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careers production shippingWe can make your future come together. At Bell Laboratories, we set the standards for innovation and quality products in the rodent control industry. If you're interested in becoming a part of our team, we have excellent opportunities in all phases of the business. 

Bell Laboratories, Inc. offers a comprehensive benefits package with programs that are designed to fit the employee's individual needs.

Benefits at Bell:

  • Health Insurance
  • Voluntary Dental Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Company-Paid Term Life Insurance
  • Company-Paid Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Voluntary Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Profit Sharing
  • 401(k) Plan with Company Match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Uniforms (if applicable for position)

Different benefit plan packages are offered to employees in different employment classifications such as full-time or part-time positions. Our Human Resources staff can clarify this for you during the employment interview.


Download an employment application or pick one up at our office. Return application/resume to:

Bell Laboratories, Inc.
3699 Kinsman Blvd.
Madison, WI  53704
Phone: 608-241-0202
Email Human Resources


Current Available Openings: 

Analytical Chemist

Perform analytical method development, validation and quantitation of small molecules using UPLC / MS. Develop high-throughput methods for the extraction of small molecules from solid matrices. Perform quantitative, elemental analyses using FAA. Assist in developing qualitative methods for routine UPLC / MS usage by chemistry team. Maintain laboratory equipment and confidently troubleshoot analytical instrumentation. Review and evaluate data, write reports and robust protocols for smooth operation of laboratory facilities. Keep and maintain a meticulous laboratory notebook with transparent scientific reasoning. Assist in the creation of well-written, accurate, and timely reports to company management. Solves complex analytical problems as well as recommend/implement continuous laboratory improvements. Recognize errors, identify root causes, and recommend process improvements.

Chemical Operator

Show demonstrated success working on multikilogram scale organic chemical synthesis in 100 to 900-gallon pilot scale reactors. Perform chemical reactions and produce manufacturing concentrates in strict conformance with established manufacturing procedures. Provide accurate records of reactions, observations and analytical samples to chemical laboratory personnel. Perform set-up, minor repairs and preventative maintenance to equipment used in producing chemical products. Control inventory of raw materials and finished product. Maintain accurate records of material usage, order raw materials in compliance with monthly work plans and perform regular inventory counts to confirm stock levels. Awareness and conformity to applicable safety regulations including the proper handling of chemicals and safety equipment. Collect and discard chemical wastes in accordance with applicable governmental requirements.

First Shift

Sunday – Thursday or Tuesday – Saturday
7am-3pm

(Shift including both Sat & Sun preferred)

Material Handler II

Responsible for receiving of products, pulling products for production lines, and organizing of any off-site warehouses. Unload incoming freight. Verify shipment is ours; check packing slip with purchase order. Ensure quantity and items orders ordered matches purchase order and pack list. Receive items into stock by doing a physical and visual check looking for damaged products and to verify quantity received. Prepare skid tags with skid count, part number, date received and receiver’s initials. Pull from inventory raw materials and packaging needed for production area ensuring no machine downtime. Remove finished goods from production area and prepare for shipment to finished goods warehouse. Coordinate movement of materials from receiving warehouse to local staging area/production lines. Perform monthly inventories (last workday of month).

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
3pm-11pm

Packer

Excellent attention to detail, manual dexterity, and ability to maintain speed in picking of parts is required. Basic Math skills are required. Flexibility, initiative and teamwork are required. Must be able to follow directions exactly, and be flexible in daily duties. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and standing for 8 hours is required. Some manufacturing experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with routine work, have high standards of correctness and accuracy, and work best in an environment that offers positive direction and structure.

Second Shift
3pm–11pm

Third Shift
11pm–7am

Auto Assembly Operator

Perform Auto Assembly Machine set-up and troubleshooting as required, and operate the production line in an efficient and productive manner. Anticipate packaging and product needs in advance to prevent downtime. Know daily production standards for the auto assembly machine and work to meet or exceed these standards on a daily basis. Ensure quality products are being produced by monitoring the production process from start to finish.  Perform quality checks as required. Assist the production supervisor by acting as a team leader, coordinate the work of the Packer on the operator’s assigned line, and assist with training on the line.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
3pm–11pm

 

Groundskeeper

Assist maintenance, production and shipping departments with general tasks such as changing light bulbs, cleaning and all other duties as assigned by supervisor.

  • Utilize Groundskeeper checklist to perform outdoor grounds maintenance on a regular scheduled basis to include:
  • Keep outside trash emptied from receptacles
  • Pick up all trash from parking lot and grounds.
  • Bait and replace bait stations when needed.
  • Mow, weed eat, blow leaves, fix fences, paint, water, pull weeds, plant flowers and any other assigned duties.
  • Snow removal
  • Maintain grounds keeping equipment.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
3pm-11pm