We 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.
6551 North Towne Rd.
Windsor, WI 53598
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Bell Laboratories, Inc.
6501 North Towne Rd.
Windsor, WI 53598
Current Available Openings:
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.
Maintenance Engineering Technician
Perform process and set-up operations for injection molders and related production equipment. Repair as needed. Advise supervisor of any major issues. Perform mechanical and electrical troubleshooting of all manufacturing and related production equipment. Repair as needed. Advise supervisor of major issues. Perform all building, grounds and structural maintenance activities as required. Perform welding, plumbing, hydraulics, and electrical activities as required. Assist in the development of production aids. Offer ideas and suggestions for improving production operations. Maintain a neat, orderly and clean department and work environment. Assist with the training of new personnel. Order appropriate supplies/equipment from the most cost-effective source. Be familiar with and follow safety rules and procedures including PPE, emergency procedures and lockout/tag out procedures. Perform overtime and other duties as assigned, i.e. work orders, predictive maintenance, rebuild parts, etc.
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. Ensure quality products are being produced by monitoring the production process from start to finish. Perform quality checks. Be familiar with all safety procedures, including required PPE and emergency procedures. Maintain a neat, orderly, and clean work environment throughout the shift for the area.
- One to two years of previous manufacturing experience.
- Manual dexterity, troubleshooting skills, and the ability to maintain a steady pace. Accuracy of basic math skills, basic reading and writing skills for paperwork. Good verbal communication skills are required to communicate and work with people in a leadership role.
Responsible for unloading incoming materials, processing receipts, and putting product into storage system. Unload incoming freight. Receive items into IPO system. Create skid tags with pallet quantity, part number, date received and receiver’s initials. Properly store and record inventory into storage locations. Pull packaging/raw materials for production as requested. Load properly into trailer or company truck for transport. Verify any open orders in the purchase order system and provide the date additional inventory is expected to be delivered. Count, wrap, label packaging returns from production. Locate product in appropriate location and record on move report. Process returns. Verify correct return authorization number, items, and quantities. Maintain a move accuracy rating of 98% or greater monthly.