Perform assembly operations of water treatment products, composed of small to medium size parts that require adjusting, fitting, and aligning to close tolerance.  


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.

1. Conducts on-the floor and bench type assembly to meet production goals and qualify specifications. Includes: pre-assembly, sub-assembly, final assembly, testing, and packing.
2. Uses hand tools and other fixtures for drilling, threading, scraping, ultrasonic welder, fusion bonder, testing, etc.
3. Perform quality assurance testing during assembly procedures.
4. Plans and organizes assembly procedures.
5. Tracks inventory on raw materials and finished goods. Alerts supervisor about low inventories.
6. Maintains assembly operations to close to tolerances and standards.
7. Packs components and assemblies per customer orders.
8. Maintains a safe and clean work area.
9. Performs other duties assigned.



1. Must be a self starter.
2. Good mechanical aptitude preferred.
3. Must be able to operate a forklift efficiently and safely. Licensed.
4. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and maneuver 65 pounds for short distances with proper handling equipment. Lift up to 25 pounds on a regular basis. May lift overhead.
5. Good eye-hand coordination and finger dexterity.
6. Must be able to meet established work standards.
7. Extended standing and sitting positions.
8. Various deviations to wrist and forearm during assembly procedures.
9. Must wear and maintain proper personal protective equipment.
10. May be exposed to chemicals.



Operates blow molding machines, robotics and other fixtures in a safe and efficient manner to meet quality assurance requirements and production standards.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.

1. Removes parts from machines and operates secondary equipment for trimming and finishing purposes, eg;robots, routers, saws, drills, etc.
2. Starts up and shuts down machine, conducts routine inspection of machines, eg; oil, water leaks, heats, etc.
3. Mixes plastic and identifies all raw materials used.
4. Changes color per supervisor’s instruction including purging.
5. Cleans out grinders and checks for safe mechanical operation, also cleans out hopper loaders, filters, etc.
6. Conducts basic quality control checks to assure parts meet or surpass Q.C. requirements.
7. Performs trouble shooting to address machine problems.
8. Maintains a safe and clean work station.
9. Adjusts machines and secondary equipment eg; timers, pre-blow, corrects swinging parison, know cycle time and target time.
10. Assists in set up as assigned.
11. Makes boxes, loads cartons, proper labeling, loads skids.
12. Utilizes SPC system accurately for production records.
13. Works with set up when time permits.
14. Performs other duties as assigned.

1. Ability to lift at least 50 pounds infrequently, at least 20 pounds consistently and maneuver at least 70 pounds.
2. Ability to stand an extended period of time.
3. Mechanical aptitude helpful.
4. Good eye-hand coordination and quickness. Ability to operate a variety of hand tools and fixtures safely and efficiently (saws, routers, drills, etc.)
5. Variety of repetitive tasks include bending, twisting, stooping, turning wrist, grasping parts. Able to climb ladders and work at various heights.
6. Must be able to withstand heat & noise levels.
7. Must wear/use and maintain assigned personal protective equipment (hearing protectors, safety glasses, etc.) and work tools.
8. Maintain and properly use issued equipment.
9. Able to perform basic math skills.

Clack Corporation is hiring student workers for the summer. These are 40 hour a week positions paying competitive wages. We are looking to fill Assembly and Machine Operator positions on all three shifts. Starting wages range from $12.50 – $13.75 per hour. Shift differential of .50¢-.80¢ available for off shifts. Great way to earn money for college! Some positions available for 16 and 17 year olds. Call Human Resources at 608-846-3010, complete an application either in person or on line at www.clackcorp.com or send a resume to hr@clackcorp.com


Clack Employment Application PDF Form

EEO Self-Identification PDF Form


Note: These are PDF forms. We recommend that you save them to your computer’s hard drive, fill out the forms, save and email to “hrATclackcorp.com“.


Clack Corporation is a family owned company that operates at four locations; two in Wisconsin, a manufacturing facility in Rogers, Arkansas and a distribution center in Santa Fe Springs, California. We have approximately 290 employees. Some operations run 24 hours a day, seven days a week so we have a variety of shifts to choose from.


If you are interested in employment contact us at 608-846-3010. Resumes can be sent to hr@clackcorp.com or applications completed during our normal office hours of 7:30 am – 4:15 pm.


We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Employees working an average of 30 hours or more are eligible for prorated portion of our benefits package.


The information below does not summarize or include all terms and conditions of the benefits plan.


Health Care
  • Medical – Your medical choices could include either a Preferred Provider Network (PPO) or a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), where available. Both employee and the company share the cost for health insurance. Your premium portion is made on a pre-tax basis through payroll deduction.


  • Dental – The dental plan includes coverage for preventative care, basic services, major/restorative care and orthodontia. Both you and the company share the cost for dental insurance. Your premium portion is made on a pre-tax basis through payroll deduction. This benefit also includes a vision discount plan.


  • Flexible Spending Plan – Flexible-spending accounts are available for dependent care, non-reimbursed medical/dental expenses, and your individual medical insurance premiums. You contribute to the plan and then receive reimbursement for eligible expenses on a tax-favored basis.
Income Protection
  • Short Term Disability – If you are disabled due to a non-work related injury/illness you may be eligible for disability benefits. The company pays this premium.


  • Term Life Insurance – The term life insurance benefit is equivalent to 1.5 times your base wage up to a maximum of $150,000. Clack Corporation pays this premium.


  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment – This benefit is equivalent to 1.5 times your base wage. The company also pays this premium.
Paid Time Off

Holidays-You are eligible for up to ten paid holidays. These days are:


  • New Years Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve Day
  • Christmas Day
  • Two floating holidays voted on by the employee population


Paid vacation days are earned based on continuous service and the amount of hours you work each year. Vacation is administered on a calendar year basis.

Financial Security

Retirement Plan – Our retirement plan consists of Profit Sharing, 401(k) and a Roth 401(k). After six months of employment you become eligible for the 401(k)/Roth 401(k) plan. You can defer up to 50% of your compensation to the maximum IRS limit. Eligibility for Profit Sharing is met after working twelve months of continuous service and 1000 hours. Entry dates after meeting the eligibility requirements for both plans are Jan 1, April 1, July 1 and Oct 1. You make your investment choices from the listed funds for the monies in this plan and have access 24 hrs a day, 365 days. The Profit Sharing Plan is a discretionary plan.

Additional Benefits
  • Monthly Bonus – Employees can earn up to 10% of their monthly income as a bonus. This is dependent upon meeting our company goals and your individual performance ratings each month. This is a discretionary bonus plan.


  • Tuition Reimbursement – We encourage continuous learning and gaining of new skills. Reimbursements of up to 100%, dependent on the nature of the study, could include the cost of tuition, books, software and related materials for successful completion of approved course/program with a “C” grade or better.


  • Jury Duty – If you are called upon for your civic duty we may pay the difference of your regular wages against what you receive on jury pay, up to a maximum of 60 days in a calendar year.


  • Funeral Leave – Should you lose a loved one in death, you may receive up to three days of paid benefits depending on the extent of arranging for and attending the funeral.


  • Smoke free campus


  • Free Parking


  • Business Casual Dress


  • Wellness Program


  • Employer Assistance Program (EAP) – Provides confidential help to you and your family members in resolving personal or work life issues.