Location: Urbana IA

Do you take pride in your work, enjoy working with your hands, and continuously drive for what is next? Join our award-winning company and culture as a Manufacturing Associate and play a valuable role in our success! 

Available positions include: 

  • Full-time, 1st Shift 
  • Full-time, 2nd Shift 
  • Part-time, 1st Shift 
  • Part-time, 2nd Shift 

What you will be doing: 

  • Drive our culture forward through alignment with Clickstop’s Core Values and Code.  
  • Working under deadlines to meet production schedules.  
  • Work to create and maintain a safe, high performing work environment.  
  • Collaborate with team members to establish and maintain productive and efficient methods that allow the company to be profitable and sustainable.  
  • Support our growth and expand your knowledge by cross-training between our Manufacturing and Warehouse teams.  
  • Maintain high quality standards in both the way you work and the work the team is doing. 
  • Working individually to support and achieve team goals. 
  • Working hard, while celebrating individual and team wins. 

 How to succeed in this role: 

  • Drive our culture forward by holding yourself and others accountable to achieving great results through our values 
  • Challenges Clickstop to become better than we are today.  
  • Eagerness to rapidly learn our product line.  
  • Be dedicated team player; hardworking, trustworthy, and responsible.  
  • See the bigger picture and seek daily improvement.  
  • Commit to excellence in everything you do with a great attitude, always.  
  • Communicate with excellent verbal and written skills. 
  • A knowledge of basic computer skills are a must. The more computer savvy you are, the better.  
  • Work hard while having fun in the process. Stay balanced so you’re at your best every day. 

What Clickstop provides: 

  • The opportunity to pursue your best self (as an employee, parent, partner, citizen, etc.) We believe coming to work should not be transactional, but instead should be a purpose-driven experience.  
  • An entrepreneurial environment where opportunities are endless for those who seek them. 
  • Recognition for personal, team, and company accomplishments, because Clickstop’s success is a reflection of your engagement and excellence.  
  • Professional and personal development opportunities. 
    • Benefits for full-time employees, include: 
      • Health Insurance ($0 Premium Option) 
      • Dental & Vision Insurance 
      • 401K Match 
      • PTO, Paid Holidays, and Volunteer Time Off 
      • Life and Disability Insurance 
      • ESOP – After one full year of service and minimum hour requirement is met 


Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check. 

Clickstop is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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