Production Team

Wauwatosa, WI

Provide general plant, production line, and facility clean-up. Performs other related duties as assigned. Required Skills/Abilities: Strong attention to detail. Ability to work independently or in a team environment. Ability to follow instructions and safety procedures.

Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent required. Forklift operation experience preferred.

Physical Requirements: Must be able to stand throughout shift. Must be able to safely lift up to 40 pounds regularly.

Our production worker is responsible for the efficient production of private label water or large format bottling

Responsible for start-up, operation, change over, shut down, and preventative maintenance of assigned production equipment. Equipment may include, but not limited to, production line equipment, forklifts (if certified), or other power equipment. Operates all assigned equipment safely and efficiently in accordance with the company safety policy. Perform manual tasks such as loading and supplying production line items, reworking product and loading conveyors. Focuses on safe work practices and high quality while executing work responsibilities. Maintains quality assurance measures on the product – date coding, labels, caps, fill levels, and packaging.

A little about Century Springs

Century Springs is located in Waukesha County in southeastern Wisconsin. Waukesha County’s historical spring water use dates back to the 1800’s, a time known as “The Spring Era.” During this time, people from around the country would travel miles to enjoy the spring waters of the Waukesha area.

Century Springs’ commercial use was first developed in 1952 by a local resident. Before this, area residents had used the spring for over 100 years. While various enterprises used the spring for a source during the 1960s, 70’s and 80’s, the spring has always retained its name. In 1987, Century Spring Bottling Company, Inc., acquired the spring and the surrounding 80 acres and has operated continuously since then.

Geologic data indicate that the source of the spring water comes from glacial deposits such as sand and gravel. The spring is located in the area known as the Kettle Moraine, which derives its name from large “kettles” (low areas) and “moraines” (high areas) that developed as a result of glacial movement. In this area, two tremendous glaciers (the Green Bay glacier and the Michigan glacier) moved alongside each other resulting in these very unusual land formations as well as the various springs.

Today this spring flows at approximately 300 gallons per minute, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as it has done for many years. Tens of millions of gallons of this spring water have been enjoyed in homes and offices.

The spring water is processed through a series of microfiltration systems along with state of an art UV system & Ozonation to sanitize the water. This process retains all the natural minerals that provide this spring water such a great taste.