Fellowes Jobs & Careers in Itasca, IL

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1 day ago

Administrative Assistant – new

Fellowes Itasca, IL

• Maintain and track purchases and expense reimbursements related to all devices acquired on behalf of Mobile Accessories including the management of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Advanced Electrical Engineer

Fellowes Itasca, IL

• Provide EE engineering documentation and expertise for NPD and CPD during the project hand-off phase to factory. • Mine current and… Glassdoor

10 hrs ago

Category Management Analyst – new

Fellowes Itasca, IL

• Mine existing research and consumer data on a regular basis to communicate insights synthesized from multiple sources and different data sets in… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Executive Administrator

Fellowes Itasca, IL

Administrative Support: Organize, prioritize, and proactively deal with, administrative tasks on behalf of job holder's managers. This may include… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Account Manager

Fellowes Itasca, IL

opportunities at customer call centers. • Drive revenue through distributors and… Glassdoor

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Jamie Fellowes
15 Ratings

    Rewarding, meaningful work in a challenging industry

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    Former Employee - Quality Director in Itasca, IL
    Former Employee - Quality Director in Itasca, IL

    I worked at Fellowes full-time (more than 10 years)


    There are unique opportunities to learn and contribute beyond a persons level in the business. As a family owned business they are not slaves to quarterly "wall street" results and instead can set longer term strategies that payoff over time. Highly ethical workplace. Very rewarding and exciting to work across many cultures, countries and markets. You can make a difference here. New CEO has purpose and vision of future that "feels" right.


    The 24-7 global demands can be tiring. If you are not self directing it can be difficult.

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    I would suggest that there are some decisions in the business that can be left to a lower level. Perhaps manufacturing should be more geographically diverse. Low cost solutions in some cases should be examined with skepticism.

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