IDEX Jobs & Careers in Cedar Falls, IA

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30+ days ago

Web Developer

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

* * __Develop, test, and maintain responsive Drupal websites for the many brands we support. * Development of web based tools. Such as: selectors…

30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

* * __Responsible for processing new or revised manufactured parts within prescribed time frames to include: * The specification of equipment…

26 days ago

Web Intern

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

* Maintain, improve and test responsive Drupal websites for the many brands we support. * Assist, in various capacities, with the development/design…

30+ days ago

Business Line Leader - Viking Pump Heavy Duty Solutions

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

This position will successfully guide and stimulate the segments, profitability and growth in concert with the objectives set forth by the President…

30+ days ago

Inside Sales Specialist

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

• Handle direct customer contact by phone and written including customer order contracts, general questions, etc. • Formulate quotations for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Machine Shop Production

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

• Follow the documented safety guidelines and procedures. • Adhere to quality expectations. • Operate CNC equipment to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

EPC Sales Manager

IDEX Cedar Falls, IA

• Business relationships: develop and sustain long term EPC relationships. Establish these relationships while engaging at all levels including… Glassdoor

IDEX Reviews

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IDEX Chairman and CEO Andrew K. Silvernail
Andrew K. Silvernail
9 Ratings

    Burnout Central

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    Former Employee - Human Resources  in  Wheeling, IL
    Former Employee - Human Resources in Wheeling, IL

    I worked at IDEX


    Superior benefits and acceptable pay structure.


    Unfair decision making processes of upper management. Too much focus on the quarterly shareholder numbers and not enough on what you are doing to the business. Too little interest in investing in people or ideas - too much emphasis on the immediate versus long-term strategy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get out and let someone who cares about the business manage instead of someone who is only engaged with their own careers.

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