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Take a second and think of your favorite toy growing up. Was it a Barbie? Matchbox Car? American Girl Doll? View-Master? Magic 8 Ball? Rock’em Sock’em Robots? Hot Wheels? Polly Pocket? Even if it wasn’t one of those, there’s a good chance that it was made by Mattel. I’m sure that you’ve heard of the El Segundo, CA headquartered toy company before, but I bet you never realized just how many toys they actually make. Not only do they have some of the biggest toy names in the world, but they’re also behind all of Fisher-Price’s toys. If you always wanted to be like Tom Hanks in Big and work for a toy company, Mattel is your chance to live every child’s dream.

All Work and No Play Makes You a Dull Job Seeker

Usually, the problem with companies that seem really cool (especially in the fashion industry from what I hear) is that they know they’re hot stuff. That means that they treat their employees like commodities because they know that there’s always someone who wants to work for their brand. This isn’t the case with Mattel according to the FORTUNE list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. Despite the fact that they did go through some layoffs last year, Mattel appears to be hiring now for quite a few positions. There is a Campus Recruiting section on the Mattel Careers site; however, it doesn’t say anything about entry level jobs.

To get the scoop on what kind of opportunities Mattel has, you’re going to have to dive into their Applicant Tracking System instead. Their are 54 jobs posted right now, and a few look suitable for new grads. They include Mechanical Engineer(New York, NY), Associate Art Director – American Girl (Middleton, WI), Key Account Coordinator – Fisher-Price (East Aurora, NY), Key Account Representative (Brondby, Denmark), and Child Testing Researcher (El Segundo, CA). Mattel’s locations El Segundo, CA; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; East Aurora, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Middleton, WI; Minneapolis, MN; and New York, NY, so keep that in mind if you don’t see something posted that fits what you’re looking for. You can apply for all of the jobs directly from Mattel’s Applicant Tracking System (which isn’t all that bad compared to others that I’ve dealt with).

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2 responses to “Mattel”

  1. Roxy says:

    Once again, having worked on Fortune’s list myself, I can vouch for Mattel. Stand-up company, treat employees well, even in this economy, even during controversies can communicate with employees effectively. And who wouldn’t want to make toys??

  2. calandra says:

    I’m not sure if I agree-at least not in one area of the company [Wisconsin] and in one area of employment (creative/advertising/marketing)-That place in middleton is like a revolving door when it comes to their graphics dept. everyone from art directors, to creative directors to graphic designers roll in and out of there like an assembly line- The average “stay” time is 6 months- being in that field-I have monitored Mattel’s help wanted ads for over 15 years in this catagory-WOW! i have never seen such a turnover-they ALWAYS (without fail) have at least one and more often, several positions open for graphic designers/art directors etc, primarily for American Girl-I have known several people that have worked there (its an area of small communities so everyone know someone) and they hated it! Whoever is in charge of this dept. is a slave driver-takes credits for the creatives idea and doesnt give it where due- they get paid lousy wages and driven to non-stop overtime (without pay of course) there is little flexability at all…of course-it could boil down to a lousy boss or whatever-but you’d think Mattel would notice that their turnover was worse than a cheap bordello….If you see their ad (and most creatives in this area have) RUN!

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