P&G Product Supply (Supply Chain) would go beyond sourcing, moving materials, and reducing costs. For a consumer goods company, the supply chain is central to delivering the business, and the intern will be at the heart of some of the most challenging (and fulfilling) business and supply chain problems.
Want to plan for a regional business with one manufacturing site? Deliver supply chain-led innovation that generates business upside? Lead a project to deliver a capacity upgrade with the lowest possible downtime?
From increasing customer expectations and new technologies to emerging competitors, channels, and growing uncertainty in the world, the entire supply chain system is transforming at an unprecedented pace and the intern would certainly be in the thick of things. P&G believes in giving interns the same real-life business problems to work on as full-time colleagues.
To give a preview, these are some of the projects and results that the ex-interns have worked on:
P&G was founded in Ohio over 180 years ago as a simple soap and candle company. Today, we’re the world’s largest consumer goods company and home to trusted brands that make life a little bit easier in small but meaningful ways. We’ve spanned three centuries thanks to three simple ideas: leadership, innovation, and citizenship.
The insight, innovation, and passion of talented teams has helped us grow into a global company that is governed responsibly, ethically, transparent, and that supports good causes and protects the environment. This is a place where you can be proud to work and do something that matters.