How would you like to use your engineering experience and join a globally recognized company? If you are passionate about inventing, developing, reapplying, and delivering processes and packing technologies, then this role is perfect for you.
You should have the right technical curiosity and understanding to develop new approaches to big problems. Your work will require creativity, innovation, teamwork, and leadership.
What does the work look like? Our Product Supply group is responsible for the manufacture and delivery of all our products.
It's the bread and butter of what makes P&G such a great company to work for. From the first day on the job, you'll work with cutting-
edge technologies, collaborate with our R&D and Manufacturing groups. We're looking for a few different interns in the Product Supply space :
Process Engineers Your work here would include developing innovative solutions geared towards improving our product designs.
You'll be building transformation models and evaluating and designing process equipment. We're typically looking for someone from a chemical engineering background for these roles.
Converting Engineers Wedevelop innovative, web-processing, equipment solutions to improve the design of our consumer products like diapers and paper towels.
You'll be using 3D digital modeling, throughput simulation tools, and mechatronics to invent new state of the art production systems.
A good fit for this role would be someone from a mechanical or electrical engineering background. Packing Engineers This group provides solutions to innovative packaging equipment issues.
Kind of like the converting engineers, you would also use 3D modeling, as well as throughput simulation to build the capabilities and efficiencies of our systems.
Typically someone here would be an electrical or mechanical engineer. Control System Engineers Do you want to build some cool automation systems, control information networks, or vision and robotic systems?
Engineers here use mechatronics and process dynamic simulation tools to create industrial software solutions that enable efficient production.
Typically these are electrical, mechanical , or chemical engineering roles. Modeling & Simulation Engineers This type of work includes using virtual process equipment, machine equipment, and product models to analyze and optimize our work.
You'll do things like Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Kinematics and Dynamic Simulation. You would also lead multi-
disciplinary teams to evaluate and approve design prior to physical execution. Typically this role can be filled by any engineering discipline.
Cost Engineers Cost Engineers create cost estimates from feasibility to final funding estimates to enable exacting management of our capital assets.
They work in partnership with all other engineering disciplines to identify project options to maximize return on investment for new products and improvement projects.
Engineers in this field use state of the art cost modeling tools. Typically this role can be filled by any engineering discipline.