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 digital systems and tools to improve data acquisition and visualization for a thriving chemical’s business that supplies Procter & Gamble (P&G), 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 surfactants for P&G’s Lima, Ohio plant and glycerin to P&G and external customers across the globe. From the first day on the job, you'll work with cutting-edge technologies, collaborate with our Manufacturing Engineering and R&D groups.
We're looking for an energized and passionate technical master in:
Your work here would include:
Delivering solutions, using P&G supported technologies, that:
Automate existing work processes to improve reliability
Deliver data visualization for quicker decisions
Eliminate touches from our operating team
Reapplying existing P&G applications and software solutions where possible. Pilot new P&G applications and software solutions that have been developed centrally. Develop new applications and software solutions for global reapplication to our global process operations. Document standard and develop/deliver training for our leadership and operating team. Deliver cybersecurity solutions to protect our intellectual data and ensure our going operation. Support network and application management
What we offer you :
Responsibilities as of Day 1 – you will feel the ownership of your project from the beginning, and you will be given specific projects and responsibilities.
Continuous coaching & mentoring– We'll help you work with passionate people and also rec.eive both formal training and mentoring from your manager
Dynamic and respectful work environment – employees are at the core; we value every individual and encourage initiatives promoting agility and work/life balance.
We are looking for:
Candidates seeking a BS/MS degree in Software Engineering & Computer Engineering.
Other BS/MS majors that may be considered are Cybersecurity and Computer Science.
Skills and/or experience in SQL databases, Microsoft Flow, PowerBI, DataBrick, Cloud development/management, Cybersecurity.
Are 2-4 years away from Graduation .
Just so you know:
All positions are entry level management co-ops.
Procter & Gamble generally seeks to hire individuals that are in good standing at their university and/or field of study, this typically means people with an overall G.P.A. of 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale.
You must be willing to wear required safety personal protective equipment (eye protection, ear protection, safety shoes).
Starting Pay / Salary Range: $29 – $50 / hr
Compensation for roles at P&G varies depending on a wide array of non-discriminatory factors including but not limited to the specific office location, role, degree/credentials, relevant skill set, and level of relevant experience. At P&G compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. Total rewards at P&G include salary + bonus (if applicable) + benefits. Your recruiter may be able to share more about our total rewards offerings and the specific salary range for the relevant location(s) during the hiring process.
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