Procter & Gamble

About Procter & Gamble


Nearly five billion times a day, P&G brands touch the lives of people around the world. Whether they’re shaving with a Gillette Fusion ProGlide or Venus Razor; washing their hair with Pantene or Head & Shoulders; or cleaning the dishes with Fairy Liquid; people all over the world use P&G products every day.

As one of the world’s largest consumer goods company, P&G has one of the strongest portfolios of trusted, globally recognised leading brands of any company in the world. The P&G community includes operations in approximately 70 countries worldwide and our employees represent over 140 nationalities.

P&G recruits the finest people in the world, because they develop talent almost exclusively from within. This means graduates won’t just get their first job out of university; they are being hired into a career, with the expectation that they will grow into one of P&G’s future leaders… maybe even the next CEO. New starters with P&G can expect a job with responsibility from day one and a career with a variety of challenging roles that develop and broaden their skills, together with the support of training and coaching to help them succeed.

P&G hires graduates into permanent roles, following a successful internship, placement or career academy with the company. P&G look beyond just good academic records from their applicants. They are looking for graduates who are smart, and savvy, leaders who stand out from the crowd, who are able to get things done. They want to hear about achievements at work, in clubs, societies, voluntary and community activities and to see how graduates have stretched and challenged themselves and others.

New starters with P&G can expect a job with responsibility from day one and a career with a variety of challenging roles that develop and broaden their skills, together with the support of training and coaching to help them succeed. P&G offers careers in Commercial areas, such as Brand Management, Sales, Finance & Accounting, HR, IT and Technical areas such as Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Network Operations and Research & Development.

The commercial functions welcome applicants from any degree discipline. Product Supply (Manufacturing, Engineering, and Supply Network Operations) requires a technical degree. R&D requires an engineering or science degree.


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