Procter & Gamble currently has several internship opportunities within different disciplines of our Product Supply function.
Supply Network Operations (SNO) is responsible for the P&G end to end supply chain from the point of supply network design right through to the product being on shelf in retailers. The roles are varied and involve managing all aspects of the movement of raw materials, finished product and cash between P&G sites and those of our customers and suppliers. In addition to students from Engineering degrees, we will also consider those with a Supply Chain Management degree.
We look for strong base understanding of engineering principles within your chosen field as well as problem solving and leadership skills.
A P&G internship offers you the chance to:
You will be integrated into a multifunctional team from your first day in the role and will be responsible for delivering a project designed to improve a business related issue. You will be given all the technical training needed to be successful in the role and will also be assigned a manager who will assist with coaching and advice through your internship.
If you are a student in your penultimate or final year of study, you can apply for these real business experiences in P&G. We look for top university candidates in electrical, mechanical, manufacturing, industrial, chemical, material and process engineering. In addition to technical excellence we also search for skills like communication, initiative, leadership and the ability to work effectively with others, creativity, innovation and good knowledge of the English language.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK and have a current passport.
Internship programmes run for 10-12 weeks across the summer period and will be based in one of our sites in the UK. 6 month and One Year placements are also available – please select your preference for discipline, length of internship and location in the pre-screening questions.
BSc or MSc in Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Engineering. Other Engineering disciplines may be considered. Degrees in Supply Chain Logistics also considered.