Product Supply: Manufacturing - Internship Process Engineer - Urlati 17-18Apply now
Product Supply Manufacturing is responsible for every aspect of product making and is recognized as an industry leader for the development of innovative production systems and technologies.
Manufacturing has far-reaching responsibilities which cover reliability, quality, safety of our equipment/ processes and the motivation of the people working in the plant.
Your internship period
(from 3 up to 6 months) in manufacturing typically starts in one of our
production sites. Your responsibilities can range from a process
engineer/project engineer to a raw material manager who stays in contact
with our suppliers in order to optimize the flow of raw material for
the production process.
You will be integrated
into a multifunctional team from your very first day on the job and work
on your very own project part.
A mentor, a manger with technical
mastery in your field of activity, will give you the best assistance,
guiding you through your period of practical training with experience
You might also attend courses and training sessions depending on your assignment.
P&G looks for top
university candidates in electrical, mechanical, industrial, chemical
and process engineering as well as chemistry, physics, natural sciences
and information technology.
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.
To summarize with one
We are looking for high potential graduates who have the strong desire to move things ahead in a fast moving consumer goods environment.
- attractive compensation and benefit package
- meaningful responsibility from day one
- challenging job in a dynamic, multinational and diverse work environment
- appropriate trainings and tools (laptop) to successfully complete your projects
- accommodation allowance for interns outside Prahova region
Ploieşti, Prahova Apply now