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Research & Development Family Care Process Research Lab (PRL) Associate Researcher
P&G is the largest consumer packaged goods company in the world. We have operations in over 75 countries, with 65 trusted brands that improve lives for 5 billion consumers worldwide. This brings many advantages, including the opportunity for our employees to enjoy a diverse and rewarding lifelong career filled with new and exciting challenges.
Are you looking for a position that offers a rewarding lifelong career filled with new and exciting challenges? P&G is looking for a Family Care Research and Development Pilot Lab Associate Researcher. You will be responsible for:
Research & Development Family Care Process Research Lab (PRL) Associate Researcher.
Entry level for individuals with demonstrated mechanical aptitude who are inspired by hands-on equipment/process maintenance and operation, experimentation, and basic science, i.e., Procedural work. Onboards to P&G systems and performs the basic and critical experimental work of day-to-day applied research. Work is predominantly execution/procedural oriented in a lab or process research lab (PRL).
A successful Pilot Research Lab Associate Researcher will safely and independently set up, operate, and maintain processes and equipment in an R&D environment where the primary product is new technical understanding and prototype products. Individuals will conduct hands-on experiments, develop expertise in processes, work to understand relationships between key input and output variables, and independently run and improve equipment to understand operational limits and develop more robust products and processes. This position requires development of both fundamental understanding and pragmatic application of the knowledge. Safe and effective operation in a hardworking, collaborative environment is a base requirement, and curiosity and desire for continuous learning are essential. Work occurs in a fast-paced R&D environment, so every day is different.
An Associate’s Degree in an Engineering or Mechanical field or a High School diploma with relevant experience and interests.
IF YOU’RE A REALLY GOOD FIT, YOU’LL HAVE:
High degree of mechanical aptitude
Mechanical and technical curiosity & troubleshooting skills
Good math skills – especially applied geometry, trig, algebra, and unit conversion
Ability to follow detailed instructions and make critical observations
Experience and comfort with Microsoft Office Tools (Outlook, Excel, Word, & SharePoint
Ability to build diverse, respectful, and collaborative relationships
Relocation not being offered for this position
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