P&G Product Supply focuses on synchronizing our E2E supply chain. It comprises six disciplines that cover the entire supply chain under an end-to-end synchronized approach: P&G Engineering, P&G Manufacturing, P&G Purchasing, P&G Quality Assurance, Innovation Diamond Management, and P&G Supply Chain & Logistics. Together, they make sure our 300 branded products are made to our very high standards and get them into our customers’ and consumers’ hands exactly when they want them. It’s a big job to build and transport our products around the world. We achieve this great feat by deploying the best technology across our global sites, which keeps us at the cutting edge of what’s possible in our industry—so your work with us has the potential to have a global impact.
Whatever role you take on with us, you’ll work alongside industry experts to help us make and move our products, contributing to the growth, success, and future of P&G all over the world. All from Day 1. P&G Product Supply provides all opportunities for a rewarding and inspiring career.
Product Supply at P&G
Discover how many different roles come together to make our products and get them to consumers, and hear what our teams have to say about their work, impact, and responsibilities.
P&G Product Supply Disciplines
Quality Assurance (QA)
The primary role of our QA professionals is to assure P&G’s Quality Promise of “Quality our Consumers, Customers, Regulators, and Employees Trust—Everywhere, Every time”. This is fully embraced across the entire supply chain by ensuring that our products meet high-quality safety and regulatory standards—this is how we deliver products with superior performance.
Supply Chain & Logistics
This discipline is responsible for planning the demand and supply for the market and working to create the physical design of our supply networks across the world. Here, our teams integrate end-to-end strategies to achieve synchronized supply chains that deliver superior consumer product availability.
Initiative Diamond Management (IDM)
IDM professionals work across commercial, market, and technical functions, balancing mastery, rigor, and agility to deliver end-to-end innovation. This is an area that provides P&G with the opportunity to be an innovation management leader and drive outstanding business growth.
You can find more about these career areas on their dedicated pages. Continue reading for details on working in P&G Engineering and P&G Manufacturing.
Opportunities in Engineering & Manufacturing
P&G offers opportunities within the areas of manufacturing and engineering for all levels of experience—from students still exploring their career options to experienced looking to take on a new challenge.
P&G has a variety of opportunities for students early in their undergraduate career, including student programs and internships, which vary from market to market, and can be virtual or in-person.
P&G student programs give you a chance to get an overview of what a P&G career is all about, hear from current employees about their experiences, and help you decide if an internship or entry level role is in your future.
If you’re interested in gaining hands-on experience within product supply, one of our internships could be right for you. Here, you’ll join our world of innovation, where you’ll apply your technical curiosity and problem-solving skills to real business-critical assignments.
There are a range of early career opportunities available for applicants interested in either engineering or manufacturing. Here, you’ll work with state-of-the-art and custom technologies, tools, and machinery to help us create our leading products safely, efficiently, and to our high standards.
We truly value the energy, skills, and new perspectives that experienced professionals bring into the business. We’re always interested in recruiting engineering and manufacturing experts who can hit the ground running, introduce us to new ways of working, and make us stronger from Day 1. If you’re looking to bring your skills to a global leader, you could join us as an Electrical Leader, Senior Process Engineer, or maybe a Health, Safety & Environmental Manager—check out our open opportunities to see where your wealth of knowledge could fit in.
Our expertise in this makes us a leader in product supply. We achieve this great feat by constantly deploying the best technology on a global scale, which means what you do has the potential to impact our approach to manufacturing at every site all over the world. From Day 1, your work will help us revolutionize the supply chain—and keep us at the cutting edge of what’s possible in our industry.
Engineering is a global, diverse technical community that drives innovation by making the visionary link between what is needed and what is possible. Here, you’ll use your deep technical knowledge and leading-edge tools to improve the capability of systems to reduce costs and increase productivity.
Responsibilities within engineering include:
- Leading the startup of production factories
- Building custom machinery
- Maintaining sophisticated equipment
- Sourcing new technology to meet specific technological requirements
- Packaging prototyping
The Technical Masters Of Engineering
Learn more about our skilled engineering team, our inclusive culture, and the innovative work they’re a part of from Day 1.
Making awarded-winning, innovative products takes more than conventional tools and technology. Typical production lines are an important part of our work here, but our world also includes state-of-the-art robotics, automation, zero-touch systems, and even “zero waste to landfill” capabilities.
Responsibilities within manufacturing include:
- Manning production lines
- Making innovative products and product parts, such as our world-leading razor blades
- Using tools like robots and sensors
- Cross-functional working to meet supply and demand
- Operating within highly technical and innovative manufacturing processes
Delivering Manufacturing of the Future
Through innovative, integrated, and flexible solutions, our employees are able work at the cutting edge of their roles to delivering greater results—which leads to greater job satisfaction.
A Force For Good and a Force for Growth
Hear from some of our manufacturing employees on what it means to work in one of the most diverse, advanced, and high-tech industries in the United States, with one of the world’s leading companies.
P&G Manufacturing is all about safety, quality, and productivity. It’s where our products are packaged and palleted, ready to be shipped. But this is far beyond traditional warehousing. This is the future of manufacturing—with roles to match.
Looking for other roles in product supply? Take a look at purchasing, quality assurance, and supply chain & logistics opportunities with us.
"I MADE TECHNICAL IMPOVEMENTS TO INNOVATE MACHINERY" Florian, Process Engineer
I work on two lines for our highest-selling, most technically advanced Braun shavers. The technology I work with is fascinating and includes ultrasonic welding machines, 3D imaging, and robots that are able to accurately complete delicate, high-precision movements on the assembly line.Read Florian’s Story >
"I ELIMINATED A LOSS WORTH €60M IN MATERIALS" Theresa, Process Engineer
My role is to continually optimize my machine, which includes several different technologies: a robotic arm, a welding station, and different vision systems. The overall aim of my role is to reduce losses through technical improvements, and, in my first month, I was part of a €60,000 loss elimination project.Read Theresa’s Story >
"I OWN THE ETCHING DEPARTMENT IN THE WHOLE COMPANY" Joshua, Etching Dept. Operations Manager
My current assignment is to manage the start-up of a brand new etching department, which uses chemistry at a molecular level to create blades by applying a chemical formula to sheet metal at extremely high pressure. Braun is experiencing strong growth at the moment, so this project has to be a success to meet demand and volume increases.Read Joshua’s Story >
manufacturing plants worldwide
customer orders throughout solutions daily
P&G Product Supply is where raw materials are made into finished products, are packaged, are checked for quality, and are finally shipped to customers all over the world.
P&G Product Supply is made up of six areas: P&G Engineering, P&G Manufacturing, P&G Purchasing, P&G Quality Assurance, P&G Supply Chain & Logistics, and Innovation Diamond Management. Each area is made up of a number of roles. Within engineering, roles cover process, packaging, robotics, and more. Manufacturing positions involve production packaging, quality, process, and physical distribution, among other areas of focus. You can search our jobs for a comprehensive list of current manufacturing jobs and engineering jobs at P&G.
Engineering is the only area where roles may require a specific major. For example, electrical engineering would require a certain degree of knowledge to help you get started in your position. That said, we will also provide you with all the training you need for your position, so we are more interested in your passion and aptitude for learning than your academic background. Manufacturing roles do not require any specific qualifications, but always check the eligibility criteria when applying for a student program, internship, or job.
P&G Product Supply teams work at the forefront of modern manufacturing. When you think of a P&G factory, you might imagine production lines, traditional warehousing, and forklift trucks. This is true, but you should also picture a world of automation, robots, sensors, lasers, advanced technology, innovative tools, and custom-built machinery. It’s also an environment of teamwork, creative problem-solving, and continuous learning and development.
Which products, brands, and categories you will work on depends on which plant you work at. This is because not all markets have the same products. For example, we sell Tide in the United States but not in the UK, so none of our UK manufacturing sites produce Tide products. Also, some of our plants are dedicated to a particular category, such as paper products (toilet tissue, kitchen roll, and diapers), and some are purpose-built to produce a single product, like our most advanced Braun razor.
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