Mechanical Engineers in P&G Urlati
What do you call it when 3 billion people use your products in a single day? We call it just a normal day!
We see big potential in life’s little moments. Brushing teeth. Washing hair. Showering. Shaving. Caring for the baby. Cleaning the house. Doing the dishes, and the laundry. We make the products that help make these moments a little easier.
Procter & Gamble is a global company. We are the largest company in the world in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry. We manufacture over 60 brands (such as Gillette, Pampers, Ariel, Pantene, Old Spice, Blend-a-Med, Bonux, Head&Shoulders, Always, Fairy) to nearly 5 billion customers, competing in 160 marketplaces. More than 130 000 employees in more than 80 countries worldwide work every day to provide products of superior quality and value to the world's consumers.
Working towards a BS or MS in Mechanical degrees are preferred.
Other BS/MS Aeronautical, Industrial, Robotics or Chemical Engineering degrees may be considered.
Engineering modeling and simulation skills are desirable.
Strong skills in leadership and communication.
Good command of English is essential
Willingness to travel and potential relocate internationally is a plus.
Would you like to use your engineering experience and join a globally recognized company? If you are passionate about inventing & developing equipment and manufacturing systems we have a place for you.
You should have the right technical curiosity and understanding to develop new approaches to big problems. Your work will require creativity, innovation, teamwork, and leadership.
What does the work look like?
Our Product Supply group is responsible for the manufacture and delivery of all our products. It's the bread and butter of what makes P&G such a great company to work for. From the first day on the job, you'll work with cutting-edge technologies and collaborate with our R&D and Manufacturing groups.
Our roles for Mechanical Engineers are quite varied and offer plenty of opportunities to learn new things. They include:
Liquid filling line design and installation
Discrete component handling
High speed packing lines
Automated pallet forming and handling
Material flows and manufacturing layouts
What kinds of projects will you support?
Our engineers design a wide range of manufacturing systems. These range for liquid processing systems where you will work with batch systems, pumps and drives to filling and converting operations where you will work with servo motors, high speed unit processing and unit load forming. Your projects will include design and installation of new equipment, selection of equipment to best fit the business need, and will take the work all the way through startup. In your very first year you can see your designs producing consumer goods for the market.
What We Offer:
- 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