Each year Procter & Gamble hires student engineers into Research & Development (R&D) to work on challenging projects. These projects are intended to give you a chance to make a meaningful contribution to the business while supporting your academic training. R&D Engineers are responsible for inventing, reapplying, developing and delivering break through product, process, raw material, and packaging technologies that provide delightful and winning brand experiences to consumers around the world. R&D Engineers work on cutting edge technologies with multi disciplinary and highly professional teams across the Company. In R&D Engineering, you may have the opportunity to work in any of the following technical fields: Product Development Engineers provide leadership and expertise to translate consumer needs into effective product designs and consumer driven innovation strategies. Engineers in this field utilize quantitative and qualitative modeling tools to define consumer needs and technical requirements necessary to win in the market. Process Development Engineers lead the design, development and delivery of cutting edge manufacturing systems, processes and equipment to support P&G's innovation strategy. Engineers in this field will have responsibility for high end computer modeling, empirical modeling, process/equipment design and start up of breakthrough manufacturing technology concepts in both experimental and commercial scale. Material Development Engineers develop 'new to the world' raw material technologies to achieve unmet consumer needs and P&G manufacturing requirements at target cost and quality on a global, strategic basis. Modeling builds the technical understanding needed to specify material requirements and drive competitive advantage. Packaging Development Engineers lead innovative packaging development that provides superior functional performance and delightful package shelf appearance while supporting environmentally sustainable and/or responsible packages. Engineers in this field work with 3D digital modeling, material science experts and industrial designers to design and deliver unique and superior packages. As an R&D Engineering co-op student, you will be responsible for a key project the minute you walk in the door and experience the role of a full-time P&G R&D Engineer first hand. P&G generally seeks to hire individuals that are in good standing at their university and/or field of study, this typically means people with overall GPA of 2.75 (on 4.0 scale) or above.Each year Procter & Gamble hires student engineers into Research & Development (R&D) to work on challenging projects. These projects are intended to give you a chance to make a meaningful contribution to the business while supporting your academic training. Qualifications Successfully candidates will be willing to travel while on the job. Candidate must be working toward the completion of a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Engineering. Degrees focused in Chemical, Mechanical, Materials, or Biomedical Engineering are preferred. At P&G Intern/Co-op sessions are considered temporary employment, with a predicted ending point. No full-time employment commitments are made; however, depending upon satisfactory completion of certain criteria, candidates may be considered for full-time positions upon graduation. Procter & Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for this position. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas that in Procter & Gamble's sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds.
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