Procter & Gamble is renowned for bringing trusted brands to our consumers in South Africa since 1995. With a large portfolio of products like Ariel, Pampers, Always, Gillette, Old Spice, Pantene and Oral B, P&G products touch the lives of more than four billion people around the world.
P&G South Africa has one office located in Sandton, Johannesburg and a Pampers Plant in Spartan Kempton Park employing just over 300 employees at both the Head Office & Plant combined.
Locally, South Africa has been awarded one of the most Attractive Employers in South Africa as well as being awarded as the Company Most Associated with Leadership Opportunities & Professional Development and Company Most Associated with Respect for Its People (Universum Awards 2017) and recognized as one of 2017’s Top Employer of Choice in the FMCG industry (SAGEA 2017)
P&G is a build from within organization that sees most hiring taking place at entry level offering students careers and not jobs. In South Africa we hire top interns & graduates to take up leadership positions where their careers set off to a fast start with professional training & development with senior manager & mentors supporting all career development needs.
An ideal candidate is one with proven leadership and analytical skills with the ability to take initiative to communicate & work effectively in a team environment.
INTERNSHIPS take place twice a year during university vacation periods (June – July & December – February). Internships are only open to students that are currently full time university students. If you have already graduated you will only be eligible for Graduate and/or Full Time Recruitment
GRADUATE RECRUITMENT – Applications for open in July every year for positions open in January the following year. Eligible students need to have graduated by December of the previous year to be considered.
So if you are looking for a company whose actions reflects its principles and values and whose people continually expect, contribute and do more, our company is an exciting employment choice.