P&G was founded over 175 years ago as a soap and candle company. Today, we’re the world’s largest consumer goods company and home to iconic, trusted brands, including Always®, Charmin®, Duracell®, Fairy®, Febreze®, Gillette®, Head & Shoulders®, Oral B®, Pantene®, Pampers®, Tide®, and Vicks®. The design, development, growth and success of these products—and many more—is thanks to the innovative and insightful minds of our people. From Day One, you’ll help make everyday life easier for our 5 billion customers through billion dollar brands. And as our customers are found around the globe, so too are our opportunities: wherever you are in the world, there will be a place for you with P&G nearby. We offer opportunities in approximately 70 countries and continually aim to attract, reward and advance the finest people in the world. As a “build from within” organization, we see 95% of our people start at an entry level and progress through the organization. Here, we want you to get your career off to a fast start. That’s why we don’t have any rotational development programs or gradual ramping-up periods: you’ll be able—and encouraged—to dive right in from day one.
The Procter & Gamble Company Hamilton
One Procter & Gamble Plaza., Cincinnati, OH 45201
At P&G, environmental sustainability is embedded in how we do business. We have a responsibility to make the world better — through the products we create and the positive impact our brands and Company can have in communities worldwide. We’ve established ambitious goals to minimize our environmental footprint, to innovate with the best and safest ingredients from both science and nature, and to create products that make responsible consumption irresistible for people everywhere. 2019 marks the one-year anniversary of the announcement of our Ambition 2030 sustainability goals. These goals leverage our scale to enable and inspire positive impact on the environment and the five billion people our brands touch each day around the world. With these goals, we are focused on where we can make biggest positive difference — our brands, our supply chain, society and our employees. People know us through our brands, and we will use the power of our innovation and our brands to delight consumers and drive positive impact. In our supply chain, we will reduce our footprint and strive for circular solutions. We can impact society by creating powerful partnerships that enable people, the planet and our business to thrive. This includes finding solutions so that none of our packaging finds its way to the ocean. And finally, we will tap into our greatest resource, our employees, so that they are engaged and equipped to build sustainability into their daily work and communities. Our goal is to have 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2030. In April 2019, we elevated that commitment to reduce global use of virgin petroleum plastic in our packaging by 50% by 2030. This is an ambitious goal we will achieve via light weighting, increasing our use of recycled plastic, driving conversion to more concentrated product forms, and when it makes sense, using alternative materials. We estimate this will avoid the use of more than 300,000 tons of virgin plastic.