Manufacturing - Plant Technician - LaGrange, GAMFG00003278Job DescriptionEntry level plant technicians are hired as members of a work team. Technician work teams are responsible forkeeping production flowing, for meeting performance goals and for maintaining the high level of quality thatconsumers expect from our products.Technicians do various types of work, including running production, using a computer terminal, andperforming preventive maintenance on equipment. Technicians are expected to get involved, take charge ofsituations and confront business-related problems. Technicians will be expected to rotate shifts.In order to perform the work described above in our manufacturing atmosphere, plant technicians use basichand and power tools; lift up to 50 pounds floor to chest level; climb, stand, and move around on stairs,ladders and platforms; twist, turn and bend; and stand and walk on concrete floors for an extended period oftime. Further, technicians have and are able to display skills in manufacturing processes, including operating,maintaining and cleaning automated equipment; maintaining accurate records and data; strong technical,interpersonal and problem-solving skills; and knowledge of computers. Additionally, the safety of techniciansis of great importance to Procter & Gamble. Technicians will be required to wear appropriate safetyequipment, such as safety shoes, hearing protection, and eye protection, wherever these things are required.To learn more about this career path, click here. View our Realistic Job Preview Video by clicking here.QualificationsAll applicants must:· Be 18 years of age or older· Have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent educationProcter & Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for thisposition. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas thatin Procter & Gambles sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds.Procter & Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.
Supply Network Operations - Distribution/Warehouse Technician - Joppa, MDSNO00000683Job DescriptionProcter & Gamble is seeking highly skilled individuals to operate in both Joppa, Maryland and Riverside,Maryland Distribution Centers. Candidates will be hired as part-time Warehouse Technicians assigned to workteams which are responsible for Shipping and Receiving functions, conducting product put-away, pickingorders and other warehouse functions. Technicians are expected to work independently, be able to workquickly and accurately. These positions are limited to 1,000 hours per year and pay a competitive hourly rateof $13.84. Current positions are available in four hour slots.In order to perform the work described above, forklift, rack-jack experience and prior experience withdistribution systems is a plus. Further, technicians must have strong technical, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Technicians will be required to wear appropriate safety equipment, such as safety shoes and eyeprotection.QualificationsAll applicants must:· Be 18 years of age or older· Have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent educationProcter & Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for thisposition. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas thatin Procter & Gambles sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds. Procter & Gamble participates ine-verify as required by law.
Manufacturing - Microbiologist - Henderson, NC (Management Role)MFG00003346Job DescriptionThe site Microbiologist is responsible for the establishment, maintenance and improvement of the systemsused to ensure the microbiological integrity of microbiologically sensitive products. This individual must beable to influence the organization and acts as the site specific expert on all matters pertaining to microbiology,hygiene, and sanitary practices. The role has a considerable amount of technical accountability andinteraction with Corporate Microbiology resources.Must be able to perform a regular site microbiological assessment which covers manufacturing processes,manufacturing environment, raw material receipt and handling systems, process water systems and hygienicpractices. The site micro owner will also ensure that the corrective action plans resulting from the assessmentare tracked to completion.Identify potential contamination risks within the systems and determine the appropriate locations andfrequency of monitoring to develop a robust daily management system.Ensure that all relevant personnel are trained to perform aseptic sampling techniques. Define the requiredmicrobiological training and include in the sites overall training plan. Build awareness of microbiological risksand control across the site.Ensure that all the samples are tested according to specified methods and devise a system to ensure fulltraceability of the samples. Provide technical coaching and direction setting for outside labs.Routinely review the data produced by the daily management systems and provide technical coaching foraction by the production leaders. Establish appropriate action levels and define the required actions whenthese levels are exceeded.Become the primary site resource to review and approve new equipment and facility design related to newmicrobially susceptible products. Train the site maintenance/engineering staff in the basics of clean design.Become part of the startup team for new products involving microbiologically susceptible products. Assist inthe definition and execution of the appropriate validation protocols defined in the sites validation plan toprove the effectiveness of the cleaning and sanitization procedures. Provide technical coaching to the site leaders to help them differentiate between major and minorcontaminations and recommend appropriate actions to deal with both. Be able to define the correctiveactions to eliminate the current contamination and prevent any re-occurrence. Lead the root causeinvestigation of any microbial quality incidents. Ensure that any micro contaminant is identified as a means oflocating the source of the contamination.Consult with corporate micro resources on ways of improving the cleaning and sanitization procedures.Lead the site in the establishment and implementation of relevant good sanitary practices and proceduresrelated to the manufacturing process.Qualifications
Experienced microbiologist and/or a strong educational background in the field of microbiology, biology orMedical Laboratory Technician coupled with the demonstrated leadership capabilities.BS/MS in Microbiology or Biology with Microbiology experience is required.Successful candidates will be willing to travel on the job.Procter & Gamble is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No immigration sponsorship is available for thisposition. Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for permanent residency except in some areas thatin Procter & Gambles sole discretion require highly specialized backgrounds.=