We're focused on developing extraordinary leaders across all areas. We’re committed to helping you grow as an individual and a successful professional.
At P&G we want you to get your career off to a fast start. That's why we don't have any rotational programs or gradual ramping-up periods. We hand you real responsibility from the moment you walk through the door. We believe it’s the best way to learn.
From day one, you'll help develop or support exciting brands you know & trust while working on projects that have a direct impact on our global, US$84 billion business. Just think, as a graduate you could be overseeing a brand with multimillion dollar sales, or working on a global project. There’s no limit to what you can achieve here.
Winning feels good. That’s why our Sales team makes sure everyone wins at P&G – our customers, our people, and our company. You’ll work in a diverse, fast-paced environment, getting significant business responsibility from day one – leading in-market strategies across multiple product lines while developing deep expertise in P&G brands and categories. Where do you start? In one of the world’s best sales training programs. From sophisticated data analysis to winning propositions, you’ll gain the trust of a variety of customers by delivering insights, ideas, and innovation to build our brands and categories.
Sales Graduates join as a Business Development Manager, in your first assignment you’re responsible for a territory of customer accounts. You'll spend a lot of time out on the road, partnering with our customers to understand their needs. Importantly, you'll sell, implement, and evaluate joint business plans with the customer to deliver sales and shipment. You'll also sell new initiatives, developing and rolling out creative merchandising plans.
We have Sales roles available in a number of locations across Australia. Successful applicants MUST be mobile and willing to relocate to any capital city for the first assignment (approx. 12 months) with your long-term career based out of Sydney.
Supply Network Operations (Logistics & Supply Chain)
From start to finish, you can count on our people in Supply Network Operations to get the job done – and to do it better than anyone in the industry. Beginning with overseeing shipment of our products all the way to placing our brands in the hands of shoppers, you’ll play your part as an expert integrator for supply across our many operations.
We offer a diversity of graduate roles, such as a Logistics Coordinator or Supply/Forecasting Planner. You’ll be responsible for leading planning, processes or projects that will reduce cost, improve service, and remove time from the supply chain. It’s a big job to move some of the most-loved brands around the world, but you’ll lead the efforts and innovate along the way. Think you can handle it? Join our team.
Our Product Supply roles are based in our Sydney Head Office.
Take our fun Fit Finder quiz to explore which area within P&G may be the best fit for you!
Could you be our next P&G leader?
You just might be, if you are:
- A recent graduate (within the past 2 years), or in your final year of a University degree
- A minimum credit average University results
- Australian citizen or permanent resident, including New Zealand citizens
- Strong leadership experience, i.e. leadership positions in clubs, team, societies etc.
- Well-rounded life experience i.e. involved in & contributes to the community
- A collaborative team player with a passion for winning
- An analytical mind, who can think strategically and foster innovation in all areas of their work
To be considered for our Graduate roles please submit your application with the following:
- Current Resume including work experience, education details and extra-curricular activities
- A Cover Letter outlining what you can offer & why you would be a good fit for a role with P&G
- University Transcript (including all subjects completed up-to-date)
Applications for our Graduate roles will open from in March 2017.