Procter & Gamble Inc.

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Regulatory Affairs Co-Op

May 20, 2018
Toronto, Ontario
Did you know P&G products are enjoyed over 4 billion times a day? With the strongest portfolio of trusted, quality, leadership brands like Pampers®, Tide®, Always®, Pantene®, Bounty®, Downy®, Febreze®, Gillette®, Crest®, Oral-B®, Olay®, Old Spice®, and Braun®, we focus on improving lives through our people & products. We aim to attract, recruit, reward, and advance the best talent across Canada, and we are recognized as one of the best companies to work for globally. In 2014, P&G was ranked #1 for the third year in a row on CEO Magazine's list of 40 Best Companies for Leaders, and P&G Canada was named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers.
As part of Procter & Gamble's Global Product Stewardship organization, the Canadian Regulatory Affairs department works with both internal resources and external scientists in industry, government and academia on a variety of scientific issues. This position requires coordination with internal resources for the evaluation of products, packages and labels against company and government requirements.
We are looking for a self-motivated student with a technical science background, preferably in Chemistry, Chemical Technology, Environmental Sciences, Life Sciences, Engineering (Biological, Environmental, Chemical or Materials) or other related disciplines. Excellent written and oral communication skills and proficiency with computers are essential. Specific duties will vary with the assignment, but are likely to involve label review, formula review and the execution of a variety of other procedures for ensuring regulatory compliance for products within a specific product category. There may also be an opportunity to become involved in additional regulatory projects, which require strong technical and analytical skills. Under the guidance of a Regulatory Affairs Supervisor, and with the appropriate training, the candidate will work independently to achieve detail-oriented, comprehensive, and reliable results. As a co-op student, you will be challenged by the fast-paced, competitive markets in which P&G operates, by an analytical approach to the business that requires thoroughness, organization and self-discipline, and by an environment where facts and logic carry authority. Above all, you will be challenged by working with top caliber people at P&G.
Candidates must be available to start August 13, 2018. The location is our Toronto office. Visit and search job #QA 00000027 to apply. Please finish your job application and two online assessments before midnight, Sunday May 20th, 2018, to be considered for this role. Internet Explorer is preferred for the online assessments-do not use Google Chrome. Note that in order to qualify for this internship position, students must be returning to school for a minimum of one semester (ie graduating no earlier than January 2020).
If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please email to provide your contact information. P&G Talent Supply staff will contact you within 1 week.