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Procter & Gamble Regulatory Affairs 12-Month Co-op - Starts September 3, 2019 in Ontario, Canada

Become the leaders of tomorrow at one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers.

Did you know P&G products are enjoyed nearly 5 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. P&G employees are recognized externally as some of the world’s premier leaders and for over 180 years of leading innovation for new brands, technology and work systems (e.g., brand management, consumer research).

Join a world class team at P&G Canada, which has been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures, Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, and Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.

Experience the strategic role of REGULATORY AFFAIRS at a global leading CPG company.**

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.

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We are looking for a self-motivated student with a technical science background, preferably inChemistry, 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.

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*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 calibre people at P&G. *

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This co-op position is a unique opportunity to *obtain insights into the world of Regulatory Affairs through a fast-moving consumer goods company and benefit from:*

Meaningful Work from Day 1 –From your first day at P&G, you will be given meaningful work that allows you to make a real business impact on consumers, in stores, and on brands.

World-class Learning and Leadership Development– You will work with passionate people and receive both formal training and mentoring from your manager. Our co-op positions offer an unparalleled learning experience.

Dynamic and respectful work environment– Working alongside some of the brightest minds, you will collaborate on impactful work within a supportive environment – one where company values are always embraced and expressed, and diversity is a business imperative.

Candidates must be available as of September 3, 2019 for a 12-month co-op term. The location is our Toronto office. To apply, please visit and search job QA 00000062._To be reviewed, your resume must be copied & pasted to your online application; we will not review any attachments, including cover letters, transcripts, or PDF resumes._ * * If your skills match our requirements, you will be asked to complete two online assessments._Please complete your job application and assessment by 11:59pm on Sunday, May 12, 2019._Please note that in order to qualify for this internship position, students must be returning to school for a minimum of one semester (i.e. graduating no earlier than January 2021).__ * * If you require a medical or disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please provide your contact information. P&G Talent Supply staff will contact you within 2 weeks.* *

Job: Quality Assurance

Title: Regulatory Affairs 12-Month Co-op - Starts September 3, 2019

Location: CAN-Ontario-Toronto

Requisition ID: QA 00000062

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