Consumer & Market Knowledge - Analytics & Insights Internship
Are you energized by using integrative thinking to solve tough business problems, using diverse sources of knowledge
from analytics to psychology?
Are you an intellectually curious individual who is passionate about uncovering human needs and desires?
Are you able to discover the story in all the noise and identify what really matters?
If so, then a role in the Consumer & Market Knowledge (CMK) – Analytics & Insights organization is for you! In CMK, we
combine analytics and insights to directly influence business strategy, product design, pricing, media investments, retail,
go to market strategy … and much more! We use our boundless curiosity to discover what consumers want, why they
want it, and how we can influence them through immersive exploration, in-depth analysis, and good research.
We use state of the art analytics tools to dig deep in the data, identifying key business drivers and assessing the impact of
investments like advertising and in store promotions. We use big data sources and analytics to understand consumers,
markets, and retailers. We answer questions like: What should our brands stand for? Who are our target shoppers? How
do we best reach them? How can we create exciting in-store and online shopper experiences? And… What’s next?
Our CMK interns serve as internal business strategy consultants, whose role is to ensure that consumer and shopper
analytics and insights are the foundations of our business strategy and execution. Our interns work on multi-functional
business teams – with Brand Management, Finance, Sales, R&D, and others – to constantly explore new opportunities for
Your key to success will be your ability to build on and combine soft skills with analytical skills to convey research findings
and drive actions with your key business partners across levels and functions.
We believe people are endlessly fascinating and that there’s always something new to discover. One day you could be
exploring human decision-making and how the brain works, and another deep-diving into big data sets to create insights
that shape P&G business strategies.
So, here’s your opportunity! We’re looking for passionate and driven individuals to join our thriving analytics and
You are a good fit for this role if you:
Are in your Junior year of an undergraduate program or within 2 years of graduating from a Masters program (required)
Have a Data Analytics, Social Studies, or Anthropological/Psychology background.
Have strong analytical skills, using multiple data sources. A statistical qualification is not required, but comfort with data analysis is essential.
Are engaged in extra-curricular activities, with analytical skills, team orientation, a “can-do” attitude, and the ability to deliver breakthrough results.
Have creativity, innovation, initiative, follow-through, & strong communication.
Have the ability to contribute and influence across levels and functions.
Are in good academic standing.
JUST SO YOU KNOW:
At P&G, Intern/Co-Op sessions are considered temporary employment, with a predicted ending point. No full-time employment commitments are made. However, depending on satisfactory completion of certain criteria, you may be considered for a full-time position upon graduation.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status or any other legally protected factor.
Immigration sponsorship is not available for this role. As a general matter, Procter & Gamble does not sponsor candidates for nonimmigrant visas or permanent residency. However, Procter & Gamble may make exceptions on a discretionary basis. Any exceptions would be based on the Company's specific business needs at the time and place of recruitment as well as the particular qualifications of the individual.
Procter & Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.
Qualified individuals will not be disadvantaged based on being unemployed.
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