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Proc­ter & Gam­ble

P&G is a lea­ding glo­bal con­su­mer goods com­pany
whose win­ning brands are built around the model
of inno­va­tion. Wha­te­ver your pas­sion is, we want
to ignite your poten­tial to become your very best

Human Resour­ces Asso­ciate Mana­ger (f/m) in Ger­many

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Work­ing field:

This is a fan­ta­s­tic chance to join Proc­ter and Gam­ble for a career in Human Resour­ces (HR). As a HR pro­fes­sio­nal you will play a stra­te­gic role in the suc­cess of our glo­bal brands and - most import­antly - of our talen­ted people.

Our HR Pro­fes­sio­nals are busi­ness inte­gra­ted part­ners that are the cham­pi­ons of our 95,000+ employees and enable people and orga­niza­t­i­ons in the 70+ coun­tries where we ope­rate to per­form at their peak. HR are at the heart of sup­porting some of the world’s grea­test pro­fes­sio­nal talent.

To start this jour­ney we would like you to join our DACH HR Team, the lar­gest HR orga­ni­sa­tion of P&G Europe.

As HR Asso­ciate Mana­ger you will part­ner with our Busi­ness Units and busi­ness lea­ders to deli­ver HR stra­te­gies and pro­ducts that drive growth - ensu­ring our work makes valuable cont­ri­bu­ti­ons to the com­pany, our employees and our share­hol­ders. You will also work on deve­lo­ping people and lea­dership capa­bi­lity, buil­ding an adap­tive and high-per­for­ming orga­niza­t­ion and fos­te­ring a pro­duc­tive envi­ron­ment to deli­ver increa­sed busi­ness results and com­pe­ti­tive advan­tage for the com­pany.


  • You are a top talent with a mas­ter or bache­lor degree in busi­ness, eco­no­mics or manage­ment
  • You have for­mer internship expe­ri­en­ces in HR or other busi­ness areas.
  • You are pas­sio­nate about HR chal­len­ges.
  • You love being in a multi­cul­tu­ral, col­la­bo­ra­tive and diverse envi­ron­ment.
  • You have fan­ta­s­tic inter­per­so­nal skills to per­suade, influ­ence and adapt com­mu­ni­ca­tion style to dif­fe­rent situa­ti­ons and indi­vi­du­als.
  • You love sol­ving and ana­ly­zing pro­blems to build crea­tive solu­ti­ons.
  • You know how to lead, to set prio­ri­ties and deli­ver what you com­mit to.
  • You have the ability to learn on the job in a fast-paced envi­ron­ment.
  • You are working auto­no­mously and demons­tra­ting an out­stan­ding capa­city to be agile and fle­xi­ble in your daily work.
  • You have very good Eng­lish and Ger­man lan­guage skills.

What we of­fer:

  • Mea­ningful and excit­ing pro­jects from Day One in a truly inter­na­tio­nal and multi-func­tio­nal envi­ron­ment.
  • Rele­vant trai­ning-on-the-job and a large port­fo­lio of signi­fi­cant per­so­nal deve­lop­ment oppor­tu­nities and career per­spec­tives.
  • Com­pe­ti­tive salary and attrac­tive social bene­fits (e.g. com­pany pen­sion plan, Christ­mas and vaca­tion bonus, stock purcha­sing pro­grams, fle­xi­ble working times, com­pany shop, fit­ness centre, health pro­grams)

How to ap­ply:

Attach your CV in Eng­lish (include examp­les of the chal­len­ging expe­ri­en­ces you have had both wit­hin and out­s­ide aca­de­mia). Please note that we need all the below lis­ted docu­ments to con­sider your app­li­ca­tion com­plete:

  • CV as a sepa­rate docu­ment

  • Cover let­ter for the spe­ci­fic role you are app­ly­ing.

  • Copy of A-level (Bac­ca­lau­reate) gra­des as well as a Copy of Bache­lor and Mas­ter (if app­lica­ble) diploma and tran­script

  • Copy of rele­vant work, internship and vol­un­tee­ring cer­ti­fi­ca­tes or refe­rence let­ters