Producing the world’s leading products with cutting-edge tech & tools
When Procter & Gamble purchased the St. Louis plant in 1927, it became the fourth Procter & Gamble soap manufacturing facility to be located outside Cincinnati, Ohio. Procter and Gamble acquired this site from the William Waltke Soap and has now grown to a facility with over 650 P&G employees.
We're a company looking for team players who know how to take charge of business-related challenges and keep us running smoothly. Working behind the scenes in our manufacturing plants using the latest production technology and equipment, Plant Technicians are vital to the success of our business at P&G.
St. Louis Plant, 169 E. Grand Ave, St. Louis, MO 63147 | A metro bus is available for transportation to the plant.
Starting a career at P&G St. Louis will provide you with the skills and resources needed to succeed. You will learn technical skills, business leadership, decision making skills, teamwork, safety, and personal accountability. You will learn all of this while getting paid competitively from Day 1.
At St. Louis, we value and invest in our people. We have a clear pay and progression system that enables you to advance based on your newly acquired skills. You'll work with passionate people and receive both formal training as well as day-to-day mentoring from your coach and manager.
Leading Brands & Innovation
The St. Louis plant is one of the oldest continuing operating plants in P&G globally. The site makes the market-leading and growing brands of Mr. Clean, Dawn, Cascade, Swiffer and Febreze. The site is also set up for future strategic growth plans.
St. Louis is a diverse, dynamic and fast paced work environment that’s highly focused on safety and quality.
The St. Louis Plant ensures a competitive pay as well as total compensation package. With 15 paid vacation days, profit sharing/401K, and health insurance starting Day 1, as well as great on-site perks such as free-parking, on-site fitness center, and on-site Medical, St. Louis commits to taking care of their employees from top to bottom right from the beginning.
Awards & Recognitions
Ranked #1 Company for Building Marketers into CEO
Top Companies for Executive Women and Working Dads
#9 Management Top 250 Most Effective Managed Companies in America
Top 10 - Top Company for Female Executives & Multicultural Women
being a plant technician
As a technician, you will work on a team responsible for keeping production flowing, meeting performance goals, and maintaining the high level of quality that consumers expect from our products.
The learning opportunities at P&G can take you in a variety of different directions. I appreciate the fact that I can follow a career path that fits my interests and that I have access to the learning opportunities which are necessary to succeed in my chosen path.
What does it take to join our team?
You must 18 years of age or older and have a minimum of a high school diploma, GED or equivalent education. The St. Louis Procter & Gamble Plant operates both 5 - 7 days per week. Technicians work any day of the week, including weekends, which may be overtime or part of the Technician's normal schedule. The hours of work vary from 8 to 12 hours per day, and technicians are expected to be willing to rotate and to work any shift.
Brands and Products
Our winning products and leading brands are all about innovation – in many forms, from our technology and tools to our work processes to the change we inspire. No matter your role with us, you’ll be part of something impactful and important that makes a difference.
We’re located in a state-of-the-art facility, where P&G engineers and plant technicians work together to design and utilize the latest technology to allow our manufacturing plants to produce the highest quality products at optimum production rates.
Innovation of Facility & Machinery
At P&G, innovation isn’t just about making our products the best; it’s about improving lives. Thinking innovatively across every area of the business has the power to improve our world, lend a helping hand, or spark a movement.
We believe the best ideas emerge from creative connections that happen between our talented employees. We encourage our multifunctional teams to work together to come up with new ideas to address challenges we face.
Importance of Safety
Safety is our priority—nothing we do is worth anyone getting hurt. We employ a variety of robust procedures, tools, and strategies, which are tailored to specific plants and technologies. All this is to guarantee that anybody can feel safe doing their job.