at DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
At DuPont, we’re committed to creating sustainable solutions for the most complex challenges facing our world today.
From protective equipment, to delivering clean water and enabling smarter, faster electronics, we use our passion and proven expertise in science and innovation to make many of the things you use every day possible. In all these areas and many more, we’re working with partners to transform their ideas into real world answers that help humanity thrive.
Our core values inform every decision we make, every step we take, as we drive toward our purpose to empower the world with the essential innovations to thrive. Our premier position as a technology-driven innovation leader is due directly to our commitment to the development of our greatest resource-our people.
Join our team of fearless optimists. Let’s invent a better now, together.
The DuPont Field Engineering & Supply Chain Development Program provides young professionals and recent graduates with the opportunity to become catalysts for change—transforming industries and improving everyday life. With an accelerated approach to career development, the program combines immersive assignments with formal education, networking, mentoring and leadership exposure through on-the-job rotational experiences.
Participants are encouraged to forge their own path by rotating through a series of two-to-three-year assignments across different businesses, locations, and functions including Operations & Engineering, Global Procurement, and Science & Innovation. Successful engineering and supply chain candidates will complete a minimum of two assignments but may complete up to five. Complete geographic flexibility is required to enable a greater pool of possibilities and diversity of cross-functional experiences.
Since the program began in 1903, thousands of alumni have advanced through the company ranks to become senior leaders, executives, and even CEOs— and we want you to be next! We’re looking for people who are ready to take on the most complex problems to improve the here-and-now. People who are curious, creative, and ready to challenge the status quo and bring about meaningful change.
Join us and create the legacy you want to leave!
Position Specific Information
Corporate PS&R services work collaboratively with our business partners to support global regulatory compliance and effective stewardship of all DuPont products throughout their lifecycles. From product design and development to manufacturing and distribution to customers, PS&R facilitates market access, mitigates risk to our businesses and customers, and provides competitive advantage in a complex and rapidly evolving regulatory environment.
PS&R Analyst – Global Chemical Management - Maintain compliance with chemical substance regulations at the national level by providing compliance support according to country and jurisdictions requirements for chemical substances. This includes regulatory consultancy, strategy, registrations planning and execution. Additionally, technical regulatory advocacy support in key topics of impact to our businesses such as regulatory intelligence, sensing emerging regulations and changes to existing regulations.
PS&R Analyst – Toxicology, Risk Assessment & RSS - internal consulting expertise on environmental and mammalian/human health technical questions or contracting with external consultants to meet consulting needs. Provides contracting, oversight, and data interpretation for all environmental and mammalian/human health safety assessment testing. Prepares science-based risk assessments and participates in external scientific advocacy. Provides support for regulatory dossier preparation, chemical hazard classification, data archival, and toxicology contract administration.
PS&R Analyst – Regulatory & Data Systems - Support the process design and data model within the SAP EH&S (Environmental, Health, & Safety) module. We support regulatory compliance functionality and processes with expertise in the following areas: Substance Volume Tracking/Monitoring (SVT/SVM), Dangerous Goods (DG), Regulatory Checking, Regulatory Content Updates, Safety Data Sheet and Label Template Design, Safety Data Sheet Distribution, Safety Data Sheet Repository (3E Protect), and SAP EH&S Security (SAP GRC).
PS&R Analyst – Hazard Communications - Work in SAP EHS to provide data maintenance needed for creation of SDS and labels, classification of products for their health, environmental and physicochemical hazards in accordance with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), and ???generation of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and labels in compliance with chemical regulatory and local language requirements in all regions.
We are seeking candidates that have a passion for exploring cross-functional assignments within Product Stewardship and Regulatory, Global Procurement, and Integrated Operations. Successful candidates have demonstrated leadership capabilities, are creative problem solvers, have an intellectual curiosity, and thrive in ambiguity.
Other preferred skills include six sigma green belt certification (or willingness to become certified in the first 24 months), SAP EHS, digital data fluency, experience building sustainable customer relationships, business acumen, program management, and process improvement.
Program and Position Requirements
The DuPont Field Engineering & Supply Chain Development Program seeks top talent. To be considered for enrollment, candidates must meet the following requirements:
+ Pursuing or hold a Bachelor’s, Master’s, Supply Chain/Operations Management, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Toxicology), Engineering or a related field.
+ GPA of 3.0 or higher (out of 4.0 scale)
+ Minimum of 6 months of paid co-op or internship experience in Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Logistics, Engineering, Operations Management, or related fields
+ Maximum of 3 years of industry work experience
+ 100% geographic flexibility to allow for best career development fit
+ A four-year company commitment to complete a minimum of two assignments (usually 24-36 months per assignment)
+ Willingness to be on-call for plant area support when required
+ Legal right to work in the United States without restriction
+ No visa sponsorships
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