Click on the dropdown menu to see all of the existing positions at SC Johnson. Specific jobs are organized by category, such as marketing, sales, research and production. These jobs do not reflect available positions; this is simply a list of some of the exciting careers at SC Johnson.
Job Profile: Area Manager
This position involves working within a team environment to develop and execute business plans geared towards strengthening distribution, brand equity and category strategies. Employees in this position analyze current business issues and sales trends for their respective customers. Equipped with the latest in merchandizing and promotional tools, consumer information, category information and customer insights, they manage their business to maximize the profitability for customers and SC Johnson. Using fact-based selling techniques, employees in Sales are able to fine-tune their analytical savvy. Based on performance and interest, Account Management responsibilities can be added to employees' portfolios and top performers have the opportunity to apply for future openings in Key Account Management, Customer Marketing and/or Category Development. Cross-functional opportunities such as finance and marketing are also available.
Job Profile: Account Manager
The Account Manager is responsible for maximizing customer and SCJ profitability through the development and implementation of sales and marketing programs. These accounts would typically be major Canadian retailers and you will be working with the head offices of these organizations and are responsible for a single/multiple retail banners. The size and growth potential of the account(s) will be determined by the Business Unit or Account Director responsible. Duties of the Account Manager include being able to effectively manage your own "business" including seeing the direct impact of your work on sales account growth. You will manage multiple and changing priorities, handle product introductions, and manage lead times and promotional programs.
Job Profile: Brand Manager
The responsibilities of a Canadian marketer involve developing and executing business plans geared to fulfilling brand and category strategies unique to the Canadian marketplace. Employees are constantly exposed to challenging responsibilities that provide the chance to create game-changing marketing plans on household brand names that are leaders in their category.
If ready to take on the full responsibilities for a brand P&L from a spending/pricing/ volume standpoint, the Brand Manager level is a great opportunity. As a subsidiary, the Brand Manager evaluates the applicability of U.S. research to the Canadian market and recommends any stand-alone research as necessary. The role involves ensuring volume and spending targets on total business portfolio are achieved. Hiring, developing and coaching Assistant and Associate Brand Managers are also a fundamental aspect of the position.
Job Profile: Production Technician
Working in a team environment and receiving direction from a Team Leader, the Production Technician is responsible for setting up and adjusting operating equipment including high calibre and advanced electronic filling and packaging technology and equipment. They also prepare quality bulk products through the selection and accurate blending of prescribed chemical ingredients. Developing and improving procedures and acting as a line coordinator are all aspects of this demanding and stimulating job. Our production technicians have the organizational freedom, authority and responsibility to execute their duties in a team environment, assuring they follow Safety/Quality and Environmental policies.
Job Profile: Electrical Project Manager
Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Electrical Project Manager is responsible for managing major capital projects including new product introductions, Continuous Improvement initiatives and providing process support as required.
The Electrical Project Manager is responsible for setting and managing the electrical power and control systems strategies and is expected to make significant decisions independently, where the impact of an error can be major. As a Professional Engineer, this person provides strategic direction, specification review, support-data acquisition and process control networks, component selection and coordination of electrical control and power installation across the entire facility and reviews and approves all electrical designs.
Job Profile: Safety Health and Environment Systems Manager
The Safety, Health and Environment Systems (SHE) Manager is responsible for managing the Safety, Health and Environment Management System for the division, ensuring it remains in compliance with federal, provincial and local regulatory and corporate requirements. This involves keeping management informed of the new and modified regulatory requirements that may impact operations, assessing Division regulatory awareness and compliance through audits, assessments and operational reviews, developing and executing Safety, Health and Environment Programs, including existing Program recommendations and much more.
Job Profile: Intern
Marketing Interns work closely with the Brand team and are responsible for initiating, developing, recommending and executing marketing plans for an assigned group of products. What is unique about our Marketing roles is that interns work with senior levels in the organization including working very closely with the Brand Manager.
In this position, interns work within a team environment to develop and execute business plans geared towards strengthening brand equity and category strategies. They analyze current business issues and market trends for their respective customers.
Job Profile: Intern
Working closely with the Category and Trade Management Teams, Sales Interns are responsible for initiating, examining, and recommending sales and trade solutions for a category of products. Category and Trade management is a growing arena for Sales professionals, so gaining experience in this area adds a unique and "in demand" skill set for interns' resumes. You will be frequently interacting with Account Managers and major Canadian retail buyers, and developing merchandizing fundamentals (Plan-O- Grams) to improve product exposure. Each Sales Internship is unique and based on trade or category management business opportunities and every project supports our dynamic business landscape.
Job Profile: Intern
Working closely with the Sr. Financial Analyst, Finance Interns are responsible for providing analytical and reporting assistance to achieve innovative solutions within the Finance Division. They gain valuable SAP experience, which is a marketable skill to help build their resumes.
During their assignment, Finance Interns complete month-end close requirements, including journal entries, analysis and reporting monthly results and General Ledger Account reconciliations. To assist our Product Supply division, they are responsible for product costing analysis on raw materials, components, manufactured goods, purchased finish goods and new products. Special projects supporting the Sales and Marketing Divisions include; profitability analysis on product merchandising displays, base projects, customers and pre/post launch examination.
Depending on the business cycle and needs, interns complete analytical projects, identify business issues and opportunities, and provide operating divisions with financial perspective on plans and strategies.