Looking for a job? Live in the Iowa City area? Good news! A major company is looking to add jobs to the Iowa City workforce.

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According to KCRG, the Proctor & Gamble beauty operations plant in Iowa City is looking for workers. This comes as a pleasant surprise as last year the company announced that they would be moving operations to another state. Instead of doing that and having hundreds of jobs lost, they are looking to hire around 50 people.

The positions they are hiring for are mostly production-oriented, according to the report. That includes running the equipment and driving improvements in production. The plant is located at 2200 Lower Muscatine Rd in Iowa City.

What is Proctor & Gamble Looking for in a New Hire?

The KCRG report states that the biggest thing the company is looking for in a potential employee is "a passion for winning." They want people with a desire to achieve and contribute to meet challenging goals. They are also looking for someone who can work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to change.

What are the Benefits of Working for Proctor & Gamble?

There's plenty of benefits for employees too. There is on-the-job training to develop skills to help employees grow in their careers. There is plenty of opportunity for career advancement within the company.

How to Apply to Work at Proctor & Gamble in Iowa City, Iowa:

It's simple. Visit Proctor & Gamble's website here to get more information and to apply using the requisition number R000008241, Plant Technician- Beauty Care.

If this job isn't your cup of tea, but you're in need of work there are other places in the area hiring too. For example, two Iowa manufacturers are expanding and planning to hire over 100 workers. Good luck on the job hunt!

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