Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Positions: Packaging Interns will typically work as part of a team under the direction of a Packaging Manager. Packaging Interns assist in meeting cost, quality, productivity, customer service and safety objectives with regard to packaging materials and designs. Packaging Interns also assist packaging personnel in project activities and in the development of systems/procedures to enhance the overall performance of the department. Responsibilities include package/material development, project assignments and cost optimization, with guidance from and interaction with senior packaging personnel and customers. Requirements & responsibilities for Packaging interns include, but are not limited to: • Development and re-engineering of primary and secondary package structures • Utilization of packaging related software (TOPS, CAPE, etc) to complete packaging development work • Knowledge of packaging materials and their relation to absorption & reflectance • Ability to interpret and write packaging & material specifications • Read, execute & write laboratory Standard Test Procedures and record associated data • Possess mechanical skills for laboratory test equipment construction • Accept guidance & direction from senior Packaging Engineers • Job may require occasional travel to K-C operating locations Packaging Internships are approximately six month assignments. Qualifications: Students who have completed 2 years toward a BS/BA in Packaging, Materials Science, Engineering or a related discipline are eligible to apply. All students are required to have a 3.0/4.0 overall Grade Point Average to apply. Students should bring an unofficial copy of their transcripts to the interview. Previous Co-op/Intern experience is a plus. Work Term Definitions: Summer_Fall: July 2014 to December 2014 Spring_Summer: January 2015 to June 2015

Majors: BS Packaging