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Sustainability careers at Philip Morris International

Philip Morris International (PMI) is hiring for the sustainability sector to work in Italy.

Information about PMI

At Philip Morris International (PMI), they have chosen to do something incredible. They are transforming their business and building the future on smoke-free products. With the huge change, comes huge opportunity. So, wherever you will join, you’ll enjoy the freedom to dream up and deliver better, brighter solutions and the space to move your career forward in endlessly different directions.

Wherever you join their crucial 47,000-strong Operations team, you’ll have the opportunity to make an impact. PMI’s shift from selling cigarettes to new smoke-free products has changed the way they work. New products bring new challenges – in the way they source and buy raw materials, in the way they engineer and manufacture, and in the supply chain planning.

Bring your curiosity and a desire to challenge every day, and they'll give you lots of responsibility. You’ll help PMI to improve, inject innovation and create new ways of working.

Sustainability at PMI

PMI's purpose is to achieve a smoke-free future that must be conducted sustainably. For PMI, sustainability is an opportunity for innovation, growth, and long‑term value creation, and a means to minimize the negative externalities while maximizing operational efficiency and resource allocation. Sustainability stands at the core of PMI’s transformation and helps address some of the challenges resulting from this transition while spurring innovation and securing success over the long term.

They have set ambitious sustainability targets and have made great progress. They are ranked among the top fast-moving consumer goods companies in terms of their environmental footprint, starting from the way they source tobacco leaf to how manufacture and distribute cigarettes.


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