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Packaging Design

Who's Hiring Packaging Designers Today?

Gallery-Who's Hiring Packaging Designers Today?

Putting people back to work will help the US economy rebound after the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Here are 26 packaging design-related jobs that are possibly perfect for you.

Many packaging professionals found our July 2020 post of open positions for packaging engineers helpful — the slideshow has been among our top-read articles since it was published. But packaging departments also need graphic and structural designers and developers. If you possess these skills and you’re looking for an opportunity, this new slideshow is for you.

We researched open “Packaging Design” positions on various job platforms: Glassdoor, Monster, Indeed, and LinkedIn. We found opportunities throughout the country, from California to New Jersey — as well as a couple touting the ability to work remotely(!).

The companies reflect a variety of markets, from foods and pharmaceuticals to personal care products and electronics. Popular consumer packaged goods companies include Procter & Gamble, Coty, McCormick & Co., and method. Healthcare manufacturers include Smith & Nephew, Pharmavite LLC and RB.

A few firms specialize in ecommerce and supply chain. Even the folks at aerospace and defense technology company Northrop Grumman need help.

Titles range from intern to director.

No doubt, some of these positions will be filled quickly. If you’re interested in something, jump on it now, before it’s too late. Happy Hunting!


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