Brand Program Manager

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

About Us:

Huggies®. Kleenex®. Cottonelle®. Scott®. Kotex®. Poise®. Depend®. Kimberly-Clark Professional®. You already know our legendary brands—and so does the rest of the world. In fact, millions of people use Kimberly-Clark products every day. We know these amazing Kimberly-Clark products wouldn’t exist without talented professionals, like you.

At Kimberly-Clark, you’ll be part of the best team committed to driving innovation, growth, and impact. We’re founded on more than 150 years of market leadership, and we’re always looking for new and better ways to perform – so there’s your open door of opportunity. It’s all here for you at Kimberly-Clark.

Led by Purpose. Driven by You.

About You:

You perform at the highest level possible, and you appreciate a performance culture fueled by authentic caring. You want to be part of a company actively dedicated to sustainability, inclusion, wellbeing, and career development.

You love what you do, especially when the work you do makes a difference. At Kimberly-Clark, we’re constantly exploring new ideas on how, when, and where we can best achieve results. When you join our team, you’ll have the opportunity to experience flexible work that empower you to have purposeful time in the office and partner with your leader to make flexibility work for both you and the business.

Position Details

Brand Program Manager
Northeast Wisconsin
Neenah, WI

You’re not the person who will settle for just any role. Neither are we. Because we’re out to create Better Care for a Better World, and that takes a certain kind of person and teams who care about making a difference. Here, you’ll bring your professional expertise, talent, and drive to building and managing our portfolio of iconic, ground-breaking brands. In your engineering role, you’ll help us deliver better care for billions of people around the world. It starts with YOU.

This position is accountable for the strategic oversight and successful commercialization of the project portfolio for the Feminine Care business unit. It will also provide supply chain, operations, and capital management expertise for projects. The position requires the ability to lead, influence, and coordinate across functions and disciplines.


  • Act as the liaison between the Project Management Office and assigned business unit 
  • Provide strategic oversight for assigned business unit’s portfolio of projects. Project types include: capacity, innovation, cost savings, safety/sustainability, quality, and/or replacement. 
  • Provide project management services for the successful commercialization of assigned projects, ensuring projects are safely executed on time and in budget to meet or exceed established success criteria and quality expectations. Specific project management services include but are not limited to timeline creation and management, risk management, business case development, and stakeholder management. 
  • Coach and mentor other project managers that are responsible for projects on their assigned business unit. 
  • Provide supply chain expertise and support for assigned projects, leading supply chain assessments at key project milestones and acting as the liaison between plant and staff for projects. 
  • Lead project capital funding authorization for assigned projects, including development of business case 
  • Ensure accurate capital forecasting for assigned business unit’s staff-led projects through the Strategic Business Plan horizon 
  • Conduct leadership project reviews and status updates. Remove barriers for project teams through effective decision analysis and influencing upward. 
  • Lead PMO continuous improvement efforts by participating in team engagement sessions and helping to create training, standards and processes to advance the team’s purpose

Required (essential for the job):

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • 7-10 years of experience in increasingly broader technical, operational, or supply chain roles with a demonstrated track record of achievement and growth in leadership

Preferred (not essential, but desired):

  • Previous experience working for a global, highly matrixed, Consumer Packaged Goods company 
  • Manufacturing and/or supply chain experience
  • Experience coordinating a cross functional team to achieve a goal 
  • Prior experience that required influencing leaders outside of administrative authority 
  • Basic P&L understanding and business case development 
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Ability to travel up to 15%

Here are a few of the benefits you’d enjoy. For a complete overview, see

  • Great support for good health with medical, dental, and vision coverage options. No waiting periods or pre-existing condition restrictions. Access to an on-site fitness center, occupational health nurse, and allowances for high-quality safety equipment. 
  • Flexible Savings and spending accounts to maximize health care options and stretch dollars when caring for yourself or dependents. 
  • Diverse income protection insurance options to protect yourself and your family in case of illness, injury, or other unexpected events. 
  • Additional programs and support to continue your education, adopt a child, relocate, or even find temporary childcare.

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