At Ecolab, we rely on the world’s best talent to help us continue to innovate and grow. Our Human Resources (HR) teams work diligently to identify, recruit and develop the most capable talent to reach our goals.

The HR Leadership Development Program (HR LDP) serves as a direct pipeline to develop individuals who have the long-term potential to serve as functional and business leaders at Ecolab.

Through participation in a combination of rotational roles, development workshops, customer-facing activities and mentoring circles, HR LDP members gain broad exposure to our industries, corporate culture and customers, while also developing management and leadership skills.  In addition, the program is highly visible to senior leaders and HR teams across the global organization.

 As a participant in the HR LDP program, you can expect to:


Through the HR LDP, you will have the opportunity to impact our core HR programs, driving performance, developing talent and improving organizational capability.


Over the course of three 12- to 18-month assignments, you will interact directly with internal customers, while partnering with colleagues in the business or function you support in the geographic region you are placed.


HR LDP participants are encouraged to use the experiences gained through the program to drive their own careers and future opportunities at Ecolab.

To launch your career with Ecolab, contact your university career services office or search open jobs.

To learn more about the breadth of opportunities in this and other areas, view our Campus Programs .


In addition to our dynamic full-time positions, Ecolab also provides robust 10-week HR internships, where participants have a unique opportunity to own a strategic project within an Ecolab operating division or corporate HR group.

While specific roles and projects vary, our HR interns will support human capital analysis to assess the performance, goals and strategies of our businesses and corporate HR groups.

Success Traits: Proven leadership skills; strong analytical thinking and problem-solving abilities; ability to translate analysis into insights and action plans; and superior written and verbal communications skills.

We hire interns and full-time associates at the Master’s level with at least four years HR experience.