Great place to work; future of this location is somewhat uncertain
Help Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – June 16, 2017
The training mainly consisted of working on active tickets for customers at company-owned convenience stores. Senior co-workers were always busy, but available to help and point me in the right direction. The documentation consists of a basic training guide plus numerous wiki articles . I learned how to resolve daily closing issues, and how three different point-of-sale systems (Commander, Passport, and Radiant) installed at various locations interface with the financial software. End-users generally appreciated the help provided by our team.
Lead Analyst, Treasury (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 12, 2017
This company is always acquiring and divesting. You will experience multiple changes on a regular basis. Only applicants who are comfortable with continuous change should apply for a position at this company.
Working with energy transfer was fun and stressfull all at the same time, for me there was no advancement and little to no help regarding housing or travel even though they knowingly hired me working and living 4 hours apart and made promises to compensate me for my travel and living.
Free meal on business trips
non paid commute to and from work every week, no per diam, no housing provided to 5 and 2 employees
Accountant (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 14, 2017
Amazing Fortune 500 Oil and Gas Company. I've been here since January 2016. The company has a lot of great people and management is really awesome. Will recommend to anybody looking for a foot in the door.
Great benefits and great pay. No respect for Senior experience people or Advancement will be in your future. If your over 40 you don't get interviewed for new postings. A lot of harsh statements about aged employees.
LEAD ANALYST (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 30, 2016
This place is one of a kind. My manager works with my kids school since they start at two different times. The CEO lets us out early the weekends of holidays if work load permits. They buy us lunch at month end close which is great because it helps us to meet our work deadlines. Pay is more than I have ever made before which is awesome that they pay at least at market value. I have moved up from a staff to a lead so advancement is possible.
I was given the opportunity to start the company's personnel and payroll department after being sold and separated from the parent company.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 2, 2015
Great working experience Excellent culture The best part of the job was traveling to all of the remote pipeline offices in Texas and Oklahoma and spending time training, giving presentations, learning about each employee's job and work experiences.
Travel, culture, management, growth and development of my skills
Environmental Compliance Intern (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – July 8, 2015
One of the best places I have ever worked! Awesome staff and awesome co workers. Company actually takes into account the concerns of the employees. Bosses don't feel bosses but more like team leaders management and even upper level management are always promoting their availability. Have learned a lot about teamwork here and how a healthy workplace environment should work.
Treasury Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 16, 2013
A typical day includes transferring money via wire, ach, and checks. This is a midpoint in the accounting process between accounts payable and accounts receivable. I learned different accounting programs and what auditors are looking for. I also learned more about the oil and natural gas industry. Management and co-workers were easy going and readily available. There is a lot of knowledge sharing. There was no hard part to the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the people I worked with.