Sr Designer (Contractor) (Current Employee) – Sweeny, TX – January 14, 2019
I like working here although I don't always get to do the work that I prefer but its a good job (they treat employees fairly) and pays well. Plus you get to learn day to day Refinery operation for a major gasoline and chemical producer. I am employed as a contractor not a full time Phillips 66 employee.
COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 10, 2019
Phillips 66 is a company with core values based on improving lives and providing energy. I am very proud to have been an employee of such a professional and successful corporation with a long standing history in the oil and has industry.
Gas Station Clerk (Former Employee) – Deerfield, MO – January 8, 2019
It was an okay job but making minimum wage is not enough to live on and it was in a shady spot when I worked there, sort of in the middle of nowhere. There was a robbery in the store a week before I got hired.
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Montana – January 6, 2019
Overall a good place to work. Each location functions separately from the other so cultures are easily different from each other. Employees are encouraged to collaborate with one another for problem solving.
Pay, time off
Relocation necessary to move up beyond a certain level.
Fast paced work environment that places high expectations on its employees. Company overall looks out for its employees and compensates well. Would recommend as a good place to work for someone with a high work ethic. Hours can be long and sometimes weekends are required.
This place sucked I worked alone and basicly ran the operation while the owner pocketed the cash
manager (Former Employee) – Bartonville, IL – January 2, 2019
This place sucked I worked alone and basicly ran the operation while the owner pocketed the cash, I finally had enough and quit, The owner then hired three people to replace me. He should have paid me what I was wort h instead soon his business was shut down.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – December 27, 2018
They paid less but had a very conservative culture that made it hard to make moves laterally across organizations or promoted very fast. Very slow working graveyard shift. restocked shelves during the morning, sometimes changed shifts around with people to help them out. Worked by myself most of the time
The job started out great but it lacked structure and a strong manager. Once I was promoted everything fell on my shoulders with no pay increase or additional authority. I was covering a min of 3 no call no show shifts a week and nothing was ever done about it. During a crisis or important events that required the manager the manager never answered their phone so the owner had to be called which resulted in me being written up multiple times because the manager themselves got in trouble. I think if it would have had a better manager that led to having better staff it would have been a great job that i really did love til enough was enough.
constant no call no shows, no leadership, no pay raises, No promised breaks
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) – Old Ocean, TX – December 15, 2018
I have been here 7 years. Started as a painter. Went through the each year learning the craft getting a pay raise each year to the day. The best job i ever had, most of the time you could always pick up extra hours over time and have plenty of money for the family. They decided they were going to do away with my craft and use strictly contractors. My only option was to go salary as a scaffold coordinator. Struggling to pay bills for my family of 5 i am in the market for a new job. The mandatory salary move took away my ability to get extra overtime for the holidays, mishaps with the house, or any other emergencies that may arise. I have seen 4 Plant Managers since i started in 2011, and at least 3 maintenance managers, all with new bright ideas including getting rid of the craft that i spent 7 years learning and perfecting.
Phillips is an amazing place to work, I moved to Texas for my job, but wanting to make it back to Colorado to be closer to family. If the pay was more in Denver area I would try to get transferred but it is not enough to meet my requirements.
Pricing Systems Coordinator (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 28, 2018
Can work up to 16 hours per day. Work with external and internal business partners with supply and pricing. Work billing issues with customers. Organized quarterly group meetings with team members to encourage collaboration.
Cashier (Former Employee) – 733 South Vandeventer – November 26, 2018
Phillips 66 is a fun, clean and friendly place to work, especially if you enjoy helping people. A typical work day would include using scanners, and cash register, handling large amounts of cash, inventory, stocking shelves and coolers, and keeping the store clean.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 16, 2018
Pros - Competitive pay and benefits - Good work/life balance and respect for that at all layers - Supportive environment - Very competent team - A focus on hiring a diverse and talented team Cons - Company feels larger than it is - A few too many layers
Cashier (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS 66213 – November 15, 2018
Owners, Manager Heather and Co workers were not good to with or for. You should clean when necessary, not every hour if there is nothing to clean. The place of business needs a good thorough cleaning once a month, regularly maintenance checks on the machinery that stores drink and food.
Senior Advisor, Stock Based Compensation (Former Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – November 12, 2018
Phillips 66 in Bartlesville Oklahoma is the finest company you could work for. The people are professional and humble. The town is a small town you want to raise your kids in. You spend your day solving problems, not dealing with personalities.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Union City, TN – November 12, 2018
It was nice quiet place to work easy job and received fourty hours a week really understanding manager worked houra with you if you were sick. Had a good Christmas.party enjoyed the customers and environment