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In May 2012, Phillips 66 debuted as an independent downstream energy company with refining, marketing, midstream and chemicals businesses operating across the globe.
The name Phillips 66 reflects the company’s rich history and has strong brand recognition and value as it has been one of the leading fuel brand names in the United States for decades.
Phillips 66 enjoys a rich and complex history through its many predecessor companies, most notably Conoco and Phillips Petroleum Company. These two companies had long and successful businesses before merging in 2002 to form ConocoPhillips. In 2012, ConocoPhillips repositioned into two stand-alone publicly traded companies, one of which is the Phillips 66 of today.
Phillips 66’s history dates back to 1875. In its long history, Phillips 66 has had great moments that demonstrate its vision and values.
Job’s Currently Available:
Area Process Engineer – Area Process Engineers provide process technical expertise and services focused on technical support – troubleshooting, monitoring, and optimization – for operations to achieve optimum unit performance while maintaining and complying with safety and environmental standards. They are also responsible for small process engineering designs and support for project development within the area teams.
Risk Specialist, Project Services – The Risk Specialist facilitates capital projects in applying the company risk management standard and key procedures. Risk Specialists work with project teams in all phases (FEL 0 – 3 and Execution). The Risk Specialist assists project teams with developing a risk register, effective mitigation actions, risk management plans, risk quantification, and communication.
Accounting System Analyst – This position is a member of a multi-disciplined team developing a new volumetric reporting system for Phillips 66 pipelines and terminals. This role will be responsible for providing accounting expertise to the team through collaboration with other pipeline and terminal accounting subject matter experts.
Director, Downstream Technology – Provide leadership to the Technology organization in the areas of financial reporting, analyses, budgeting and ad hoc financial support to the Technology Leadership Team.
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