Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Veterans are Positioned for Success with Phillips 66

Orion International is pleased to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Careers with Phillips 66 website. Phillips 66, a Fortune 500 company with over $169.5 billion in revenue in 2012, has partnered with Orion to recruit a large number of technical positions within Phillips 66 Refinery Operations and Transportation divisions. The website is part of the Phillips 66 Military Transition Program powered by Orion and is a great example of how companies interested in hiring veterans attract top-quality military candidates.

On this new site, interested veterans can learn not only about the available positions, interview dates, and requirements, but also the culture at Phillips 66. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 13,500 employees who are committed to operating excellence and safety.

Bob Herman, SVP, Health, Safety & Environment at Phillips 66, appeals directly to veteran candidates in a video on the site and explains why Phillips 66 is seeking veterans: “At Phillips 66, safety is a core value. Safety is one of the many values shared with the military. And that is why former service men and women fit well into the culture at Phillips 66. We would be honored to have you join our team. The qualities that make you successful in the military: integrity, commitment to excellence, and responsibility, make you a great candidate for Phillips 66."

The website also provides veteran insights into the company in another video featuring Orion alumni Trevor Frank, William White, Joseph Kaiser, Wilfred Cill, Ya Zhang, & Wesley Koech. White, an Orion alumnus and Phillips 66 Instrumentation Technician at the Bayway Refinery, found his military background as a Navy Fire Control Systems Technician to be great preparation for his new career. “I was able to use my military experience and training and utilize those skills at Phillips 66, and Phillips 66 was able to bring even more opportunities and capabilities with their training program,” he says.

Check out the video below to see these veterans at the Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery share their story:

To learn more about Phillips 66, please click here. And to learn how you can create a Military Talent Program, please click here.

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