ENEOS has a reputation for quality. Our quality is not only included in our products and services, but also extends to our employees. ENEOS looks for employees dedicated to their career, who are searching for a stable company with growth opportunity for those willing to apply themselves and contribute to the organization’s success.

ENEOS (formerly JX Nippon Oil & Energy) has a rich history, beginning from our inception in 1888, and becoming stronger through our mergers and acquisitions. ENEOS history

As ENEOS grew and expanded, so did our product lines and enterprises. In 2017, ENEOS Nippon merged with TonenGeneral to become the largest oil company in Japan and the 6th largest lubricants supplier in the world. TonenGeneral history

Today, we have many locations in countries around the world, including our operations in the USA and Canada, as represented at this website by our entity ENEOS USA, Inc. The core value and philosophy has evolved to represent what is essential about ENEOS. Our company philosophy

Each of our employees understands the components of the Code of Conduct and strives to successfully fulfil each standard expected by the company.

Our employees’ safety is the highest priority in our workplace. ENEOS Group Safety Philosophy and Policies

ENEOS USA, Inc offers a variety of benefits to employees, including:

TRADITIONAL BENEFITS

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

WORK LIFE BALANCE

Medical

EAP

Paid time off

Dental

Safety shoes ( Plant only )

Holidays

Vision

Service Recognition - 5-year increments

Sick time

Life/Add

Free Parking

Long and Short Term Disability

401K

Current Opportunities

Compliance Analyst

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned. 

  • Researches regulations and communicates findings.  Keeps current on new and changing regulations impacting ENEOS USA.
  • Evaluates internal operational and procedural compliance and recommends changes as needed to bring ENEOS into compliance.
  • Helps maintain internal documentation, policies, and procedures to ensure ENEOS is following all regulations.  Ensures relevant documentation is organized, accurate, and available as needed.
  • Leads Safety Data Sheet (SDS) compliance to regulations including US, Canada, and other countries ENEOS ships product.
  • Manages compliance with chemical, environmental, and safety regulations related to all ENEOS business, including but not limited to TSCA, SARA Title III and II, and CA Proposition 65, Chemical Management System (CMS).  Manages updates to change in regulations and compliance for all related regulations.
  • Assists in applying for compliance certifications and regulatory approvals as needed.
  • Surveys, compiles, and analyzes data relating to occupational, environmental and health issues including but not limited to chemical exposure, fumes, noise, temperatures, dusts, vapors, mists, gases, solvents, lighting, and ergonomics which are known or suspected of being real or potential detriments to health, environment, and/or safety.
  • Performs field and safety measurements, safety evaluations, environmental evaluations and hazardous waste evaluations including inspections and reporting as required.
  • Maintains monitoring instrumentation and equipment.  Confirms validity of data, and reports data to required governmental agencies on a timely basis
  • Implements or recommends control measures for exposure to hazardous materials or conditions.
  • Provides technical guidance to management, government agencies, and civic groups regarding environment, safety and health related problems.
  • Monitors the company's environmental, safety and health standards in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and reports information timely to Upper Management.
  • Develops and implements a program and system to track and evaluate worker injuries including OSHA reporting and internal reporting.  Works with Human Resources group as needed for Worker’s Compensation claims.
  • Maintains working knowledge of new developments in the industry, environmental, safety, and government regulations.
  • Develops and facilitates training for workers on issues related to health, safety, environment, ISO, and Quality Assurance.
  • Researches and implements other programs to comply with additional government agencies: DOT; OSHA, etc.
  • Coordinates and assists with 5S and visualization projects   
  • Works for company project if required.                                

Procurement specialist

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Summary:  Manages the supply chain in collaboration with other members of the supply chain, ensuring that raw materials are purchased and available to support production planning and company forecast.   Supports the development and maintenance of the company’s ERP/MRP system and assists to maintain accurate price lists for purchased material.  Performs work safely and efficiently and according to established company procedures.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following and other duties may be assigned. 

 

Manages purchase orders to support forecast and production plan for chemical raw material (bulk and non-bulk) and raw material for packaging operations by verifying specifications and price.  Obtains approval from appropriate Budget Manager for each purchase. 

 

Verifies purchase orders by comparing items requested to master list, clarifies unclear items. Leads to resolve shipping/receiving errors.

 

Manages a master list of purchased items and accurate price.

 

 

Manages and provides documentation to Accounts Payable for timely payment. 

 

Collects, analyzes, summarizes, and shares data for purchasing activities.

 

Supports inventory accuracy of purchased materials by participating in cycle counting.

 

Communicates up and down the supply chain to work in a collaborative environment with other departments (internal and external) to support production plan.  

 

Manages status and communicates timely and accurate information to appropriate personnel for:

*ETA of incoming raw materials

*Timely investigates viable options internally/externally to secure raw materials to meet production demands.

 

 

Manages Import/Export documentation in support of the compliance. 

 

Supports the company and Production Control Management in maintenance and improvement of company operating systems including NAV, WMS, and scan gun devices. 

 

Prepares reports as requested. 

 

Assists management of contracts with material vendors as requested.

 

Travel to assist with audits of vendors and suppliers as necessary.

 

Performs all work according to safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 

 

Cross trains to support all purchasing functions and all planning functions.   

 

Recommends change to improve quality, cost, or safety.

Shipping and Receiving Associate

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

 Shipping and Receiving operations includes but is not limited to:

  • Moving material utilizing equipment such as forklifts, hand trucks, carts.
  • Fluid material transfers
  • Utilizing data input devices to report materials movements such as computer keyboard scan guns, or PLCs.
  • Utilizes ERP\MRP scheduling system documents to identify material to be moved such as a pick list, packing list, load notice, or other
  • Loads and unloads trailers, rail cars, or other.
  • Conducts inventory activities daily, monthly, quarterly, or as requested.

 Performs all work according to correct procedure.

 Verifies materials meet specifications by physically reviewing and or comparing information to a standard.

 Performs all work according to safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 Maintains open line of communication between Team Lead, Peers, and management by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments.

 Attends training and meetings as scheduled.

Recommends measures to improve area operations, safety, equipment performance, and quality of product.

 Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency, safety, or quality of department or product.

 Assists to troubleshoot and resolve work problems.

 Conducts 5S and Housekeeping in the work area.

 Participates in the non-conformance process and assists to implement corrective action activities. 

 Supports other departments as requested (grease blending, lubricants blending, packaging, and Quality).

 

Shipping and Receiving Team Lead

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

 

Oversees and leads material handling personnel. Assigns tasks and follows-up on accomplishment. Coordinates with other Team Leaders to accomplish inter-departmental tasks. 

 

Reviews the shipping and receiving and production schedules to determine work flow and to ensure materials are available efficiently and safely according to the schedules.  Ensures documentation to support shipping and receiving operations is completed accurately and timely.  

 

Leads the shipping and receiving operations.

 

Assists management to ensure all work is performed according to the correct company procedure.

 

Ensures safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 

Maintains open line of communication between employees, management and executives by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments. 

 

Efficiently uses available manpower to ensure production schedules are met.

 

Reviews and signs off on shipping and receiving documents, pick sheets, and other records to verify work is completed. 

 

 

Leads to ensure inventory activities are completed accurately and on-time including daily, monthly, quarterly and year end.

 

Enters work orders on Maintenance system as needed.

 

Enters purchase requisitions in NAVISION and gets budget manager approval for supplies or parts as needed. 

 

Updates work instructions and training records as needed.

 

Recommends measures to improve area work, safety, equipment performance, and quality of product.

 

Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency, safety, or quality of department or product.

 

Troubleshoots and resolves work problems and/or assists workers in solving work problems.

 

Initiates or suggests plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals.

 

Maintains area production records.

 

Maintains open line of communication between employees, management and executives by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments.

 

Assist to perform or help associates as needed in the production control group to achieved production schedule.

 

Trains shipping and receiving associates on all work instructions and any other processes as required or needed.  Maintains the Area Visual Training Matrix.

 

Leads 5S and Housekeeping in the shipping and receiving area.

 

Participates in the non-conformance process and leads corrective actions activities according to approved procedures

Systems and Inventory Specialist

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned. 

 

 

Maintains information in ERP/MRP WMS systems and develops efficient procedures and processes to utilize the resource.

 

Generates inventory reports and communicates information to group managers and plant management.

 

Monitors inventory levels along with Purchasing Specialist(s) and notifies management and plant management with concerns.  Assists to ensure optimal inventory for raw materials and finished goods is maintained.

 

Identifies inventory discrepancies and resolves in the system.

 

Monitors the age of inventory to detect issues with aging stock and notifies management and plant management about concerns.

 

Provides information as requested from QC or QAS management to support aging inventory, obsolete inventory or damaged inventory for timely remediation or disposal.

 

Works with group management to mitigate inventory loss and develop improvement plans.

 

Monitors transactions in BC to ensure timely and accurate information is recorded.  Including but not limited to receiving transactions, consumption, picking, staging, and shipping.

 

Prepares a monthly report on inventory discrepancies and investigates the reason for the discrepancies.  

Conducts or participates in daily production meetings, customer audits, customer visits and NOLA internal audits.

 

Supports area compliance with safety, 5S/housekeeping, and operating policies.   

 

Monthly files State of Alabama Lube Tax and Inspection Fee.

 

Works with Software Development company to monitor projects and make improvements within the ERP/MRP system.

 

Acts as liaison between NOLA and Software Developers to resolve problems within the ERP/MRP system.

 

Supports a daily cycle counting program.

 

Coordinates and oversees with Group Management quarterly and EOY Physical Inventory counts.

 

Identifies and addresses gaps in inventory processes.

 

Works for company project as required.

Who We Are

ENEOS (formerly JX Nippon Oil & Energy) has a rich history, beginning from our inception in 1888, and becoming stronger through our mergers and acquisitions. ENEOS history

As ENEOS grew and expanded, so did our product lines and enterprises. In 2017, ENEOS Nippon merged with TonenGeneral to become the largest oil company in Japan and the 6th largest lubricants supplier in the world. TonenGeneral history

Today, we have many locations in countries around the world, including our operations in the USA and Canada, as represented at this website by our entity ENEOS USA, Inc. The core value and philosophy has evolved to represent what is essential about ENEOS. Our company philosophy

Each of our employees understands the components of the Code of Conduct and strives to successfully fulfil each standard expected by the company.

Our employees’ safety is the highest priority in our workplace. ENEOS Group Safety Philosophy and Policies

Benefit Overview

ENEOS USA, Inc offers a variety of benefits to employees, including:

TRADITIONAL BENEFITS

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

WORK LIFE BALANCE

Medical

EAP

Paid time off

Dental

Safety shoes ( Plant only )

Holidays

Vision

Service Recognition - 5-year increments

Sick time

Life/Add

Free Parking

Long and Short Term Disability

401K

Career Opportunities

Current Opportunities

Compliance Analyst

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned. 

  • Researches regulations and communicates findings.  Keeps current on new and changing regulations impacting ENEOS USA.
  • Evaluates internal operational and procedural compliance and recommends changes as needed to bring ENEOS into compliance.
  • Helps maintain internal documentation, policies, and procedures to ensure ENEOS is following all regulations.  Ensures relevant documentation is organized, accurate, and available as needed.
  • Leads Safety Data Sheet (SDS) compliance to regulations including US, Canada, and other countries ENEOS ships product.
  • Manages compliance with chemical, environmental, and safety regulations related to all ENEOS business, including but not limited to TSCA, SARA Title III and II, and CA Proposition 65, Chemical Management System (CMS).  Manages updates to change in regulations and compliance for all related regulations.
  • Assists in applying for compliance certifications and regulatory approvals as needed.
  • Surveys, compiles, and analyzes data relating to occupational, environmental and health issues including but not limited to chemical exposure, fumes, noise, temperatures, dusts, vapors, mists, gases, solvents, lighting, and ergonomics which are known or suspected of being real or potential detriments to health, environment, and/or safety.
  • Performs field and safety measurements, safety evaluations, environmental evaluations and hazardous waste evaluations including inspections and reporting as required.
  • Maintains monitoring instrumentation and equipment.  Confirms validity of data, and reports data to required governmental agencies on a timely basis
  • Implements or recommends control measures for exposure to hazardous materials or conditions.
  • Provides technical guidance to management, government agencies, and civic groups regarding environment, safety and health related problems.
  • Monitors the company's environmental, safety and health standards in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and reports information timely to Upper Management.
  • Develops and implements a program and system to track and evaluate worker injuries including OSHA reporting and internal reporting.  Works with Human Resources group as needed for Worker’s Compensation claims.
  • Maintains working knowledge of new developments in the industry, environmental, safety, and government regulations.
  • Develops and facilitates training for workers on issues related to health, safety, environment, ISO, and Quality Assurance.
  • Researches and implements other programs to comply with additional government agencies: DOT; OSHA, etc.
  • Coordinates and assists with 5S and visualization projects   
  • Works for company project if required.                                

Procurement specialist

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Summary:  Manages the supply chain in collaboration with other members of the supply chain, ensuring that raw materials are purchased and available to support production planning and company forecast.   Supports the development and maintenance of the company’s ERP/MRP system and assists to maintain accurate price lists for purchased material.  Performs work safely and efficiently and according to established company procedures.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following and other duties may be assigned. 

 

Manages purchase orders to support forecast and production plan for chemical raw material (bulk and non-bulk) and raw material for packaging operations by verifying specifications and price.  Obtains approval from appropriate Budget Manager for each purchase. 

 

Verifies purchase orders by comparing items requested to master list, clarifies unclear items. Leads to resolve shipping/receiving errors.

 

Manages a master list of purchased items and accurate price.

 

 

Manages and provides documentation to Accounts Payable for timely payment. 

 

Collects, analyzes, summarizes, and shares data for purchasing activities.

 

Supports inventory accuracy of purchased materials by participating in cycle counting.

 

Communicates up and down the supply chain to work in a collaborative environment with other departments (internal and external) to support production plan.  

 

Manages status and communicates timely and accurate information to appropriate personnel for:

*ETA of incoming raw materials

*Timely investigates viable options internally/externally to secure raw materials to meet production demands.

 

 

Manages Import/Export documentation in support of the compliance. 

 

Supports the company and Production Control Management in maintenance and improvement of company operating systems including NAV, WMS, and scan gun devices. 

 

Prepares reports as requested. 

 

Assists management of contracts with material vendors as requested.

 

Travel to assist with audits of vendors and suppliers as necessary.

 

Performs all work according to safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 

 

Cross trains to support all purchasing functions and all planning functions.   

 

Recommends change to improve quality, cost, or safety.

Shipping and Receiving Associate

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

 Shipping and Receiving operations includes but is not limited to:

  • Moving material utilizing equipment such as forklifts, hand trucks, carts.
  • Fluid material transfers
  • Utilizing data input devices to report materials movements such as computer keyboard scan guns, or PLCs.
  • Utilizes ERP\MRP scheduling system documents to identify material to be moved such as a pick list, packing list, load notice, or other
  • Loads and unloads trailers, rail cars, or other.
  • Conducts inventory activities daily, monthly, quarterly, or as requested.

 Performs all work according to correct procedure.

 Verifies materials meet specifications by physically reviewing and or comparing information to a standard.

 Performs all work according to safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 Maintains open line of communication between Team Lead, Peers, and management by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments.

 Attends training and meetings as scheduled.

Recommends measures to improve area operations, safety, equipment performance, and quality of product.

 Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency, safety, or quality of department or product.

 Assists to troubleshoot and resolve work problems.

 Conducts 5S and Housekeeping in the work area.

 Participates in the non-conformance process and assists to implement corrective action activities. 

 Supports other departments as requested (grease blending, lubricants blending, packaging, and Quality).

 

Shipping and Receiving Team Lead

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

 

Oversees and leads material handling personnel. Assigns tasks and follows-up on accomplishment. Coordinates with other Team Leaders to accomplish inter-departmental tasks. 

 

Reviews the shipping and receiving and production schedules to determine work flow and to ensure materials are available efficiently and safely according to the schedules.  Ensures documentation to support shipping and receiving operations is completed accurately and timely.  

 

Leads the shipping and receiving operations.

 

Assists management to ensure all work is performed according to the correct company procedure.

 

Ensures safety policies and procedures (both in-house and regulatory) to decrease the potential for employee injuries on the job.

 

Maintains open line of communication between employees, management and executives by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments. 

 

Efficiently uses available manpower to ensure production schedules are met.

 

Reviews and signs off on shipping and receiving documents, pick sheets, and other records to verify work is completed. 

 

 

Leads to ensure inventory activities are completed accurately and on-time including daily, monthly, quarterly and year end.

 

Enters work orders on Maintenance system as needed.

 

Enters purchase requisitions in NAVISION and gets budget manager approval for supplies or parts as needed. 

 

Updates work instructions and training records as needed.

 

Recommends measures to improve area work, safety, equipment performance, and quality of product.

 

Suggests changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency, safety, or quality of department or product.

 

Troubleshoots and resolves work problems and/or assists workers in solving work problems.

 

Initiates or suggests plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals.

 

Maintains area production records.

 

Maintains open line of communication between employees, management and executives by communicating with others as needed to coordinate activities of individual departments.

 

Assist to perform or help associates as needed in the production control group to achieved production schedule.

 

Trains shipping and receiving associates on all work instructions and any other processes as required or needed.  Maintains the Area Visual Training Matrix.

 

Leads 5S and Housekeeping in the shipping and receiving area.

 

Participates in the non-conformance process and leads corrective actions activities according to approved procedures

Systems and Inventory Specialist

Location: Childersburg, AL
Relocation: No

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned. 

 

 

Maintains information in ERP/MRP WMS systems and develops efficient procedures and processes to utilize the resource.

 

Generates inventory reports and communicates information to group managers and plant management.

 

Monitors inventory levels along with Purchasing Specialist(s) and notifies management and plant management with concerns.  Assists to ensure optimal inventory for raw materials and finished goods is maintained.

 

Identifies inventory discrepancies and resolves in the system.

 

Monitors the age of inventory to detect issues with aging stock and notifies management and plant management about concerns.

 

Provides information as requested from QC or QAS management to support aging inventory, obsolete inventory or damaged inventory for timely remediation or disposal.

 

Works with group management to mitigate inventory loss and develop improvement plans.

 

Monitors transactions in BC to ensure timely and accurate information is recorded.  Including but not limited to receiving transactions, consumption, picking, staging, and shipping.

 

Prepares a monthly report on inventory discrepancies and investigates the reason for the discrepancies.  

Conducts or participates in daily production meetings, customer audits, customer visits and NOLA internal audits.

 

Supports area compliance with safety, 5S/housekeeping, and operating policies.   

 

Monthly files State of Alabama Lube Tax and Inspection Fee.

 

Works with Software Development company to monitor projects and make improvements within the ERP/MRP system.

 

Acts as liaison between NOLA and Software Developers to resolve problems within the ERP/MRP system.

 

Supports a daily cycle counting program.

 

Coordinates and oversees with Group Management quarterly and EOY Physical Inventory counts.

 

Identifies and addresses gaps in inventory processes.

 

Works for company project as required.