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:
WORK LIFE BALANCE
Paid time off
Safety shoes ( Plant only )
Service Recognition - 5-year increments
Long and Short Term Disability
Manufacturing Operator Lube
Summary: Performs operations to manufacture lubricants in accordance with company policies and area specific procedures. Performs work safely and efficiently and according to established company procedures. Work includes but is not limited to manufacturing, bulk and non-bulk material transfers, and packaging of drums, totes, and other containers.
Shipping and Receiving Warehouse
Summary: Moves material throughout the facility. Communicates material movements to ERP\MRP software. Processes Receiving and Shipping Documents. Conduct inventory verification processes.