At Phillips 66, technical employees are critical to the success of our organization. Our technical team members maintain and calibrate a variety of equipment that keeps everything running smoothly. Candidates interested in a career with us should have a passion for their work and thrive on challenge. We seek individuals who make safety their number one priority and possess strong communication and teamwork skills, flexibility and a desire for continued learning.
At Phillips 66, there are multiple technical career paths within both the Midstream and Refining businesses. Employees can pursue future opportunities in an operations, safety, inspection or maintenance role in either a supervisory or technical capacity. Job opportunities could be located within any one of our U.S. Midstream and Refining Locations.
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- Instrumentation & Electrical Technician
- Technical Pipeliner
- Technical Operator
- Corrosion Technician
- Western Region - Washington, Oregon, California
- Rockies Region - North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Washington
- Southwest Region - Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming
- Mid-Con Region - Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas
- Gulf Coast Region - Texas
- Southeast Region - Louisiana, New Jersey
- Instrumentation Technician
- Process Technology
- Rotating Equipment
- Belle Chasse, LA
- Billings, MT
- Borger, TX
- Ferndale, WA
- Lake Charles, LA
- Linden, NJ
- Los Angeles, CA
- Ponca City, OK
- Rodeo, CA
- Roxana, IL
- Santa Maria, CA
- Sweeny, TX
Phillips 66 is committed to safety, environmental and regulatory compliance. That’s why we have carefully developed training for our technical roles to ensure that our employees work safely and have the knowledge they need to be able to succeed.
Technical training includes hands-on and computer-based learning. To enhance your professional development and advancement potential, as well as help build an employee’s knowledge of the industry, in-house training, seminars and certification classes are provided and encouraged.
Experienced employees are designated as mentors to develop and share knowledge with new interns and employees. Mentors serve as a resource to help mentees become acquainted with the organization and transition them into their new role.