Seeking a career that combines engineering and economics? Phillips 66 Lubricants is looking for talented engineers with a mind for business. As a Lubricants new hire, you will immediately be trusted with challenging, impactful projects that contribute to the success of the organization. You will become part of our KATALYST program, which provides skills training, networking opportunities and exposure to executive management. New employees are progressed through various roles within the Lubricants value chain, gaining valuable insight and knowledge of the energy industry. Upon completion of the KATALYST program, employees are ready to pursue careers in functions across the company.

How You Will Grow Career Road Map

Upon receiving a full-time offer with Phillips 66, you will be enrolled in KATALYST, the premier commodity supply and trading development program for market-savvy university new hires. KATALYST associates experience a dynamic, 90-day immersion to the energy value chain followed by three targeted rotations where acquired knowledge and relationships will cultivate a fulfilling Lubricants career. You will develop a fundamental knowledge of the Lubricants function, as well as gain valuable exposure to senior leaders, clear performance expectations and feedback.

The KATALYST program is built on the principle that Knowledge combined with Application leads to career Transformation.

Upon completion of the 90-day immersion, the KATALYST associate is placed in the first rotational assignment in our Lubricants organization in Houston, TX. Rotations are approximately 18-36 months long.

You can begin your Phillips 66 career in several key Lubricants areas, including:

  • Planning and Optimization
  • Product Management
  • Supply Chain
  • Operations and Logistics

Phillips 66’s Lubricants organization includes:

  • Base Oil
  • Brand Management
  • Customer Sales
  • Logistics
  • Planning and Optimization
  • Plant Operations
  • Procurement
  • Product Management
  • Research and Development

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