Energy Transfer / Sunoco

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  1. Shackdaddy

    Shackdaddy Medium Load Member

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    Anyone know if it’s a good outfit or not. I’m in the Houston area. Getting some pings from them on indeed job site, wondering if I should pursue it.

    Think it used to be Sunoco and now is Energy Transfer.

    Anyone know what it pays, company culture good or bad ?

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  3. Lazer

    Lazer Heavy Load Member

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    I’ve known a couple guys that tried to get on with them in the Midland/Odessa/San Angelo area, supposedly the hiring process is very stringent.
     
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  4. RockinChair

    RockinChair Road Train Member

    I don't know about their crude oil side, but the hiring process on their fuel side is needlessly complicated.

    Despite having a valid medical card Tlthey sent me to Concentra for a new one. Of course Concentra wanted me to do a sleep study, pay $1000 out of pocket for a CPAP machine, use it for a month, and then send in "proof of compliance" just so that I could go to the next step in the hiring process.

    I wasn't willing to spend all that money on a CPAP, and they weren't paying that much to begin with, so I withdrew my application.
     
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  5. Octrucker

    Octrucker Light Load Member

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    The hiring process is a pain in the butt. Back in 2014 When I work there the money was just so so. I'm free come around 1800 to 2000 every two weeks. There's much better paying jobs out there right now.
     
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  6. Lazer

    Lazer Heavy Load Member

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    At one time, they had a funky type of rotating schedule. Can’t remember off the top of my head, if was on the crude side or fuel side.
    Guys told me that were dispatched for a 12 hr day, but they had a start time of 14 hrs., after they clocked out the previous shift.
     
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