Baton Rouge, located on the banks of the Mississippi river in Southeastern Louisiana, is the state capital with more than 800,000 residents (the second largest city in the state). Famous for its fusion of cultures, southern hospitality, diverse cuisine and college football, it is also a significant port and a major industrial and petrochemical centre.
Our integrated complex includes the Baton Rouge Refinery, the third largest refinery in the United States, the Baton Rouge Chemical Plant and several other plants and terminals. The scope of products includes everything from traditional petrol and diesel fuel to sophisticated chemical compounds that are used in nappies, shampoos, truck bed liners, make-up, crayons and hundreds more!
As the second largest employer in the state, our daily challenges include safely operating eight interconnected sites on a round-the-clock basis. We’re required to constantly adjust and respond to fluctuating markets and resource availability. We oversee the production of more than 2.9 billion pounds of products annually, while constantly searching for ways to improve and optimise our operations.
Our Baton Rouge complex is known for more than its size. In 2016, three of the six manufacturing plants that received Distinguished Safety Awards from the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers Association were located at the Baton Rouge complex.
Whether your background is in chemical, mechanical, civil or electrical engineering, operations or another discipline, you’ll influence the way we deliver energy to the world. Make an impact. Join our effort to bring the latest innovation and technology to bear on solving the environmental and energy challenges of the future.
We’re looking for students, graduates and experienced professionals who are eager to take on exciting challenges. Positions we may hire for include:
- Engineering Interns / Co-ops
- Contact Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Technician Apprenticeships
- Process Technician
- Maintenance Technician
Learn more about our operations in the United States.