Phillips 66 Electrical Engineer - Graduate in North East Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Phillips 66 & YOU - Together we can fuel the future
Phillips 66 has been operating in the UK for over 65 years and we are as excited about our future as we are proud of our past. We are committed to improving lives, and that is our promise to our employees and communities. We are sustained by the backgrounds and experiences of our diverse teams, which reflect who we are, the environment we create and how we work together.
Our company is built on values of safety, honour and commitment. We call our cultural mindset Our Energy in Action, which we define through four simple, intuitive behaviors: We work for the greater good, create an environment of trust, seek different perspectives and achieve excellence.
Our employees are the heart of our success, and there is a reason why we continue to attract great talent and it’s not just the excellent benefits package, or the opportunities for personal growth, it’s also the caring and committed culture of the organisation that makes everyone feel like they can bring their authentic self to work and be truly part of our team.
Providing Energy. Improving Lives.
Our graduate development programme has been designed to specifically support new Graduates during the early stages of their career. Not only will the programme equip graduates with a greater understanding of the global business operations but will also provide the personal development training essential within a business environment. The programme will provide exposure to key business leaders, allow you to meet other graduates in different disciplines whilst provide you with a network of individuals from whom you can seek advice.Our roles offer the opportunity to develop knowledge and experience by working on real projects and solving complex problems. Our graduates will be challenged and stretched, but also be supported and trusted every step of the way, whilst gaining the experience needed to achieve relevant professional development and registration (e.g CEng).
As a graduate within the Electrical Engineering team at the Humber Refinery, you will be assigned a variety of placements and projects which specialise in electrical systems maintenance, LV/HV Networks, Lighting and Small Power, Electrical Drives, Protection Systems and Power Generation. You will also gain an appreciation of other Instrumentation and Control related disciplines by working within an overall I&E department.
Start date will be in August/September 2024
Our Graduate Electrical Engineer may be responsible for:
Providing technical support to refinery operations and maintenance
Performing design work on minor or intermediate size projects
Monitoring and evaluating equipment performance
Troubleshooting equipment problems
Generating ideas and seeking out opportunities for efficiency and reliability improvements
Developing cost estimates, specifying required equipment
Carry out and review plant modifications and associated risk assessments.
Reviewing designs to ensure adequacy and code compliance and agreement with company standards
Planning for maintenance shutdowns
What are we looking for?
Achieved a minimum 2:1 in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Electrical Control and Instrumentation, Control and Instrumentation, or any other Electrical related degree.
A-Level or equivalent qualification including at least one STEM subject.
Preferably have relevant work experience gained via a year long industrial placement (or equivalent)
Be a pro-active self-starter
Have strong interpersonal skills
Be someone who is highly motivated with a drive and energy to lead and influence change
Good team player who is able to work with and influence others
Confidence to work on your own initiative
Someone who has the ability to prioritise effectively
Ability to apply your technical knowledge to analyse problems and create innovative solutions
Drive and determination to achieve Chartered Engineer status
What Phillips66 will offer you:
Starting salary of between £38,000 and £43,500 depending on degree level, industry competitive bonus and benefits scheme
Free accommodation for the first 6 weeks (if required) with us so you can get to know the area and other graduates.
Help with relocation (if required)
Opportunity to develop a successful long-lasting career with Phillips 66 potentially moving between roles across the wider business.
Career guidance and professional development support
Ability to integrate and learn from experienced engineers
Opportunity to become part of our Early Careers Network and take part in fun, informative and social activities
Participation in the corporate Professional Refinery Engineering Programme (PREP)
Free daily lunch whilst working on site
Free access to our onsite gym facilities
Flexible working pattern options
The Humber Refinery is playing its part of the UK’s decarbonisation efforts.
As a part of the UK Government’s net zero ambition, the Humber Refinery is on a journey to become the Refinery of the Future. With proposed plans for a number of projects including to implement a first-of-a-kind FCC carbon capture project, the Humber Refinery is part of Humber Zero, a world-scale concept to reduce UK industry carbon emissions, saving up to 8 million tonnes of CO2 by 2030 from the Immingham industrial area.
On top of this, the Humber Refinery is the UK’s only refiner producing Sustainable Aviation Fuel at scale. It is also the only European facility producing battery anode coke, which forms a critical component for lithium-ion batteries used in electrical vehicles and in consumer electronics. Our current production of battery anode coke is equivalent to placing 1.3 million EVs on the road every year, and we are developing multiple projects to expand this capability.
We are on an exciting journey, are you ready to join us?
In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all pre-screening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date 5th November 2023
Applications will be reviewed periodically throughout the advertising window. However, we may invite candidates who pass our screening process to selection events on a first-come, first-served basis and making offers of employment to people who are successful at those events, therefore we advise that you apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Our assessment days will be held at our Humber Refinery in December (12th & 19th initially with potentially more dates added) and may include an overnight stay and dinner with experienced engineers (Reasonable travel expenses and overnight accommodation will be provided).
Phillips 66 is an Equal Opportunity Employe
Requisition ID: 58192
Location: GBR - North East Lincolnshire - South Killingholme
Job Field: Engineering
Division : Humber Refinery
Technical Req : No