Amoco Corporation was founded in 1889 in Whiting, Indiana. It is a global chemical and oil company established around a US refinery. Originally focused on gasoline for the newly formed automobile market, which was part of the Standard Oil Trust. In 1911, Amoco became an independent company. In the following years, the company expanded globally.
It has established oil wells or markets in more than 30 countries including Italy, Australia, UK, Brazil, Argentina, South Korea, Mexico, Taiwan, Norway, Venezuela, Russia, Belgium, China. Amoco opened about 100 locations in the US in 2018, and more are planned to open in the following years. Most of the current Amoco locations are on the East Coast.
Amoco Jobs and Careers
Starting a job at a global oil company that operates in tens of countries around the world would be one of the most secure things you can do for your career. Indeed, such a huge company as Amoco will continue to exist for many long years. Working at an Amoco gas station will provide you the money you need to fulfill your life goals, plus you will feel safe in financial terms.
How do I apply for a job at Amoco?
Visit your local Amoco gas station to gain employment information.
Minimum Age to Work: 18
Hours of Operation: Every day 5:00am-11:00pm. May vary by location.
Job Positions: Cashier, gas station attendant.
Printable Job Application Form PDF: Not available.
Job Positions & Salaries
Cashier: You will greet customers as they enter the store, and assist them by helping people locate products in the store. You will operate the cash register, do paperwork, stock shelves and maintain the store clean and organized.
Gas Station Attendant: You will pump gas, perform general maintenance on vehicles, collect money for purchases, and help keep the property clean. You will primarily work outdoors in the gas station lot. You will have to perform some duties in other areas when needed.
Amoco Job Application Form PDF
Amoco offers no printable job application form on the web. Visit the company website to apply online to Amoco.