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30+ days ago

Engineer - Environmental Remediation

PBF Energy Paulsboro, NJ

in all aspects of site remediation including but not limited to: establishing and maintaining system groundwater confinement and hydrocarbon recovery… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Credit Analyst

PBF Energy Parsippany, NJ

• Obtain and analyze credit data and financial statements of new and existing customers to determine credit worthiness and financial soundness, rate… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Engineer - Air Monitoring

PBF Energy Paulsboro, NJ

Specific job duties include: air monitoring and reporting (Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEMS), Green House Gas (GHG), Emissions Inventory, SARA… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Equipment Operator

PBF Energy Paulsboro, NJ

Duties may include, but are not limited to: operating automobiles and trucks (half ton to tractor trailer),Operating a cherry picker crane, operating… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Maintenance Supervisor

PBF Energy Paulsboro, NJ

• Responsible for planning, scheduling and executing fixed equipment maintenance work within assigned Operation complexes for daily maintenance as… Glassdoor

PBF Energy Reviews

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Thomas J. Nimbley
3 Ratings

    Poorly compensated, No clear work role definitions, Young are abused here.

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    Former Employee - Scheduler in Parsippany, NJ
    Former Employee - Scheduler in Parsippany, NJ

    I worked at PBF Energy full-time (more than 3 years)


    People around you have a lot of industry experience.


    They like to operate very lean here, so you are always asked to do things outside your job role and are constantly over-worked. Management is very blind to the daily operations work that exist. Very poor in compensation, they will give you "promotions" without a raise in salary or benefits; essentially its just more roles without increased pay. Bonuses are not guaranteed and for the past two years they have issued less than 1% in bonus. You are also capped at a 3% yearly max salary raise. Although the experience around you is good, you are never able to truly learn from it because everyone has so much on their plate they have no time to teach or have their brain picked. You move up in this company based on whether or not your relationship with management is good, not based on your quality of work. It's an "every man for themselves" environment. Even managers will sell you out for doing something they forced you to do if they have too. Work-life balance is terrible; the company never does anything for employees, not even a free lunch. Communication is also very poor. People aren't clear as to who does what or as to what the direction of certain projects are. It causes confusion and friction when relying on teams/individuals for quality information

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    The managers understand the big picture but are somewhat clueless as to what it takes to run the company on a day to day. You need more resources and people to assist. Communication is very poor, you need to be more clear with the internal directions and roles of people.
    Offer more growth and education to the youth. Their are a lot of hungry hardworking individuals who want to excel, let them and cut the managers who hold them down because they like to coast at their position.

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