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3 days ago

Customer Service Associate

Wawa Gainesville, VA +129 locations

The Customer Service Associate (CSA) works in support of the store management team to facilitate the completion of all store level tasks and performs… Wawa

14 days ago

General Manager

Wawa Florida +2 locations

An associate accepted into the General Manager Trainee Program is responsible for their own development and for completing the required training. It… Wawa

14 days ago

Fresh Food Manager

Wawa New Jersey +2 locations

The Fresh Food Manager (FFM) is responsible for managing all aspects of the food service and beverage operation. The FFM is responsible for the… Wawa

25 days ago

College Graduate Leadership Program

Wawa Florida +3 locations

College Graduate Leadership Training Program About the Program: The College Graduate Leadership training program is a world class opportunity for a… Wawa

6 days ago

Fuel Manager

Wawa New Jersey

The Fuel Manager (FM) is responsible for managing all aspects of the fuel product offering at store-level. The FM is a dedicated resource within the… Wawa

9 days ago

Sr. Mobile Software Developer (Software / Developer / IT)

Wawa Media, PA

**THIS IS NOT A TELE-COMMUTING POSITION** Wawa employs 22,000 associates throughout portions of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland… Wawa

24 days ago

Assistant General Manager

Wawa Florida +4 locations

The Assistant General Manager (AGM) is responsible for supporting the General Manager in the management of the entire store’s operations. The AGM is… Wawa

1 day ago

Fuel Service Associate – new

Wawa Mays Landing, NJ +23 locations

The Fuel Associate (FA) works in support of the Store Management Team to facilitate the completion of Gasoline related tasks. The FA will be expected… Wawa

29 days ago

Culinary Manager

Wawa Wawa, PA

  The Culinary Manager drives the development of new and innovative products for the Wawa Branded offer that will drive the budget for the next… Wawa

9 days ago

Systems Engineer III, Network

Wawa Media, PA

The Systems Engineer III, Network designs and delivers network solutions delivery with validation from Senior Architects and the Network and… Wawa

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127 Ratings

    Good company, great salary but poor work/life balance. This company is all about who you know!

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    Current Employee - General Manager  in  Vineland, NJ
    Current Employee - General Manager in Vineland, NJ

    I have been working at Wawa full-time for more than 8 years


    Pay and benefits are good. This is the reason most people stay.. It is impossible to find a job that compares to Wawa's compensation. The free stock and retirement package is amazing!


    You have no personal life if your a manager. Once you are promoted to a fuel store, there's very little room to move up. External hires are paid far more (and they have guaranteed bonuses) than people dedicated to the company for years!! There is no additional pay for working the highest volume, toughest stores. Everything is based on if you achieve your outrageous budget, not on Prior year sales and business growth. If your area manager dislikes you for any reason, you will be unemployed or demoted for certain!!!

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    The politics of the company make those working in the stores disgruntled. People get promoted to area manager & lead levels only because they know the right people. Yearly evals and FOSA Documentation are never considered for promotions??! When applying for a position, the candidate gets the job based on an interview ( that some candidates have access to the questions weeks prior) not on they're previous work performance or because they truly are the best person for the job! Thus the people that deserve promotion rarely get it!! Store level people are held accountable for everything and anything they do, however this is not true for the supporting departments. Store operations also gets frustrated with the amount of money the company wastes on non-essential things. When finances are tight the first thing that is cut is store labor??? When as a company we blow millions a year on things such as flying FL managers to events and paying for rooms, food, cars, air fare..etc...

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