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Sheetz President and CEO Stan Sheetz
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    Easy work, great people, wonderful job, and good pay.

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    Current Employee - Salesperson in Hagerstown, MD
    Current Employee - Salesperson in Hagerstown, MD

    I have been working at Sheetz full-time (more than an year)


    Sheetz typically beats other entry-level, no experience needed positions pay wise. In md it's 10 starting, which isn't bad. If you're a nice person, you have a lot of opportunities to make some good friends. Store meetings are always fun, and I can't wait for the next Christmas party, it's a great place to work if you like a company that will take am interest in you as an employee.


    You do have to put in quite a bit of time before the company actually "acknowledges" you, and you get benefits packages. If you're not the greatest in the kitchen, you might get lower hours than you want, but don't worry, there's always (yes, always) an extra shift to pick up. The biggest con I notice is people not being able to work under stressful situations. You WILL be EXTREMELY busy in your kitchen; sheetz might be a gas station, but they operate at a regular restaurant level. The only difference is, other restaurants have two or three dedicated people to do the things that one person will dedicated to do at sheetz, sometimes, but not always, with help. This means stocking multiple units, cleaning multiple parts of the store, and typically filtering a fry machine, all while handling customer orders. Difficult, but not impossible. And in addition to the kitchen duties, expect to help in the barista area, and with customers in line at the register. You might also have to start your job cutting your teeth on overnight shifts, but do well enough and show enough interest and you can move wherever you please, really. Don't expect to move up in the job too quickly, manager favoritism runs rampant at most stores, and don't be surprised to have at least one manager that nobody can figure out how they got their job.

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Sheetz Interviews

Updated Sep 15, 2014
Updated Sep 15, 2014

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Interview Difficulty




    Sales Associate Interview

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Sheetz.

    Interview Details

    Applied online - received a call a few days later to schedule an interview. Came in, was offered a free drink while I waited, manager came out shortly to see me. Interviewed one on one in the office, was very friendly and smooth. I was nervous since I was new to this, but she was nice and noticed as I relaxed. Conversation touched on some casual topics as well before the interview was over and I was told I'd get a call in a week if I had it. Just two days later I got my call back asking to schedule my drug test and other things to get me officially hired.

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Sheetz Awards & Accolades

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America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2009
Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania (Large), Best Companies Group, 2009
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Headquarters Altoona, PA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1952
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Wawa, 7-Eleven, Couche-Tard

You might say Sheetz is to the convenience store business what Wal-Mart is to discount shopping. Noted for being exceptionally large (stores average 4,200 sq. ft., nearly twice the size of the average 7-Eleven, but new stores are as large as 5,000 sq. ft.), Sheetz stores sell groceries, fountain drinks, baked goods, and made-to-order sandwiches and salads, self-service car washes, as well as discount gas and cigarettes. The company operates more than 360 combination convenience stores and gas stations, mostly in Pennsylvania, but also in five other states (Maryland, North... More

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