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Mansfield Oil Overview

Headquarters Gainesville, GA
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Founded 1957
Type Company - Private
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
For over fifty-five years, Mansfield has served customers across a wide variety of industries with cutting edge fuel products and services. As one of the largest private companies in the U.S., Mansfield offers unparalleled expertise to customers in the commercial, government ... More

Mission: Mansfield's Core Principles: Conscientiousness Innovation Integrity Personal Service Excellence

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Mansfield Oil CEO Michael F. Mansfield Sr.
Michael F. Mansfield Sr.
33 Ratings
  • Great place, great people, but stay astute to your well being

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    Former Employee - Wholesale/Government in Gainesville, GA
    Former Employee - Wholesale/Government in Gainesville, GA
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    I worked at Mansfield Oil full-time (More than a year)


    Mansfield is the perfect - you get out what you put in kind of place. As long as you are proven to be dedicated and productive you can move up. The executives are approachable and truly care about the common welfare of the employees and the trajectory of the business. Not to mention - pretty dad gum start too. There is someone in every department willing to work with you and help you come to a solution tasks you are responsible with. This becomes a great cross training tool for interdependent understanding. And you will need it to be successful at Mansfield.


    My experience - There is just about 0 training. You have to jump in with both feet and blind fold but with your own ferocity and help from others who have seen people in your shoes before, you can make it. The industry is very detailed and has it'd own venacular. You won't get it if you don't apply yourself. HR is kind and well intended but over worked. If you end up with a poor supervisor that makes you misreble there are not additional options but to either move departments or leave the company. Try and work with HR. Sometimes they can help. Sometimes they can't. This work requires dedication and an intense work ethic - pro. But you can easily cross the line where you are no longer taking care of yourself and subjecting yourself to less than pleasant work conditions and no one in the company has time to stop and tell you to take a step back. You have to be self aware. Poor pay. You work for Mansfield for the invaluable experience and job security. You move up or you move out with the tools only Mansfield could equip you with.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work and the quarterly meetings. We complain about them but they keep us connected to you. Trust your instincts - they are good ones. Watch out for those stronger executive personalities that might over shadow your good idea. They are not always right. You all are equally talented and capible of taking Mansfield to the next level. Mr. Mansfield has a heart of gold and sharp mind. Thats their ticket to the gun show.

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    Human Resource Coordinator Interview

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    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Mansfield Oil.


    Shortly after applying, I received a call to set up a phone interview with a recruiter. Shortly after the phone interview, they asked me to come onsite to meet with the recruiter and the head of HR along with one other team member. A day later (The entire interview process occurred over the span of one week) I received a call back to interview with the rest of the team (two people). I was told that I was one of two candidates who'd made the final cut. I never heard back from the company after that, not even an email. I tried to call the recruiter twice over the next few weeks but her voicemail just kept saying that she was out of the office traveling. After taking time off work twice in one week and being considered a final candidate, I would have expected some form of rejection notification but never even received a generic email.

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  • America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2014
  • America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2013
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