I have been working at NuStar Energy full-time (More than 10 years)
Employees are the number one asset, industry leading benefits and an atmosphere consisting of respect and teamwork. The company is very community minded and encourages employees to give back through volunteerism and serving on non-profit boards.
Hard to promote, as upper management are young and happy to work there. At times, work stagnates. It is difficult to embrace new technology.
Advice to Management
Assistance with job growth and career advancement would be helpful to keep people.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at NuStar Energy (San Antonio, TX) in April 2017.
I was contacted via email (maybe 6-8 weeks after applying) to schedule a 20-30 minute phone screening. I believe they screened 8-10 people, but that's only an estimate based on questions I asked. The phone screening was mostly regarding experience, with some canned questions that will be listed below. They contacted me, again via email, for a 2-3 hour onsite interview after they finished the phone screenings (about 2 weeks later). They had 3 people interview onsite. These interviews were a lot more about making sure I fit the company culture and informing me of the different roles I'd be rotating through. Questions were asked, but they were mostly in the flow of the conversation, as opposed to being scripted. I got the phone call letting me know I'd be getting an offer after another week.