Mission: Our mission at Sheetz is to provide fast, friendly service and quality products in clean and convenient locations. We work hard to make sure we deliver on our Mission promise every day.
We continue to reinvent ourselves and bring innovation to our industry ...
We are honored to announce that Sheetz was named #66 on the Top 100 Best Companies to Work For! We are so thankful to our amazing employees who gave us this honor!
TODAY IS THE DAY! Join us for Open Interviews at ANY of our store locations until 8pm today for your ON THE SPOT INTERVIEW. Just apply to any position at the store location you are interested in and show up to that location for your interview. Hope to see you there!
Above all else, Sheetz is about providing kicked-up convenience while being more than just a convenience store. Sheetz is a mecca for people on the go. If you need to refuel your car or refresh your body, we have what you need to keep you moving on to whatever comes next.
Road warriors. Construction workers. Soccer moms. They all have a special place at Sheetz. We know you don't have time to run all over town for the things you need. Sheetz has what you need, when you need it. And, we're here 24/7/365. Even on Christmas day.
Bob Sheetz founded Sheetz, Inc. in 1952 when he purchased one of his father's five dairy stores located in Altoona, Pennsylvania. In 1961, Bob hired his brother Steve to work part-time at the store.
It was not until 1963 that the second store was opened under the name "Sheetz Kwik Shopper." It took another five years to open the third store. In 1969, Steve joined Bob in the business as general manager. The brothers planned to expand at the rate of one store per year with a target of seven stores by 1972. In 1972, the brothers literally doubled the size of the company, expanding from seven to fourteen stores. One year later, Sheetz added gasoline pumps and introduced self-serve gasoline to Central Pennsylvania.
By 1983, Bob and Steve had opened 100 stores. The following year, Bob retired and handed over the leadership of the company to his trusted business partner and brother Steve.
In 1995, Stan Sheetz, Bob's son, became president and Steve assumed the position of Chairman of the Board. Stan lead the company through new periods of growth and innovation. Introducing Sheetz fans to touchscreen ordering, Sheetz Bros. Coffeez, Made-To-Go and Shweetz Bakery products, while redefining the concept of getting quality food at a convenience store.
Continuing the successful transition of family leadership, Joe S. Sheetz (son of Bob’s brother Joe M.) became president and CEO in October 2013. Stan moved on to the role of Chairman of the Board. Looking to ensure the unique family connection with the business well into the future, Steve assumed the position of Chairman of the Sheetz Family council.
We really care about our customers. Our mission at Sheetz is to provide fast, friendly service and quality products in clean and convenient locations. We work hard to make sure we deliver on our Mission promise every day.
We continue to reinvent ourselves and bring innovation to our industry. In fact, our Vision is to create the business that will put Sheetz, as we know it today, out of business. That's what keeps us on top and keeps us focused on ways to make our business even more successful in the future.
We are able to succeed because we have outstanding employees with a commitment to Total Customer Focus (TCF). Our employees strive to meet the needs of our busy customers. Our employees are also active participants in the communities in which we operate convenience stores.
Few convenience store chains have as many fans as Sheetz, and it's easy to see why.
Sheetz is open 24/7 and no two days are alike. Our employees deliver exceptional service whenever our customers need us.
We keep our standards high when we select new employees, and they all bring their own special talents and abilities to the table. What do they all have in common? We call it Sheetz DNA.
So, what makes up our Sheetz DNA?
Our employees are paid in the top 10% of retailers! Sheetz also has a wide range of benefits, as well as a quarterly bonus for every store employee.
Sheetz is consistently named one of the Best Places to work in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio and North Carolina.
In 1992, District Managers Dan McMahon and Charlie Campbell founded Sheetz for the Kidz™ as a way to give children in need the opportunity to celebrate the holidays with new toys, clothes and other basic needs. That first year, they raised $12,000 and to ok 126 children shopping. Today, Sheetz for the Kidz supports over 8,500 kidz in the communities that Sheetz operates every year by giving them hope and joy over the holidays.
In 2005, Sheetz for the Kidz expanded its scope of operation and partnered with Make-A-Wish to sponsor families of seriously ill children every year for a dream vacation to Orlando, FL. In 2015, we sponsored 48 families.
Sheetz for the Kidz is a Sheetz Employee run charity that is a separate organization from Sheetz, Inc. Since 1992, the organization has brought smiles to the faces of over 93,500 children thanks to donations totaling more than $21.6 Million!
I worked at Sheetz full-time
Great place to work at! Never down time. Great for fast paced people.
There are no Cons. Working for Sheetz!
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Sheetz (Lynchburg, VA) in April 2018.
I received a voicemail asking me to set up an interview. I called back and set up the interview for the time they mentioned on the voicemail. However, when I showed up for the interview, I was told that the entire staff was in a meeting and the employees who were working were actually from another local store location. But the assistant manager from that location went ahead and sat down and interviewed me. She told me that she would give the information to the hiring manager when she returned from the meeting. I left and that was that.
A week later I receive an email stating, “We’re sorry you missed your interview.” I was confused because I hadn’t missed my interview, but my interviewer had. I called the store and asked if there was some kind of miscommunication. The manager didn’t give me any kind of explanation, but she did set up another interview.
I went to the second interview, which was supposed to be at 4p. At 4:15p, the hiring manager finally asked me to come back (keep in mind I was standing in the middle of this convenience store with no where to sit down). While I was waiting, another man came in for an interview at 4:15p. My interview lasted ~30 minutes, so I don’t know what happened to that poor guy.
My interview was laid back and seemed like any other interview (although my interviewer did stop in the middle to take a phone call). I asked when I would be hearing back and was told it would be about a week.
The next day I got a call asking me to come in for a second (third) interview. I couldn’t come in that week, so we scheduled it for Monday of the week after. The next day, I received a text message asking me to come in and interview on Wednesday, two days after my interview was scheduled on Monday (I hadn’t even been to this interview yet). I asked how many interviews I had to complete, because 4 interviews seemed a little excessive. All I got was a response saying that they looked forward to seeing me. I ended up accepting another offer and having to cancel the 3rd interview.