Mission: Answer every challenge, advance every community and enrich every life through the strength of our energy.
We have deep ties to our communities, because we live and work with the people we serve. We innovate solutions to power their homes and businesses and ...
With the scale of our utility business, our focus on growth and our investments in emerging technology, we see no limit to what our energy can do for our customers.
We’re dedicated to understanding our customers’ needs and goals to better serve them today and tomorrow.
Spire’s natural gas utilities and other related businesses work together to enrich the lives of the 1.56 million customers we serve across Missouri and Alabama.
Our gas marketing business maintains the balance between our natural gas supplies and our customers’ needs, ensuring the highest reliability at the lowest costs. And we’ve tapped into the growing market of cleaner-burning natural gas vehicles that can conveniently support business fleets of all kinds.
As a leader in our communities, we believe energy makes things happen. That’s why we invest our time and resources in the organizations and initiatives that make life better for everyone.
In 2015, we invested nearly $3.2 million to advance the communities we serve. Through generous employee gifts augmented by The Spire Foundation, we came together to give nearly $1.4 million to United Way in support of programs and services in our hometowns.
The Spire Foundation
The Spire Foundation is how we give back to our neighbors, families, colleagues and partners. It helps us support the organizations and initiatives that enhance and advance the communities we serve.
Life at Spire has many facets, but there is one common thread — our energy.
At Spire, public service is our daily business. That’s why we’re always looking for driven, collaborative people to join our team. Because we believe that offering our customers the best service means bringing the best people together.
From Missouri to Alabama and beyond, our employees are here to help their communities grow. That’s what we encourage because that’s what leads to success for our customers and our business.
As our company changes and grows, our culture is our constant.
It’s what guides us as we add new companies, explore new technologies and respond to shifts in the energy sector. It’s what empowers us to serve our customers to the best of our ability. And it’s expressed in our values:
Connect to people: Use our knowledge of and interest in people to create a personal connection at every moment.
Get the job done: Find purpose in everything we do, and show people that we’ll never quit until we deliver on our promise.
Leave a memory: Leave people with a sense of comfort and confidence, knowing they’ll always receive the best from a company that cares.
Because when we come together as one, there’s nothing that we can’t achieve.
What makes you different, makes us better. Our company thrives on a diversity of perspectives, talents and experience. It’s how we bring our best to each other, our customers and our communities. Because it’s the strength of our collective energy that moves all of us forward.
I have been working at Spire full-time (Less than a year)
- Good compensation and benefits
- Easy going atmosphere
- The company is constantly looking to expand and grow
- Working towards improving the image for customers and employees
- New and modern office in the heart of downtown STL, with great technology and supplied for employees to work with
nothing to note at this time
Advice to Management
Keep looking to bring experienced and energetic talent into the company
I applied online. I interviewed at Spire (Saint Louis, MO) in August 2017.
I applied online and got a response to do a phone interview first and then an in person interview. After 2 weeks of not hearing anything I reached out to the HR person and got a bounce back and her phone number had been disconnected. I then sent a message to the hiring manager I interviewed with and that was ignored also, I then placed a call to the hiring manager to check on the status. I got a rude answer saying that he received me email a week or so ago but had not had time to respond he would get me the name on the new HR person and hung up. I finally got an email with the new HR contact and reached out to him upon which I was told I didn't get the job. Not a very professional way to handle things.