Career Opportunities at World Fuel Services

We provide exceptional career opportunities for you to accomplish your career goals.

Career opportunities at World Fuel Services offer you the chance to grow with a global energy industry leader. We are a Global Fortune 150 company, and proud to be one of the largest Fortune-listed companies in the state of Florida.

 

Work with a truly diverse team

Our headquarters are in Miami – Florida’s commercial and multicultural capital but our people are based in more than 150 locations worldwide. We come from a range of diverse cultural backgrounds and boast an equally diverse range of skills, from marine engineering to financial expertise

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Our people are the key to our success. Without the talents of our nearly 5,000-strong team, we would not be the industry leader that we are today. We thrive in an entrepreneurial and culturally-diverse environment, where innovative thinking, collaboration, and efficient execution are highly valued. Stronger together, we promote an environment where individuals thrive.

 

Join Our World Fuel Services Team

If you are an exceptional individual seeking an exceptional career, explore our global opportunities. To apply, follow the guided application process.

 

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Interested in learning more about our benefits?

You can read all about the competitive benefits we offer to our employees by visiting our benefits site.

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Open Opportunities For Drivers Across The United States

We are looking for results-driven team members who are ready to deliver solutions to customers. Literally.

If you want to speak to one of our recruiters, please call + 1 414 635 9236 or visit our driver recruitment site.

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We are looking for those few military members to join our team

At World Fuel Services we value and respect our Armed Forces Service Members and Veterans across the globe. 

If you are transitioning out of the military, we are interested in talking to you about the opportunities we have.

 

 

World Fuel Services Signals Commitment to Support UK Military Veterans and Reservists

London, June 2020

With the recent receipt of the Bronze award under the UK’s Armed Forces Covenant, World Fuel Services continues to demonstrate a dedication to help military veterans find employment and to support reservists in the company. Deepening that commitment to achieve Silver and then Gold awards in the UK over the next few years is a realistic prospect and will place the company at the forefront of this worthwhile effort. This achievement in the UK is part of the company’s wider global programme, also in the USA and Australia, to support veterans and reflects the public statement by the Chairman & CEO, Michael J Kasbar;

“As military veterans have made sacrifices in the tireless service of their country, so World Fuel Services will proudly support them on their transition to civilian life and in finding employment. Veterans are talented and committed and we share and value their passion for excellence in
service.”

 

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Summer 2020 Issue

As part of World Fuel Services commitment to supporting the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) Foundation, two senior soldiers completed an industry attachment earlier this year as part of their preparation for finding civilian employment. Their positive experience is outlined in the attached article from the RLC’s professional journal – The Sustainer. We are proud to continue this association. Read more about our partnership. #RLCFoundation. ©Crown Copyright, reproduced with permission of the Director, The Sustainer.

 

 

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World Fuel Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

World Fuel Services is committed to providing a work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment in any form. It is our policy to comply with all applicable laws that provide equal opportunity in employment for all persons, and to prohibit discrimination in employment, in each country where we operate.

As a critical part of our culture of respect, we strictly prohibit any discrimination or harassment based on, gender, age, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, mental or physical disability, ancestry, pregnancy, national origin, and any other status protected by law.

We are an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate in hiring on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. 

If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by email at [email protected] and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis.  Please note that only inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this email address. 

For more information about our commitment to equal employment opportunity, please click on the following links:

  1. EEO Poster is the Law poster and any supplements, access their site to learn more.
  2. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Statement, access their site to learn more.

What is it like to work at World Fuel Services?

We get things done. We create value for our business partners, enable people around us, and adapt to changing dynamics. Most importantly, we collaborate as one global team.

World Fuel Services has been awarded as one of America’s 500 Best Midsize Employers to work for.

Forbes magazine surveyed over 50,000 companies and participants were asked how likely they were to refer World Fuel Services as an employer or business provider and how well World Fuel Services handled the COVID-19 pandemic. World Fuel Services was voted in the top 50 amongst the 500 best midsize employers and we are truly honored by this recognition. We are grateful for the efforts of each of our teammates who helped serve our internal and external customers throughout this unprecedented time.

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Meet Our WFS Heroes

Read all about our amazing employees and how they are making a difference in our customers lives.

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Our delivery and dispatch teams in the Pacific Northwest U.S. are rising to the challenge in support of customers as deadly wildfires continue in the region. This exceptionally challenging environment combines low visibility, shifting traffic patterns, and extremely poor breathing conditions. “Day looks like night,” is how driver James Stanchfield describes it. “But I feel a responsibility to deliver. We enjoy doing our job and we do it,” he added. One estimate compared breathing in this type of air quality as the equivalent of smoking two packs of cigarettes. According to U.S. government standards, safe air quality levels must have particles below 300 parts per million (ppm). During the last few weeks, levels in this area have regularly risen to more than 500 ppm. In addition, some of our employees live in so-called “Level 2” zones, meaning that they are only one “level” away from mandatory evacuation orders. So, our teams are balancing their commitment to their job with their personal responsibilities to prepare for a possible evacuation so they can protect their families and homes. “As I’m driving, I’m seeing people with all of their belongings – literally, their whole life – packed up on the roofs of their cars, heading in my direction,” said lead driver, Alex Celorio. “And we’re driving towards the fires, to keep our essential customers fueled and ready to go.” “Our West Coast teams are working hard to keep our customers operating during these extremely difficult wildfire situations. It’s inspiring to see that level of commitment,” said David Porria, Portland Terminal Manager. “Every day, these drivers amaze me.” From keeping the City of Portland, Oregon fueled so first responders can do the same, to setting a fuel tank at a wildfire site in Bonney Lake, Washington for Pierce County Emergency Fire, our West Coast team is truly embodying what it means to be there when it matters most.

 

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As one of the first nations in Europe to be seriously impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy had to mitigate the effects of the crisis early on. As domestic and international air travel came to a halt and the country moved into lockdown, most airports in Italy closed. But our local teams – on the ground at airports in Sardinia and Sicily – maintained operations to provide essential aviation fuel supply to those who needed it most. We are proud to have delivered uninterrupted operations, 24 / 7, from early March on. In fact, we were the only service provider active at three airports, Olbia (OLB), Catania (CTA), and Alghero (AHO), throughout the crisis. Our team including Antonio Usai, Paolo Deriu, and Salvatore Rizza provided into-plane fuel supply for emergency aircraft, including medevac helicopters to support front line emergency and medical workers. We also created new procedures to ensure 100% contactless operations to adhere to social distancing guidelines while maintaining our strict standards for accuracy and safety. “Fuel tickets issued after fueling higher-risk customers (emergency medical service helicopters, for example), which are traditionally hand-written and signed, were digitized to keep essential personnel more safe – a process that has been replicated and is now commonplace at many other airports,” said Francesco Pristerà, WFS Italy operations manager. “We also reduced staff to just one operator to eliminate all unnecessary person-to-person interactions.” As a result of our teams’ hard work, we were recognized by the Ministry of the Interior, Department of the Fire Brigade, Public Aid and Civil Defense Provincial Command.

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The pandemic has changed the way we live and work in so many ways. For many on our team, that’s meant working from home. But for a critical group of front-line workers, it hasn’t. These dedicated men and women are continuing to deliver the fuel and energy products that our customers rely on. Even in this unusual environment, they’re committed to do their job, safely and efficiently, so our customers can continue to do what they do best. They are our true #WFSHeroes.

Recently, we were asked to help haul hand sanitizer, instead of fuel. And our team made it happen. Heritage Distillery made the decision to adapt their operations to produce hand sanitizer, to support first responders on the front lines. But they needed help to get it to hospitals and nursing homes where it was needed most.

Our colleagues at the Washington Trucking Association asked if we could jump in to support them. Safety Manager, Taryn Olson; Head of Dispatch, Ben Upchurch; and Market Manager, Kaleb Hoffer worked directly with Heritage Distillery to plan the routes, schedule the drivers, and route the trucks they needed. Our team served as an essential part of this critical medical supply chain – delivering the hand sanitizer to area distribution centers. It was an honor to partner with Heritage Distillery to help make a difference.

“This is a great example of how our team goes above and beyond,” said Jim Pederson, general manager, West region. “Kaleb, Ben, and Taryn gladly took on additional work – beyond their day jobs – to help the COVID-19 response effort. That’s truly what we stand for.”