Crown Oil began trading in 1928 and was run by Harry Greensmith; affectionately known as “Harry Lamp Oil”. Harry traded door-to-door from a wooden cart, providing household goods, such as firelighters, candles, and lamp oil. After World War II, Harry expanded the product range of the company to include the bulk supply of fuels and lubricants.
Crown Gas & Power was originally established as the energy division of Crown Oil Ltd in 2001, this was in response to the deregulation of the gas markets. We have continued to assert ourselves as one of the leading commercial gas suppliers. We continue to thrive as a family run business and currently employ over 70 staff members of all ages, backgrounds, and experience.
All employees are given a comprehensive benefits scheme:
We are committed to providing our team with opportunities for personal and professional growth. We believe in investing in our staff members and that they are a valuable asset to Crown Gas & Power.
Crown Gas & Power offer a number of apprenticeship opportunities, designed to enhance your working knowledge and help you start your career on the right path. We are always on the lookout for ambitious and devoted professionals, some of which joined us through our very own apprenticeship programme and have been with us ever since.
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Over the last few years, we have been following our young team members progression and how they have developed since starting out with us as an apprentice. If you are thinking about a career with Crown Gas & Power now or in the future, then please take a look at our latest opportunities below and send across your updated CV and Cover Letter.
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We always want to see the basics of a CV and Cover Letter done well - good spelling and grammar, honesty and examples of previous work that is relevant to the position you are applying for.
If you have been successful in your application for a vacant position, you will be asked to attend an interview. Your interview will be competency-based, meaning your interviewer will be trying to find out about your relevant skills and experiences and assessing how well these fit with the role you are interviewing for. They will explain a little about the company's history and values and the benefits our employees enjoy.
In an interview we want you to impress us, but we also want you to be yourself. Allow yourself plenty of time to arrive around 15 minutes before your interview and always dress smartly. Try not to be nervous and make sure you tell us exactly why you deserve this job!
There will be time during the interview to ask any questions you may have about the company or the role.
Some key points to consider before your interview: