Rompetrol outsources 31 gas stations


KazMunaiGas International, formerly known as Rompetrol, is looking for 31 managers that would take over gas stations in several locations throughout the country by the end of the year. The selection of the entrepreneurs that will operate several gas stations is part of a programme that Rompetrol is starting this year and through which a total of 75 gas stations will be taken over by external managers in 2015 alone.
According to the information posted on the Rompetrol website, the requirements for the applicants are “at least two years’ experience as team leader, excellent sale abilities and at least three years’ experience in retail sales, at least secondary education, spoken English and MSOffice skills, real guarantee (mortgage or bank deposit) when taking over a Rompetrol gas station, no criminal record and residence in the geographical area of the gas station concerned.”
Rompetrol owns the second-largest gas station chain in Romania, behind Petrom’s, consisting of 735 fuel distribution points. The company is owned by Kazakhstan’s KazMunaiGaz.