As an employee-owned company, O’Neal focuses on attracting, developing, and retaining the best talent to support our vision and contribute to our success. Our team members enjoy working at O’Neal because we offer challenging assignments with high-tech Fortune 500 clients, flexible work schedules, a positive team-building environment and a comprehensive benefits package.
We offer numerous career opportunities at our company headquarters in Greenville, SC, Atlanta, GA, Allentown, PA and at our project sites across North America.
O’Neal is always interested in talking to qualified and motivated design, procurement and construction professionals. If you do not see current career opportunities that match your goals and capabilities, we encourage you to submit your resume for future consideration: email@example.com
CULTURE + Work Life
O’Neal enjoys a team-oriented, collaborative working environment designed to attract and retain the best talent in the industry. Our flexible work schedule and family-oriented atmosphere contributes to a healthy work-life balance for our team members. And with an average tenure of more than ten years with the company, our employee-owners are committed to our success.
The company offers numerous employee appreciation events throughout the year, including lowcountry boils, March Madness celebrations, fall tailgates, holiday parties, ice cream socials and monthly cakes to celebrate service anniversaries/birthdays. Our monthly Town Hall meetings, company intranet, and open-door policy ensure that our employees are well informed and engaged with our business, projects and clients.
This organization has talented people that are technically strong. Management has integrity and strong moral values. The people are friendly and helpful.
O’Neal offers a complete benefits package that provides comprehensive coverage and promotes health and wellness for our employees and their families. Our compensation philosophy is based on competitive salaries and long-term incentives, realized through our profit sharing (ESOP) and 401(k) programs.
Good opportunities and encouragement to visit job sites. Great place for reliable self-starters to take control and ownership of their work.
O’Neal is wholly owned by our employees. At O’Neal, eligible team members can experience ownership and participate in the financial success of the company through both our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) and Direct Stock Ownership.
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
O’Neal’s success is a function of individual team member contributions. Our Team Members are eligible to participate in the financial success of the organization annually through profit sharing. This profit sharing is distributed through a contribution to the O’Neal Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP), in the form of company stock.
Direct Stock Ownership
At the close of each fiscal year, current stockholders may recommend new team members for stock ownership privileges to the Board of Directors. Upon the Board’s approval, selected team members are offered the opportunity to purchase stock in O’Neal, Inc.
Provides an environment where there is a balance of realistic expectations combined with flexibility to meet personal/family needs.
O’Neal offers a variety of rewarding career opportunities for our team members. To help facilitate the professional development of our workforce, we offer a number of training and development programs. In addition, we have a mentoring program that facilitates knowledge transfer from one generation to the next.
“I started at O’Neal in 1994 as a young process engineer. Out of the gate, I was given a lot of opportunities to work on some complex projects.”
Kevin Bean, PE
President + CEO
The people are polite and act in the best interest of the company as a whole. O’Neal values quality and doing the right way is always preferred over getting things done quickly.
The equal employment opportunity policy of O’Neal, Inc. provides for a fair and equal employment opportunity for all associates and job applicants regardless of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, familial status, disability, or genetic information, in compliance with applicable federal, state and local law.