LBC is on an ambitious journey and is therefore recruiting qualified professionals who possess an entrepreneurial spirit to be part of a determined plan to expand and optimize our network of bulk liquid terminals.
Although we are one of the large operators in the industry, we maintain the flexible, diverse organization of a small company. Each site is unique and features positions specific to location and capability presenting constant opportunities for professional growth and significant individual contribution to the company vision.
LBC fosters a culture of transparency and open communication. Employees are encouraged to provide feedback on any aspect of our operation and performance. We invest in all our colleagues and we expect every employee to recognize their role in a service minded environment and in the company’s success.
Please contact us if you are highly motivated by the prospect of joining our driven team of proven leaders.
I’ve learned a ton at LBC and have had many opportunities to experience different aspects of the business. I’ve been able to develop a much better understanding of how the terminal business works and how to meet our customers' needs as a team.
“Working at LBC for the past ten years has been a very positive experience.”Chris Mayfield - Operations Trainer
The company has a culture that values safety, leadership and creativity. It’s a culture of not just being reactive, but continually assessing if the way we do things can be improved. It’s about growing as a company through accountability.
LBC takes really good care of their employees. The benefits are top notch, but I think what sets LBC apart is the way they take care of employees toward the end of their career.
The great thing about working for LBC is that they give you the chance to grow within the company. My own career is living proof of that. I started working at LBC in January 1999, as a drumming operator. I loaded trucks, worked in the warehouse for packed items, became a team leader, customer service manager and administrative service manager before being appointed terminal manager in 2016.
“Working at LBC has taught me to take responsibility. You always have the freedom to choose how you act.”Jean Fauconnier - Terminal Manager
The company culture makes you feel that you always have the freedom to choose how you act. Of course, it requires self-discipline to reach your goals. If you’re having doubts as to the next step you should take, there is always someone to talk to who can give you advice. It makes you feel like you are not on your own.
Working at LBC has taught me to take responsibility. This has made me more of a professional, but mostly, it has made me a better person in my private life. The best compliment I got was from my wife. She told me that the moment I took responsibility, I became a better husband.
I strongly believe working at LBC has helped me grow both personally and professionally. Since I started working here as an operator almost ten years ago, I have learned a lot from the practiced Senior Operators we have at the terminal. This in turn allowed me to use that experience to help train and teach new hires. I have developed from a reserved, shy person into a more outspoken leader.
“Working at LBC has helped me grow both personally and professionally.”Kurt Jarreau - Senior Operator
LBC does a good job of maintaining a safe work environment for its workers, with experienced supervisors leading the terminals. Corporate Social Responsibility plays a part in my daily activities through the safeguards the company has set against emissions released to the air, double block valves to protect against hazardous release to the environment and natural waterways like rivers and bayous.
I have seen some tremendous change here at the terminal in the last couple of years. From new tanks being built to automatic valves on tanks and pump pads. All in all, my experience at LBC has been very good.
I started working for LBC in October 2014 as a project engineer. In that position, I am responsible for several projects such as modifications of existing tanks, new piping and the installation of new tanks.
“My job is challenging and involves a variety of tasks, which has allowed me to develop a wide range of skills.”Nick van Puyvelde - Project Engineer
I am also responsible for calibrations and Vlarem inspections: making sure that equipment conforms to Belgian environmental legislation. What the company culture is like? Open communication is what stands out the most to me.
Technical Assistant (Werkvoorbereider)
The Technical Assistant is responsible for the execution and follow-up of inspections and work assignments.
Regional Purchasing Manager
The Regional Purchasing Manager is responsible for all purchase activities of the 3 ARA-terminals of LBC. Activities such as the purchasing strategy, translation of the internal client’s wishes into purchase goals and contract management.
The Maintenance Engineer is responsible for the maintenance of the installations.
LBC is always looking for: qualified operators, maintenance engineers, commercials and project engineers
and administrative staff as well as for young graduates majoring in chemical and mechanical engineering
or having an MBA or equivalent who want to pursue an international career in a very dynamic environment.
Applicants are encouraged to submit their CVs
Or to the contact person located at the terminal of interest.