Integrity drives everything we do.

At Spire, we're changing the energy space for good. That starts with Spire employees. Each and every one of us is committed to a high level of integrity.  Because the only way to serve is to deliver what's right. The right answers for the right reasons.

Our commitment to diversity.

At Spire, we recognize, value and maximize the diverse talents, contributions and perspectives of individuals in our workplace and foster the inclusion of those views to drive exceptional business results, high employee satisfaction and superior experiences. We embrace diversity and inclusion to positively impact our culture by improving collaboration, enhancing engagement and productivity, and inspiring greater creativity and innovation among all employees for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Part of having a diverse culture includes employing and advancing qualified individuals with disabilities. If you have a disability, and may require a reasonable accommodation for this position, feel free to email us at

What makes you different makes us better.

Spire thrives on a diversity of perspectives, talents and experience. It’s how we bring our best to each other, our customers and our communities. Because it’s the strength of our collective energy that moves all of us forward.  Here's what guides us in our commitment to diversity.

  • Build upon our core values of diversity and inclusion to create a competitive advantage as we grow
  • Develop diversity in thought and talent through recruitment, retention and development
  • Hold all employees, suppliers, contractors and other stakeholders accountable for our commitment
  • Diversity and inclusion and celebrate our successes

We pledge the following policy for all personnel and applicants for employment. Spire will hire, place, upgrade, transfer, promote, recruit, solicit for employment, treat during employment, pay and otherwise compensate, select for training and development and lay off or dismiss without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or information protected by the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (“GINA”), or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.