Hot topics: our people

Hear more from our people in our downstream, upstream and supply & trading functions

  • Life as a shipping cadet

    Katie is a cadet sponsored by BP Maritime Services. She is nearing the end of the three year cadetship programme. Find out about her experiences

  • Employee profile: Iona Zalissetskaia

    Iona Zalissetskaia shares her story of being a shipping cadet

  • Celebrating achievement: Aleida Rios

    As a proud mum of three that brings energy to the world, Aleida Rios has proven that hard work and a desire to succeed can allow anyone to break barriers within the workplace

  • BP graduate life: Ross O’Brien

    Mechanical engineer Ross is in his third year on the UK Downstream challenge programme

  • Supporting development: Naty Figueroa

    BP America’s Naty Figueroa talks inclusion, diversity and striving for excellence

  • Engineering perspectives

    On International Women in Engineering Day, completion engineer Diana talks about her role at BP

  • My career: Bo Chen

    Bo Chen, Group Research engineering advisor and BP-MIT relationship manager, based at the BP Bioscience Center, talks about her passion for science and engineering and the opportunities that BP has brought her

  • Voices from the slope

    To mark the 40th anniversary of oil production at Prudhoe Bay, BP people who were there at the beginning talk about producing energy for America in one of the harshest environments in the world

  • From combat soldier to financial analyst: Jonathan's story

    BP’s MPP is designed to strike a good balance between giving candidates tangible roles with clear responsibility and also allowing them the time and space to get up to speed with sector knowledge

  • From soldiering to supply and trading: Leanne's story

    BP’s MPP is designed to strike a good balance between giving candidates tangible roles with clear responsibility and also allowing them the time and space to get up to speed with sector knowledge

  • From Signals to solutions

    After leaving the army, former soldier Tania applied the skills she learned in the military to help her succeed at BP

  • From discovery week to internship to graduate trader

    Learn what inspired George Buff to join our IST graduate programme

  • A day in the life: Anne Devlin

    Anne Devlin, 43, is a crude oil trader for BP International. She lives in West Hampstead, London, with her husband and two children, aged seven and four

  • My career—Angela John

    Angela John explains how a career in engineering has opened up a wealth of opportunities for her at BP.

  • Twenty one years and counting

    Kelli talks about her career at BP

  • Women in STEM: Rachel Fort

    Rachel Fort, Development technologist at BP Castrol talks about her career and her passion to attract more women into STEM careers

  • Working for Parity: Overcoming the gender challenge in Brazil

    On International Women’s Day in 2015, BP Brazil held a networking event to attended by some 600 female employees to better understand the issues women were facing and also to develop a positive action plan to affect change

  • Why BP? : Luis

    Engineering manager Luis discusses meeting new people and experiencing different cultures since joining BP

  • Why BP? : Leigh-Ann

    As BP Drilling Engineering Manager, I was accountable for all drilling engineering activity across the North Sea. I led a team of about 40 engineers doing all the planning and design engineering for our North Sea wells

  • Why BP? : Judy

    More than anything, I want to be a role model for women in engineering. I want our young female engineers to know that, although it seems that the oil and gas industry is male-dominated, there is a place for you. My advice is to work hard and set your goals high, and success will come with time.

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