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Projects to challenge you. People to inspire you. Training to develop you. BP offers everything you need for a rewarding career
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As one of the most successful energy companies in the world, with operations in over 80 countries, we are ideally placed to meet the broadest range of career aspirations.

For a start, our extraordinarily complex business depends upon continuous innovation. This means you can expect to work on some of the most technically and commercially challenging projects within the energy sector. Take, for instance, the way we’re using the latest technology to manage risk and enhance our safety levels – our new wireless probes provide state-of-the-art corrosion monitoring and management in all our refineries. Or, there’s our advanced biofuels business, which converts sustainable feedstock to energy.

You’ll enjoy a culture of collaboration and respect. Working across teams, functions, countries and even continents, you’ll enjoy access to some of the most talented people in their fields. Equally, you’ll be valued for your skills and expertise. Collective success is rewarded and diversity is highly valued. So we’ll welcome your ideas and opinions, trust you to do your job and treat you with genuine respect and consideration.

We recognise that you have a life outside work. We have a variety of flexible working arrangements such as part-time and flexible hours that may be available. We also support family-friendly policies (such as career breaks and adoption leave) so people can contribute to their families without compromising their professional development.