With a portfolio that spans the world, our opportunities are just as varied
You could be working at a production site in Alaska or improving the processes for a Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) project halfway around the world. Our engineers pioneer the latest technologies in new developments and existing operations. And we work in some of the world’s most remote locations and in our own technology centres. As an experienced engineer, you can decide to progress as a technical expert, or move into management. In either case, we reward innovation with opportunity and value the contribution different people make.
At BP, we believe that by investing in people and technology, we can achieve remarkable things. Join us in Engineering and you’ll be part of a team that shares expertise and encourages you to develop new ideas. We also provide structured development opportunities so you can progress and reach your personal and professional goals. The number and variety of our projects and assets are growing, and so is our need for more talented engineers.
Civil Engineers more
You’ll provide specialist discipline engineering support both onshore and offshore aimed at both civil and structural infrastructure. Your responsibilities will include geohazard assessment, foundation design, onshore building design, onshore road and well pad design as well as offshore fixed and floating structures. We’ll ask you to ensure full understanding and effective control of the technical integrity and project delivery risks.
Electrical Engineers more
At BP, you’ll have a key role in major capital projects and production plant operations. Your goal will be to deliver safe, predictable and reliable performance from power generation and distribution systems. These are challenging roles that will introduce you to leading technical developments.
Instrument, Control and Automation Engineers more
Join us and you’ll work on a variety of systems from the most basic to the most advanced, leading-edge control systems, instrument protection systems, measurement and industrial communication systems. The work takes in design, operations and maintenance for all of BP’s assets onshore and offshore.
Mechanical & Materials Engineers more
Join us and you’ll assure system and component level life cycle integrity. From major project delivery through ongoing operations, you’ll maximise production efficiency on all mechanical systems such as rotating equipment, pressure vessels, valves, piping, heat exchangers and storage tanks requiring detailed knowledge of stress, fracture mechanics, fatigue and component life analysis.
Pipeline Engineers more
You’ll work on the design and project management of major onshore and offshore pipeline system projects. Your goal will be to integrate a range of other discipline engineering inputs to ensure full understanding and effective control of the technical integrity and project delivery risks. Pipeline engineers also provide key support to pipeline system operation and management of ongoing pipeline integrity.
Process Engineers more
With BP, you’ll be in a position to work on all upstream assets and major projects both onshore and offshore. The challenges you’ll face are varied and you can expect to be involved in separation, distillation, thermodynamics and heat transfer, oil treatment, gas treatment and liquid recovery as well as gas to liquids. You’ll also find our technology application and process simulation will test your skills and give you new challenges.
Process Safety Engineers more
We rely on our Process Safety Engineers to provide a focus on hazard evaluation for our operations and projects worldwide. This is a key role to ensure the risk from our activities is managed correctly and that we are compliant with our company and legislative standards.
Reliability & Maintenance Engineers more
Managing maintenance and reliability are essential to BP’s progress. Our maintenance roles include engineers and team leaders. Join us and you could be involved in the development and improvement of work methods, the development of maintenance procedures with technical documentation, or in developing maintenance spare programmes for critical equipment. The primary responsibility of the Reliability Engineer is to identify and manage asset reliability risks that could have an impact on plant or business operations. Our objectives would include loss elimination, risk management, and life-cycle management associated with total cost of ownership principles.
Structural Engineers more
At BP, you’ll assure system and life cycle integrity from initial concept development through to operations and finally decommissioning. This requires a complete understanding of industry codes, best practices and advanced structural analysis techniques.
Subsea Engineers more
You’ll be involved in operations and support for facilities, installation, control/automation, umbilicals, risers, pipelines and hardware. Your work will vary from general operations to highly specialised tasks requiring detailed knowledge of dedicated subsea hardware. In such a dynamic discipline our engineers benefit from structured training and constantly learn new techniques and advances in technology.
You’ll find these opportunities at our facilities around the world, including Alaska, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, Gulf of Mexico, Indonesia, North Africa, North Sea, Middle East, Russia, Trinidad, United Kingdom, United States and at our Technology Centres in Houston and London.
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This is your chance to play a pivotal part in managing and operating our pipelines around the world.