A remarkable heritage and an exciting future
From onshore facilities in Canada to offshore rigs in the North Sea and new deepwater leases in Australia, BP’s list of ground-breaking projects continues to grow – and so does our need for talented people. Our current projects portfolio includes over 32 projects for start up in the next few years which will add millions of barrels production. We have one of the most diverse portfolios in the world. Our operations literally span the globe – and wherever we are our people have opportunities to learn, develop and build the skills that BP needs now and in the future.
At BP, you’ll be able to work in Operations and in our Global Projects Organisation (GPO). We’ve established GPO to share expertise and best practice across our global portfolio and ensure the safe design and delivery of our largest projects.
When you begin a role, we take into account your professional and personal goals – and help you find the best ways of reaching them. But your first project is only the start. With BP, you can be part of some of the most exciting technical challenges in the world and work with an experienced team who will freely share their knowledge and expertise with you. We’re influencing the future of our industry, and so could you.
At BP, our Project Engineers help us to deliver projects and supervise contractors’ execution of engineering design, equipment and materials procurement, module fabrication as well as transportation and construction. Join us and you’ll manage design changes, ensure technical and commercial issues are resolved and the plant complies with all BP and statutory requirements. You’ll also take the lead in Health, Safety and the Environment performance and ensure the highest standards in all compliance matters. Reporting to a senior delivery project or construction manager, you may be asked to lead teams of internal BP or contractor’s engineers.
Project Managers are fully accountable for the delivery of smaller projects or portions of a larger project, such as facilities (onshore or offshore), pipelines, marine vessels or subsea systems. Project Managers could take on significant sub-components of overall project facilities. Typically, we employ two or more project managers on every larger project. Project Managers and their remit reflect the scope, scale and complexity of the project. For example, if you join us as a Senior Project Manager, you’ll deliver projects on larger programmes and generally have Project Managers and Project Engineers responsible for sub-component delivery reporting to you.
Project Services Managers
As a Project Services Manager, you’ll act as a key integrator – ensuring project estimates, budgets, schedules, financials and staffing are consistent with project plans. You’ll be essential to our project leadership and manage many of the project management processes and tools. We’ll also ask you to co-ordinate all costs, scheduling, risk identification, change management and reporting for the project.
We have opportunities in 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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The Global Projects Organization designs and delivers BP’s world-class projects.