Refineries, plant and Group Technology functions around the world depend upon their Metallurgists. They, after all, specialise in the use, maintenance, repair and renewal of metallic materials. By analysing failures, selecting materials for new equipment and troubleshooting across all manner of problems, their skills continually prove invaluable to our business.
To join them, you’ll need a science degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science, Metallurgical Engineering or a similar subject, and have a 3.0/4.0 overall GPA. But these aren’t purely academic roles, and your success will depend upon your willingness to learn, your drive to deliver results and your belief in teamwork, as well as your technical know-how.
Going there, and beyond.
Where will your career take you? Or where will you take your career? At BP, everyone enjoys every possible opportunity to make the most of the many career opportunities that come their way. This is particularly true of Metallurgy, where you’ll explore BP from a variety of different perspectives. Your experiences during your graduate program will inform your future career choices. Whether you decide upon Upstream or Refining & Marketing, you’ll have gained a broad understanding of Metallurgy and its significance to the BP operation as a whole.
Preparing you for the future
We take your training and development very seriously indeed. New discoveries, new innovations and new ways of working arise all the time. It’s essential that you stay abreast of them. Of course, you won’t just deepen your technical knowledge. Formal training will be tailored to your individual needs, job rotations will expose you to different areas of BP, feedback and appraisals will give you an idea of your progress and personal mentoring will help you make the most of your career choices and interpersonal skills. The challenges ahead are numerous. We’ll ensure you approach them with confidence and excitement.