We’re committed to providing education and career pathways for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples
BP Australia has a strong and proud history of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Through our Reconciliation Action Plan, we’re committed to our Indigenous communities in many ways. We’re proud to create career pathways and employment opportunities through internships, education and supplier partnerships, and by supporting the growth of Indigenous businesses.
"At BP I have the freedom to do meaningful work my way."
Ben – Wurundjeri clan
Working for BP
There are many things that make BP a great place to work. We support you to develop your career and we’re flexible to your needs outside of work.. BP supports our Indigenous employees with development plans, mentoring programs and opportunities to attend leadership and personal development training.
BP’s network is spread across Australia, meaning you could work almost anywhere. Working with BP means you have the potential to develop your skills and take your experience to another location if you need to move for study, work, community or personal reasons.
Every person in every role is responsible for making a difference to our local customer base, our local community and our business.
Join us, and you’ll enjoy a rewarding career and help Australia keep moving.
If you’re looking to get your foot in the door to an exciting career, you could work in one of our 1400 retail sites across Australia. We’ve got great in-house training, where you could be trained as a barista, or a customer service representative. There are also opportunities to move up, into team leader or store manager positions.
We provide opportunities to Indigenous tertiary education students and professionals and ensure we stand by them every step of way through their BP employment journey. Internships are available in a wide range of areas including communications, marketing, engineering, robotics, finance and IT. Our 12-week programme runs concurrently with our Internship programme from November to February, with a break over the Christmas and New Year period.