Civil Engineers harness the forces of nature to build and operate technology for the benefit of humanity. At bp, our civil and structural engineers design, build and manage the integrity of our offshore and onshore structures and infrastructure whether fixed or floating. Our facilities are spread globally and you will work on jobs that range from local scale to projects of international significance. These facilities are essential to the production and delivery of energy from its natural state to the market and into society. bp has growing interests in low carbon energy production, including; onshore and offshore wind, solar power and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
A unique feature of this engineering discipline is that every single asset relies on the skills of our civil engineers. There is a lot to do! Join our teams and help deliver safe, reliable, sustainable and efficient energy during the life of our assets and our legacy beyond.
Your Role and Responsibilities
You will work within client and owner engineering teams either in a central hub or allocated to a specific facility. Your career will begin with a range of introductory experiences across the lifecycle of our assets which develop core engineering skills. Later, you will take on longer term roles in particular business areas that develop your career. This could be as a discipline specialist or into a range of related technical and managerial positions. Accordingly, your responsibilites will change a lot, but will likely include;
- Working within project teams to provide technical leadership, performance manage delivery by our contractor teams and verify technical integrity for new facilities and modifications to existing.
- Working at all stages of projects from concept identification and selection through development of definition, construction and handover to the start of operations.
- Developing new civil engineering technology, design tools and guidance
- Looking after the technical integrity of operating facilities
- Safely decommissioning and remediating facilities at the end of operations
To apply for this role, you’ll need a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Civil Engineering.We support all of our graduates to become chartered engineers. Therefore, it’s essential that your degree is accredited to MEng (or equivalent) level by the Engineering Council or Equivalent. To find out if your degree is accredited, please visit the links below. If you do not find your degree within one of the links below and you know that it is accredited then please continue to submit your application and we can confirm this for you.UK DEGREES ACCREDITED BY THE ENGINEERING COUNCILSIGNATORY MEMBERS OF THE WASHINGTON ACCORDDEGREES ACCREDITED BY EUR-ACE/ENAEEAdditional Requirements Information :
Essential Criteria :
You must be either:
- in your final year of your degree, or;
- you must have already graduated.
This is a UK based role.
Roles will be based at any of the following location(s): Sunbury, Aberdeen or other South of England BP Offices, which could include, but are not limited to: Swindon, Leatherhead, Central London and Milton Keynes.
In order to be considered for this role please ensure that you complete all parts of the education details in this application form. Please list all information for any degrees that you have studied or are currently studying.
Note: only select integrated master's if you have completed, or are completing, a four or five year integrated master's degree.
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