We are applying the technical skills that have been developed in similar deepwater basins around the world extensively in our operations in Angola. We employ around 1,000 staff in Angola, of whom more than 70% are Angolan. With a strong foundation for long-term growth in Angola, we continue to recruit talented people and develop them in order to be the technicians, engineers and leaders of the future. You could play a key role in our future exploration and development success. Investing in and developing our people is a key priority for bp. Our purpose is reimaging energy for people and our planet.
We believe that our success in Angola is inherently linked to the development of our employees. That’s why we will invest heavily to help you develop your personal and professional skills in line with your interests and ambitions.
We’ll make sure that you’re recognized and competitively rewarded for your performance. Your salary will take into consideration your skills, knowledge and experience and will be reviewed once a year. In addition to salary, you’ll be entitled to the following allowances:
Angola’s Sonangol and bp have signed an agreement to progress to final investment decision the development of the Platina field in deepwater Block 18, offshore Angola
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