You’ll join a company involved in exciting and technically challenging projects that will give you ongoing opportunities to build a flexible, long-term career, increase your knowledge and add to your skills. Your résumé/CV will reflect the scope of the opportunities we can offer. And you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re making a difference not only to your career, but to the world’s energy supply.
We’ll equip you with the skills you need to make good decisions and deliver results. And we’re committed to respecting individual differences and giving all our employees equal access to opportunities and challenges. Our teams work together decisively, responsibly and collaboratively to have an impact on the world.
bp Azerbaijan offers a very competitive reward package and additional monetary and non-monetary benefits. We will also support your ongoing career development through personal development planning, regular feedback and ongoing training.
Our modern, high-tech office in Baku, called bp Xazar Centre, brings together all our Azerbaijan employees under one roof. It is located in the Port Baku Development area along the Neftchilar Avenue.
The new office is equipped with the most advanced technology including advanced collaborative environment (ACE), which allows direct links with all bp remote facilities offshore and onshore, as well as tele-presence, secure printing facilities, e-booking of meeting rooms and VoIP (voice over IP) telephony.
Build your career with us. Working in bp Azerbaijan is more than a job; it is a career embedded with diversity and rewarding experiences.
bp today announced its support for a students’ competition aimed to promote innovative technology and business ideas and start-ups in Azerbaijan
We’re looking for people to join us in a variety of roles across our business, engineering, science and supply and trading functions
The president of Azerbaijan has inaugurated the Southern Gas Corridor, a vast pipeline network that will carry gas from the Caspian Sea to Turkey this year, and to Western Europe from 2020