BP South Africa Careers, Jobs and Vacancies (6 Positions)
Posted: Sep 18, 2013
BP Vacancies, Jobs and Careers
BP is of one of the world’s largest energy companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items
BP is building a diverse workforce as a source of innovation, to create an inclusive work environment and to strengthen relationships with customers and communities. We welcome applications from talented men and women of all races and religions and with varied physical abilities or sexual orientations.
We believe in creating an environment where you can improve your mind, learn more, gain professional qualifications within your discipline, improve your resume, and work with and be inspired by like-minded individuals. It is important to follow guidelines on resourcing, as they are in accordance with BP’s values as an innovative, progressive, and performance-driven organisation.
This guidance ensures that BP continues to maintain high standards world-wide, and employ people with the best talents where their skills are most needed.
BP South Africa Careers, Jobs and Vacancies
There are 553 BP branded service stations, 26 depots and other distribution sites, including three coastal installations.
The company processes its crude oil through, and has a 50% stake in the South Africa Petroleum Refineries (Sapref) at Reunion, 16 kilometres south of Durban on the East Coast of South Africa. It also has a 50% holding in the South African Lubricants Manufacturing Company (SAMCO), and a lubricating and oil blending plant at nearby Island View.
BPSA employs some 1 300 people in South Africa, excluding those employed by Sapref, the refinery and the blending plant. Employees come from a wide variety of racial and cultural backgrounds incorporating over 10 distinct home languages.
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