Posted on :
14 Jun, 2013
14 Jun, 2013
Are you energised by engineering, stimulated by science or blown away by business? If you are, you’ll want to be part of our graduate programme in Southern Africa! If you are, then BP is the right place for you!
BP South Africa’s Downstream Challenge Programme offers the opportunity to develop in key areas of the business and secure yourself a career in one of the world’s major energy companies.
What is the Downstream Challenge Programme?
Downstream Challenge is BP’s early development programme for technical and professional disciplines within the downstream segment. The aim of the programme is to build fully competent independent professionals within the disciplines to support the business delivery across the South African Business. It is a competency based-based programme which provides graduates with practical experience and formal learning while building discipline foundations.
Downstream Challenge covers the following areas:
There are three general disciplines we recruit into – engineering, science and business. But the opportunities within each of these are incredibly diverse. So whichever area you join us in, you could find yourself applying your talents at any point in the energy supply chain.
How long will I be a Challenger?
Downstream Challenge can last between two and three-and-a-half years and may consist of rotations depending on the business discipline requirements. The actual time could be longer or shorter depending on individual circumstances and experience.
By the end of the programme you must be able to:
What opportunities does the Downstream Challenge Programme provide?
We believe Downstream Challenge offers you a head start in the company with fantastic opportunities:
We want to recruit recent graduates with less than one year’s post-qualification experience who:
How to apply
Applications for the 2014 Downstream Challenge programme will open at the end of June and close on Friday, 30 August 2013
You’ll find more information about the downstream businesses and our Graduate Programme at BP’s website: www.bp.com/grads/za