Posted on :
24 Jul, 2014
Downstream Challenge is BP’s early career development programme, and the aim of the programme is to build fully competent independent professionals within a discipline to support business delivery across the Southern Africa business. It is a competency based programme which provides graduates with practical experience and formal learning while building discipline foundations. In South Africa and Mozambique, the programme typically runs over 24 months and consists of rotations depending on the business requirements. The actual time could be longer or shorter depending on individual circumstances and experience.
Graduates joining the Southern Africa Downstream Challenge Programme will have the opportunity to learn and develop job related skills and competencies in their specific area of interest.
Key accountabilities will be determined when you join the programme.
Minimum BCom Honours degree in Economics, Business Science (Finance), Finance
Desirable criteria & qualifications Relevant Qualification
Minimum Honours degree (further post-graduate degree beneficial)
Less than 12 months working experience (this does not include tutoring, waitering etc)
Academic track-record (65%+ average)
Legally authorised to work in South Africa
EE and Diversity
Chemical Engineering Graduate Programme 56038BR
Commercial Graduate Programme 56074BR
Electrical Engineering Graduate Programme 56039BR
Environmental/Risk Management Graduate Programme 56042BR
Financial Accounting / Financial Management Graduate Programme 56017BR
Human Resources Graduate Programme 56014BR
Logistics/Transport Economics Graduate Programme 56040BR
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Programme 56037BR
Property Management Graduate Programme 56041BR
The following screens will guide you through the BP graduate programme application process.
Applicants must submit a detailed transcript of all courses completed and grades attained to date.
Before you submit your application you will have the opportunity to save your draft answers and return to them at a later stage. Once you have submitted your application, however, you will no longer have access to it. You can still view your personal profile details in your account.
Please note that when you apply online, you will be contacted by us via email using the address you have provided. Some email systems are configured to place emails from an unknown recipient into your Junk Email folder, so please ensure that you check your messages regularly and, if necessary, enable your system to receive emails from us.