BP Job Application

Online Job Application Process

You can get the chance to work at BP by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of BP which offers entry-level and managerial positions.

Our talented individuals explore, develop and produce oil and natural gas

In the UK we’re involved in the safe and reliable exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas. We transport, sell and trade energy products. We develop and manufacture petrochemicals for industrial and consumer goods. We market fuels and trade energy-related commodities and our Castrol arm produces lubricants. We also carry out research into efficient fuels and lubricants and produce low carbon biofuels.

To do all this, we employ some 15,000 people in the UK. Talented men and women from varying backgrounds working in a host of environments including bustling trading floors, state-of-the-art laboratories and offshore platforms. But whatever their role and wherever they work, we enable all our people to thrive by providing an environment that fosters trust and co-operation, as we work together to tackle the energy challenges of today and tomorrow.

BP spends over 40% of our total research and development budget – some £175m a year – in the UK, channelled through our three major technology centres in Sunbury, Pangbourne and Hull.

Britain is home to some of the world’s leading academic institutions and we are proud to work with over 20 British universities on leading-edge research. In 2012 we committed more than £60m to research the new materials needed by the energy industry of the future, founding the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials with Manchester University, the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London

Apply Online BP Jobs

You can be a member of BP family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application page where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Our locations

From trading floors to refineries, laboratories to offshore rigs, BP’s business interests in the UK reflect the global nature of our organisation, covering all our core activities.

Hull

Hull is home to some of BP’s most innovative and cutting edge operations – whether that’s researching new biofuels, or manufacturing acetic acid for a variety of products such as paints, adhesives and solvents. It’s also home to the Hull research and technology centre (HRTC), where new technologies for producing petrochemicals are developed, tested and piloted.

All of this activity is reflected in the wide variety of roles available for talented professionals, as we seek to extend our world-class capabilities.

London

Because our work in London is as diverse as the city itself, we look for people with many different skills.
A bustling cosmopolitan city, London is one of the world’s leading financial centres.
It’s a hub of arts, entertainment, world-class cuisine, history and, of course, tourist attractions that include Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey and the Shard – to name just a few.

St James’s Square

BP’s global headquarters – home to more than 500 people – are in St James’s Square, a leafy enclave in the historic centre of London, within easy reach of Piccadilly Circus tube station. The site accommodates board and executive management, together with the key corporate and business functions teams.

Our business infrastructure underpins everything BP does and our business support teams are integral to keeping us at the head of our industry. BP needs people with sound business minds, who are great communicators and who are at their best when working as part of a busy, collaborative team.

Canary Wharf

Our Supply and trading City-facing function is based in the 20 Canada Square building in Canary Wharf.

Canary Wharf is an area of ex-docklands that was redeveloped into a secondary financial centre for London in the late 1980s. It’s home to some of the city’s tallest skyscrapers and the London headquarters of many of the world’s largest financial institutions.

20 Canada Square is a purpose-built trading and financial office with state-of-the-art technology and facilities. It is one of the only trading environments in the world to operate a ‘thin-building’ design, whereby all major technology hardware, equipment and data storage is housed offsite. This minimizes the building’s power usage and carbon emissions, as well as maximizing data protection. 20 Canada Square has received awards for its ‘Green Office’ initiatives.

Facilities in the office include a BP subsidised restaurant and cafe, 72 meeting rooms, three treatment (first aid) rooms, shower and locker rooms, ample breakout space and views over the Millennium Dome and Canada Square Park.

We look for high-calibre people with a diversity of skills. Those with expertise in supply and trading, trading analytics, and trading operations, as well as marketing professionals, IT specialists and a whole range of other professionals work together to make an important contribution to our business here. We look for positive team players with plenty of ambition, along with strong analytical and interpersonal skills.

Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is home to our retail business and also our fuels business.
There are around 1,200 BP service stations in the UK – some 300 of these are owned and operated directly by BP and the rest by our dealer partners. We support all these service stations, as well as various fuel terminals strategically located around the UK.
Milton Keynes plays a vital role in BP’s UK fuels value chain, ensuring that the different fuels we produce reach Britain’s motorists efficiently and effectively.

A day in the life of the UK fuels value chain
This involves understanding customer behaviours and creating maximum value from our physical assets, such as our terminals, pipelines and retail sites. It also involves storing, handling, transporting, supplying and pricing our fuels.

All this requires enormous effort, which is why we employ over 250 people in Milton Keynes in areas such as marketing, merchandising, finance, HR, logistics, distribution and supply chain to keep everything running smoothly.

North Sea

Since the mid-1960s BP has been a leading operator in the North Sea. Our diverse upstream portfolio includes over 20 fields, four pipeline systems and three onshore oil and gas terminals.
Over the past 50 years BP has led the way in discovering and developing the Region’s oil and gas – helping to secure the country’s energy needs for decades to come. BP was awarded its first offshore license in 1964. Within three years, the North Sea saw its first offshore gas production, sparking a revolution that would change the energy landscape of Northern Europe.

50 years in the North Sea
Over the past fifty years, we have grown from an office of 15 people, to a regional employee base of over 3,000. We have invested £35billion and have been proud to help UK companies springboard into international markets.

Today, we remain focused on maximizing the economic recovery of the North Sea Region through safe and reliable operations.

Pangbourne

Shetland

Sunbury & Bedfont Lakes

Swindon

BP Application Form/PDF

You can check whether there is printable application form available for BP and you can download it if there is one. You can either submit the application form in person or you can send it via email.

How to Apply for BP Jobs;

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