Monday, 11 July 2016

BP Graduate Opportunities 2016

Downstream Challenge is BP’s early career graduate 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 36 months and consists of rotations depending on the business requirements.

The actual time could be longer or shorter depending on individual circumstances and experience.

We believe Downstream Challenge offers you a head start in the company with a fantastic set of opportunities such as structured training and other opportunities to develop competencies within your chosen discipline, as well as proactive support and coaching for your development from your Line Manager and chosen Mentor.
Location: Johannesburg


  • Academic average of at least 65%
  • Knowledge of current discipline, specific trends, theories/approaches and benchmarks
  • Little or no professional work experience
Chemical Engineering Grad / Intern
  • A Bachelor degree Bsc / B Engineering in Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Downstream Challenge
Finance Grad / Intern
  • An honours degree in Finance / Accounting / Finance Management /Economics / BCom Management
Finance Downstream Challenge Programme 
Mechanical Engineering Grad / Intern
  • A Bachelor degree BSc/BEng in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Downstream Challenge
Sales and Marketing Grad / Intern
  • An honours degree in Sales / Marketing
Sales and Marketing Downstream Challenge Programme
Supply Chain Management / Logistics Grad / Intern
  • An honours degree in Supply Chain / Logistics
Supply Chain/Logistics Downstream Challenge

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