As a global energy business, we lead the world in powering a cleaner, more sustainable future. And as our business is so diverse, so are the types of people we employ: from engineers and geologists out in the field, to IT professionals, research scientists, financial traders, and retail workers.
Because of this, our teams come from all kinds of different cultures and backgrounds – so a career in Human Resources as a People & Culture Advisor is always going to be exciting, challenging and full of incredible opportunities.
About People & Culture (P&C)
At bp, our People & Culture professionals support the business to recruit, retain, and reward people who can keep us ahead of the global energy challenge. They also help build our internal capability by anticipating the demand for new skills. So of course, it is a business area that’s integral to our continued growth and development.
We’re committed to doing the right thing, working as one team, supporting our people’s development and creating a great place to work. And that’s in large part thanks to our P&C professionals. They act as critical thinkers and strategic business partners – drawing on their unique knowledge sets to offer advice, guidance and challenge to managers and employees on P&C strategy and every aspect of the employee lifecycle.
On our four-year P&C Degree Apprenticeship you’ll enjoy plenty of on-the-job experience, with 20% of your time dedicated to formal learning. On our P&C Degree Apprenticeship, we’ll pay for your Business Management degree. You’ll have the opportunity to take everything you learn from your studies and apply it directly to the business, which will help you develop your career as a P&C professional in a world-leading multi-national organisation.
Who are we looking for?
We believe in hiring people with the right core competencies and interest, rather than specific technical experience. That’s why, when it comes to our Degree Apprenticeship programme, we welcome applicants from a range of academic subject backgrounds.
Most importantly, we’re looking for people who have a real passion to work in a global business, and a drive to support the people aspects of our business agenda.
To be successful, you must be committed and motivated to studying towards a Business Management degree qualification. You must also have the ability to work on your own initiative – and be able to work co-operatively as part of a team. You’ll have a keen eye for detail, excellent written, verbal communication and numeracy skills, and the ability to plan ahead and prioritise your workload.
- You must be aged 18 or over at the start of the programme in September 2023
- If you're studying towards A-Levels or completing further education, you must be due to complete your qualification/s by September 2023 (we're unable to progress application for students who will be part way through their studies when the programme starts)
- A Levels at BBC or above (112 UCAS points) or BTEC extended diploma with DDM or access to HE Diploma
- GCSE Qualification A*-C or 9-4 in English & Maths
- Applicants with a Level 3 Apprenticeship qualification will also be considered
Details of any travel required as a part of your degree will be clarified during the selection process. We're happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments your may require.
This programme is designed for school leavers and other individuals who do not have a degree. If you are studying or have a degree, please apply to our student and graduate opportunities.