Closing Date: 03 August 2017
Location: Durban, East London, Pretoria, Cape Town

The aim of the Workplace Learner 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 learners with practical experience while building discipline foundations. The programme typically runs over 12 months.

Key accountabilities

  • To gain understanding of BP Fuels Value Chain (FVC) business operations and associated supporting functions.
  • To gain understanding of the BP Southern Africa business, specifically the business strategy and activities, and indicate how to add value to this.
  • To demonstrate basic up-to-date understanding of BP product knowledge and the
  • To learn and develop basic managerial skills and competencies required for future leadership.
  • To learn and develop basic technical skills and competencies to perform within the functional area.
  • To apply theory and technical skills to contribute to solving practical business challenges.
  • To deliver specific performance unit or functional unit tasks and activities as delegated by the hosting Line Manager.
Mechanical Engineering Grad / Intern  

  • BTech/ National Diploma/ relevant degree in: · Mechanical Engineering
    •  Knowledge of current discipline, specific trends, theories/approaches and benchmarks.
  •  Little or no professional work experience.

Apply Online for the BP Mechanical Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme

 Logistics Grad / Intern  

  • BTech/ National Diploma/ relevant degree in: Logistics

Apply Online for the BP Logistics Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme