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School leaver opportunities in Supply and Trading:

At BP developing and producing energy resources that benefit people the world over is our motivation – it’s what drives us.

The role of the Supply and Trading discipline at BP is to to enhance performance and maximise the value of the groups assets through distinctive supply, commodity trading, risk management and information technology, underpinned by a world-class finance, control and compliance infrastructure.

The BP Supply and trading school leaver programme offers an ideal platform for top performers to work in a trading business. 

School leaver opportunities

The supply and trading school leaver programme is an alternative to university that provides you with the relevant skills and experiences needed to succeed in a business role. You will receive the appropriate development needed to be a high performing and valued employee.

What you can expect:

You will receive a 5-year structured training and development programme. As part of the programme you would complete four job four job rotations in front office roles and have the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of commercial activity in our oil, gas and shipping sectors.

Your rotations could include:

• Analysing Market Data.

• Working with Product Control

• Supporting operations team on a trading bench

• Working with the derivatives marketing team

• Supporting commercial trading as part of a financial team

You would be placed in a front office role as an active member of your team. You will receive on the job learning and be line managed and coached by senior members of your team.

Your roles will be varied making sure that you develop the appropriate level of core skills to ensure you have a successful career in our business. On a day to day basis you will be learning a range of transferable business skills such as communication, problem solving, numeracy and IT skills that will make you a well-rounded professional.

School Leaver Programme and beyond:

At the end of the 5-year programme we will help you secure a permanent role in the organisation in your chosen occupation. Alternatively, for those interested in a career in trading you will have the opportunity to become a Trader post the programme.

Apprenticeships

BP Supply and Trading do not currently offer an apprenticeship programme. 

Salary & benefits

As well as a starting salary of £25,000 plus an inner London allowance, you can look forward to a number of benefits including a daily lunch allowance, competitive pension and subsidised gym membership.

Requirements

To be eligible for the BP Supply and Trading School Leaver programme you must be on track to achieve 128 UCAS from 3 full A Levels or equivalent. All subjects are accepted excluding general studies. 

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BP London, UK
08 Jan, 2019
School Leaver Programmes
The supply and trading school leaver programme is an alternative to university that provides you with the relevant skills and experiences needed to succeed in a business role. You will receive the appropriate development needed to be a high performing and valued employee. Development The supply and trading school leaver programme aims to provide you with the foundations to build a long term, successful career with us. You will be placed in 4 different front office roles as an active member of your team. You would receive on the job learning and be line managed and coached by senior members of your team. The programme offers: A 5 year structured training and development programme. Four job rotations in front office roles and have the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of commercial activity in our oil, gas and shipping sectors such as: Analysing market data Working with product control Working with the derivatives marketing team Supporting commercial trading as part of a financial team A buddy and a mentor will be assigned to you to help support and advise you on your desired career path. We will work with you to determine the best career path that could take you into commercial operations, trading or other parts of supply and trading. At the end of the 5 year programme we will help you secure a permanent role in the organization in your chosen occupation. Alternatively, for those interested in a career in trading you will have the opportunity to become a trader. Requirements We look for school leavers with A-Level ABB or above grades, International Baccalaureate 27 or above or a BTEC Extended Diploma DDM or above along with the determination and passion it takes to flourish. Please be advised that 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   graduate opportunities .
BP London, UK
08 Jan, 2019
Degree Apprenticeship
Role synopsis 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 an HR career at BP is always going to be exciting, challenging and full of incredible opportunities.  On this four-year programme, you’ll split your time between a number of exciting roles. Each role will give you a comprehensive introduction to BP, our businesses and our HR function. In these rotational roles, you’ll gain knowledge of the sub-disciplines within HR, and develop the technical, business and behavioural skills you’ll need to become a well-rounded HR professional.  Your first 12 months: building skills Your first year will be spent in HR services to give you a fundamental appreciation of how HR operates, developing your understanding of HR policy, advice, systems, process and employee experience. This foundation will be invaluable as you move into your next rotations. The next 36 months: broadening your development Your first year is followed by two rotations in a specialist or business facing HR role, depending on the requirements of your study plan and available opportunities across HR at the time. Aligning with our graduate programme You will be developed alongside our HR graduates and will part of that broader early career community .If you meet the programme requirements and successfully complete your Business Management degree, you’ll formally graduate from the programme after four years.  After qualifying: a rewarding career Beyond formal early career programmes, BP employees tend to move roles  every two to four years (subject to performance and experience).    We are committed to providing the guidance and tools to support your continued development and success.     Throughout your career at BP, there will be many options for further development.  Whichever route you choose to take, we can offer you a very rewarding career. Requirements To be successful in this role you must be committed and motivated to studying towards a Business Management degree qualification. You should have a high level of general commercial awareness and need to a) be able to deliver first class client service, b) work effectively as part of a team, c) demonstrate an ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing, and d) be well organised with the ability to prioritise your own workload.    In addition, we are looking for candidates demonstrating an equal balance of EQ (Emotional Intelligence), IQ and Drive.