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BP Australia

3.8
  • #5 in Mining, energy, oil and gas
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2020/2021 Electrical Engineering Internship programme

Kwinana, Perth
As an Electrical Engineering Intern with bp, you will experience a structured program with on-the- job learning and development training.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
1
Start Date
30 Nov 2020

Application dates

Applications Open
27 Jul 2020
Applications Close
21 Aug 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
65 - 74% WAM (Credit)
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Electrical & Electronic Engineering

About the role

For penultimate year students, our paid 12-week internship program will run from late November 2020 to February 2021. Whichever route you choose, you'll get a role which will add value to our business – with your own responsibilities and an opportunity to shine.

Our internships give you an insight into the real world of business. You'll do real work and projects that that impact BP, our stakeholders and our customers. In some instances, you might also be able to take on casual work after you've completed your internship with us.

You'll benefit from a structured programme of work with real responsibility. You'll experience on-the- job learning, along with development training to suit your role. Working across teams and functions, you'll enjoy access to some of the most talented people in their fields. We'll provide you with on-going support and we'll reward you for the great work you do.

We have one (1) available position for an Electrical Engineering Intern within our 2020/2021 programme. As an Electrical Intern with bp Kwinana, you can expect to:

  • Be mentored and work alongside with a highly motivated team of refinery professionals.
  • Develop small projects from conception to installation
  • Site based application of the concepts learnt at University.
  • Build working relationships with professionals and Vacation students from other disciplines and learnt how to act together to achieve refinery's objectives.

About you

We look for students with well-rounded life experiences. Your strong academic results will be supported by some work experience - everything from customer service to industry experience is great! You'll have strong organisational skills, and the ability to deliver results in a collaborative environment. Your agility to learn and adapt will be key, along the energy and ownership to make the most of this fantastic opportunity.

  • Be an Australian citizenship or permanent resident
  • Have academic results of credit average (65) or above
  • be in your penultimate year of study
  • be studying a relevant degree type

About the application process

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 21st August 2020 (AWST). Please note that applications will be screened as they come in. The assessment process will include:

  • A review of your written application,
  • A verbal, numerical & mechanical reasoning and safety test,
  • An on-Demand Video Interview (completed in your own time within a set timeframe).

These assessments will determine if you receive an invitation to attend an assessment Centre, to be held virtually on Thursday 10th September 2020. Candidates will only receive verbal feedback on their application if they attend an Assessment Centre.

BP is an equal opportunity employer. BP Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia's First people. We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for this role and all other current vacancies.

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Commercial acumen is vital. Even if you’re not planning on going into purely financial roles, having a basic understanding of how the numbers work can only be to your benefit.

Nadina Brockhurst

  • Graduate stories
Commercial acumen is vital. Even if you’re not planning on going into purely financial roles, having a basic understanding of how the numbers work can only be to your benefit.

Nadina Brockhurst