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BP Australia

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at BP Australia

7.7 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 16 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
My daily role is focused on Process Safety which is a specific area within Process Engineering. I have daily tasks and long term projects to deliver on. It is not as technically challenging as a unit Process Engineer role however you require a strong foundation in the processes in order to understand our Process Safety risks.
Graduate, Perth
I am satisfied with my role on a week-to-week/month-to-month basis. On a day-to-day basis I respond to requests from team members to collate and analyse company, market and industry data, and prepare presentations for business projects and requests. I also have opportunities to lead smaller projects and presentations that I identify a need for on a month-to-month basis. Overall, on a day-to-day basis my role can involve quite mundane activities that do not utilise my tertiary level education, but with a bigger picture view I see the benefit in my exposure to high-level concepts and business leaders as my team operates across the business.
Graduate, Melbourne
My day-to-day responsibilities are wide in scope and vary from strategic to operational work. I h ad a mixture of projects and BAU.
Graduate, Melbourne
I've been given projects to implement and run. My role is 30% admin, 50% project work and 20% adhoc activities.
Graduate, Melbourne
Not operational. My role changes as the work changes. A lot of planning work & evaluation of investments.
Graduate, Melbourne
I really enjoy my current role. Varied experiences and allows you to develop new and important skills
Graduate, Melbourne
Manage a team of 15 managers Responsible for a P&L
Midlevel, Melbourne
My role is operational and fulfils a company-specific function, not in line with my skills or interests.
Graduate, Melbourne