We are creating the leading independent offshore E&P company. Do you want to join us?

Aker BP is constantly evolving and has many innovative projects in the pipeline. That is why we’re always looking for smarter ways to work.

We want to avoid injuries, reduce emissions, increase efficiency, recovery rates and profitability. To do this, we must work together as one team, across departments, offices, disciplines and oil fields – with suppliers and in our alliances.

Aker BP needs diversity. Both when it comes to skills, experience and the way we think. We like to be challenged and to change ho we think. With us, you get an interesting and varied workday where you can contribute to developing the oil and gas industry.

It is important for us to facilitate personal growth. We make sure that you get the training you need when you start working for Aker BP, and give you opportunities to strengthen your skills and build your career.

At Aker BP, it is possible for employees to change positions within the company. This is how we ensure that experience is transferred to various fields, projects and functions.

What is it like to work at Aker BP?

In this video you will meet some of the people behind the team buidling the leading company on the Norwegian continental shelf.


Our employees are our most important resource. That is why we give high priority to competence development and personal growth. We develop both domain development and leaders, who will enable us to achieve our business goals.

Our employees should thrive at work. The work environment is inclusive and characterized by tolerance and good discussions. We need challengers with creative ideas, who see potentials and find smarter working methods.

In addition to professional challenges and development opportunities, we offer our employees a number of benefits that promote flexibility and life-work-balance. We have competitive salaries, an attractive shareholder program and good health and insurance schemes.

Students and graduates

Graduate positions

Will be advertised August 2021

As a recent graduate, you have important skills that Aker BP needs in the future. If we are going to remain at the forefront of the industry, it is crucial to have new graduates on the team.

With us, you will contribute to developing the oil and gas industry. We have ambitious goals and need innovative, creative and smart employees to achieve them. We have good internal training programs, including graduate programs, mentoring programs and a separate network for Young Professionals. The work environment is characterised by enthusiasm and team spirit. We appreciate new ideas and discussions that can make us even better.

Summer jobs

Will be advertised September 2021

The graduate positions are permanent jobs with extra focus on training in the first year. As a graduate, you get to participate in gatherings, network meetings and courses, which increase yourskills and understanding of the company and how we work.

Aker BP announces graduate positions for the following year in August with an application deadline in September.

Summer jobs
We believe that we have Norway’s best summer jobs. Over the course of 6-8 weeks, you will gain unique insight into exciting projects in the oil and gas industry.


We see it as part of our social responsibility to contribute to the development of both graduates, students and apprentices.


Will be advertised
December 2021

This is why Aker BP accepts apprentices every year. Over the course of two years, you will complete your apprenticeship in order to receive the trade certificate.

The positions are popular and will give you an introduction into the oil and gas industry. You will get interesting tasks, varied experience and be part of a positive and inclusive work environment.

The apprenticeships for 2021 will be in process, automation, electrical, mechanical, and telecommunications / data (computer electronics).

The positions will be announced here on 21 December 2020. The application deadline is 1 February 2021.

We joined process apprentice Halvard on his shift on board the Ivar Aasen platform, which is located in the North Sea.