- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Birmingham 5.3% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Rolls-Royce as an intern (Less than a year)
HPC (high performance culture) is quite highly thought of here
All the engineers are knowledgeable
Incredible experience to work in the projects
Procedures are the biggest bug bare i have here. Endless and incredibly against any for of change, regardless of the fact that it could be a typo in a document, or even a minor improvement
Resource is incredibly limited. I am currently assigned the workload equal to that of 8 engineers, and I'm an intern..
Pay isn't very high, even for non-intern roles
Advice to Management
Less focus on profit, as it feels like there won't be much of a company in the future because everyone experienced will leave as they can get better pay elsewhere, and when the newcomers come in they will get easily confused over the endless procedures.
Regardless, i thoroughly enjoy my time there and the experience is priceless
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Birmingham, England) in June 2016.
Apply followed by 5 numerical/psychometric tests.
Then an assessment centre consisting of a test, and 2-3 interviews followed by a group exercise. It wasn't very strenuous as long as you be yourself, show up on time and looking smart. I also advise preparing for the presentation that you have to do in one of the interviews. The presentation is 10 minutes which you could blag, it works sometimes but it's much better to prepare.
No negotiation seeing as this was for an internship role, I felt privileged enough to get offered a role at the company