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Employees rate Indianapolis 12.3% lower than the overall average
I worked at Rolls-Royce as an intern (Less than a year)
Great internship experience with lots of opportunities to move around once in the door.
There is a lot of red tape in the aerospace industry in order to ensure safety and security that can occasionally be frustrating
I applied online. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Indianapolis, IN (US)).
The hiring process took about 10 weeks from application to offer acceptance. It was the most unorganized process I've ever experienced, but I'd like to think this is due to 1 inefficient recruiter.
Applied in August and received an email request for a phone interview 2 weeks later. About a week later I received an email request from a different recruiter for a face-to-face interview in Indianapolis. Within a day or so they had organized my flight and hotel and forwarded me interview confirmation.
I interviewed about a week later.
The interview was easy. They asked questions about my background, told me about the position and their expectations and gave me a brief tour of the facility. Most of the discussion was me asking questions.
The day after my interview I received an email from the initial phone interview recruiter stating that I will no longer be in contact with her (or the second recruiter) but will need to contact a new person going forward. okay....
I received an offer the next day via phone, but didn't receive the letter for a week. I countered the very next day and didn't receive an update for a week. This negotiation untimeliness made this process extremely long and tiring. When I was lucky enough to get in touch with the new recruiter she was disorganized and untimely. We went back and forth over PTO, base salary and start date. Start date constantly changed because it took so long for them to counter.
Final paperwork was signed on week 10 and I started 2-3 weeks later.