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Employees rate London 20.9% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Rolls-Royce full-time (Less than a year)
Rolls Royce pay for my training in college to receive my Engineering Qualifications. Next year I have to move to Derby, but the company are helping me out massively. There is a great sense of care and time given to employees, especially apprentices where we are helped every step of the way. I can not wait to qualify and start my career with Rolls...This is definitely a company or life. If you're young and looking for an Engineering apprenticeship, don't hesitate to apply. By far one of, if not the best apprenticeship in the country.
low starting pay (But many pay rises depending on performance of apprenticeship), as i'm based in London its hard to meet my apprentice leader as he is based in Derby
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (London, England) in March 2017.
The interview process is very hard... for good reason; Rolls only want the best! i had to sit 3 online exams, a telephone interview. after getting through these stages I had to go to an Assessment Day.
We had many group and individual tasks, which were closely monitored and scored accordingly. I also had to have 4 separate face to face interviews where i was expected to know lots of Engineering based information and also to show a portfolio of work/bring a project in.
All in all, the interview process was extremely hard but nothing beats the feeling after the phone call telling you you've made it !