- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at TTP full-time
Supportive, creative and forward thinking work environment. Puts people first, empowers them and encourages ideas contribution.
Second to none support during Coronavirus crisis with home-working, on site food trucks for those needing to be in, and total commitment to employee safety.
Great benefits and employee share ownership.
Fairly flat management structure. Could continue to work on career progression for those not just motivated by being recognised for their technical excellence.
Advice to Management
To continue to listen to their employees and support them as they have done so well during the Coronavirus crisis.
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at TTP (Melbourn, England) in January 2020.
Very technical. Split into 3 1-hour one-on-one interviews, who go through your CV and pick up technical projects and dig into it, or ask standard technical questions (bathtub emptying, how does [generic appliance like dishwasher/microwave] work?).
Overall, the answers they were looking for relied on a lot of academic knowledge. Common questions relied on recalling principles such as Navier-Stokes, Moody charts, Bernoulli, and Electro-thermodynamics. Very high-level scientific, meaning they looked at diving into the maths of certain problems, often asking to solve an issue or find an equation that could describe certain behaviours. Felt like a harder undergraduate university interview. 2nd or 3rd year university knowledge required.
They look for academic excellence. Generally impersonal interviews, not looking for any differentiation in work experience or education, purely on technical ability. Although, the stage after this one was supposed to be an HR one, so probably more personal.