All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Renishaw employees based on 177 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.7/5
 
Company Culture:
3.9/5
 
Career Progression:
3.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.1/5
 
Training:
3.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.6/5
 

Renishaw’s people are central to the success of our business and, over the past 40 years, our innovative, hard-working and loyal employees have helped to make Renishaw a highly successful, globally respected company. Many of our employees have worked with us for two or three decades, creating a wealth of specialised engineering expertise that can be shared with our newer recruits.  

We work hard to promote a workplace that encourages open communication and innovative thinking. As such we are able to ensure our people feel valued and can achieve their career goals. 

“Apply innovation” is a way of life for Renishaw employees, not just a strap-line. We have continued to protect our core businesses with exciting new patented technology and process developments whilst also diversifying into new product and market areas. 

At Renishaw we believe that our staff are vital to our success as a business and so we continually invest in the growth and development of our people. The development of our staff is one of the core values of the company. We believe that each employee should have the ability to grow and to reach their full potential. 

We have our own internal training academy where employees, including new graduates and apprentices, will spend time learning about our products and technologies and developing the necessary ‘soft’ skills to work closely with our customers.  

We believe that the development of highly skilled employees starts at a young age and Renishaw’s education liaison team works with local schools to encourage young people towards STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects and hopefully towards a future career in engineering.  

Renishaw constantly strives to recruit and develop talented individuals. We believe that this is as important to us as designing measurement and inspection equipment and software. Part of Renishaw’s ongoing success is due to its commitment to investing in the training and development of its staff. We are always looking for talented engineers to join our graduate scheme as well as commercial and scientific graduates.  

 


Number of Graduate Positions this year
50

Total number of company employees
4000 worldwide

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Locations
Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire; Woodchester, Stroud; Stonehouse, Stroud; Stone, Staffordshire; Miskin, South Wales

Contact Details +44(0)1453 522076
sam.bishop@renishaw.com
http://www.renishaw.com/en/renishaw-enhancing-efficiency-in-manufacturing-and-healthcare--1030

Contact: Sam Bishop

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Application Advice:

Being such a large company, Renishaw usually has positions for people from many diverse backgrounds. With regards to the graduate scheme, graduates with successful Renishaw experience are likely to be employed. Renishaw tend to prefer employing locally (Gloucestershire), and graduates from certain universities and with higher degree levels are preferred, as with most applications.

Interview Advice:

Showing enthusiasm for Renishaw products and their application within the market projects pro-activeness and the ability to learn quickly - two attributes that can carry you far at Renishaw - not to mention appropriate technical knowledge.

Graduate Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Present yourself well during the assessment day and look enthusiastic. Research the company is a must!

Manufacturing Graduate, GE6055 at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Complete the graduate scheme as it is the best opportunity you will get to explore so many different roles within such a short period of time allowing you to understand which areas you prefer.

Interview Advice:

Focus on technical knowledge.

Mechanical Design Engineer, Machine Tool at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show your enthusiasm for the role of an engineer, and a desire to want to solve actual engineering challenges, alongside looking to continuously improve your skills as an engineer and a co-worker.

Interview Advice:

Use examples of engineering projects you have been a part of (preferably outside of your curriculum). Show how you worked to solve an engineering challenge (either by yourself or in a team) and the lessons you learnt from these experiences.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show pro-activeness on CV.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and talkative.

Graduate Engineer, Project Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be optimistic and enthusiastic, do your research on the company before you apply and ensure your cv shows your attributes that best suit this job.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared, make sure you know the company and practice your vernier caliper skills!

Graduate Applications Engineer, Coordinate Measurement at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show an interest in technical problems. You don't need to know all the answers at interview, just be interested in finding out.

Interview Advice:

I was set two technical challenges but we went through the thought process on how to solve them together. They seemed most interested in the thought process and would help me out if I didn't know a critical piece of information.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Rotating around Depts. at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Thoroughly plan for the interview task and read around the company before attending the interview.

Interview Advice:

How would you describe yourself in 3 words? This was an interview question.

Graduate Project Coordinator, Encoders at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

If applying to physics grad scheme, brush up on basic physics knowledge e.g. the principles of interferometry & laser physics. Normally interviewers are looking for someone that has a decent level of real world physics/ engineering intuition with a little background knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Possible phone interview leading to an assessment day. Assessment day has a group assessment where you solve an engineering style problem in a team and then a face to face interview with 2 engineers.

Quite relaxed interview process but do a bit of rough research about the company and the industry that they're in.

Graduate Physicist/ Scientist, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

No default rotations on software stream, you need to drive your career yourself. The software graduate scheme isn't as well structured as Unilever or Tesco for instance, however given the relative size of the company it is more likely you will make a difference at Renishaw. Colleagues are all friendly, work is challenging but satisfying.

Software Engineer, Group Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Simple yet informative.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself... Remember your metrology (instruments and applications).

Graduate Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

It's okay if you get things wrong in the interview! I think they're trying to see how you think/approach problems rather then getting the right answer. Be inquisitive about the things that the company manufactures as it is unlikely you would have come across most of it previously.

, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Provide information that will make you stand out. E.g. extra-curricular hobbies, part-time jobs, relevant experience, language capabilities etc.

Commercial Graduate, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Stand out from the crowd and show an interest in the field.

Interview Advice:

Interview more based on past work and interest in the field, than on knowledge. I was asked a few token knowledge questions.

Graduate Engineer, Electronic Manufacturing at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be interested in the subject not just just the prospect of a career.

Interview Advice:

Hobbies are useful.

, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

To my knowledge, Renishaw take on a good amount of placements/summer students etc. - doing one of these first would be helpful, both for you getting to know them and them getting to know you.

Interview Advice:

I didn't have an interview; I did a project there and did it well, so they offered me a job based on that.

Graduate Software Engineer, AMPD Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

When you're interviewed they are not just checking your academic results but also if you would fit in with the rest of the team/department so make yourself likeable!

Interview Advice:

Talked about hobbies. Asked how I would deal with group tasks and how to keep them on track to achieve the goal.

Graduate Research and Development engineer, LCPD at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Enthusiasm for the role and knowledge of the company seemed particularly important.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Work hard in uni and get good grades. But importantly, be confident and explain what you would bring compared to the person you're competing against for the job.

Graduate Mechanical Enigneer, Machine Tools at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

- Try to aim for a division or product within the company that you find interesting. As this will give you a goal to aim for.

- Don't apply to be a graduate applications engineer if the mechanical graduate scheme is fully booked.

Interview Advice:

- Do your research on the history of the company.
- Be enthusiastic about the role you're applying for in the interview.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Be able to talk about anything that is on your CV.
Be able to articulate why you're applying for the specific job role.
Research the company, show that you take an interest.

Graduate Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research the company and its products on the website and make sure you know them and the science behind them well.

Interview Advice:

Again, make sure you know the science behind products in the area which you will be working. Make sure you know your CV well and can explain university projects, placements etc.

Physics/Scientific Graduate, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show both your technical and personal interests.
Apply early.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and open.
Talk about what interests you.
Get to know your interviewer as well as there is a good chance you will be working with them, find out why they are at the company.

Graduate Engineer, MTP at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

It's a very quick application process so it would be a waste not to.

Interview Advice:

It's relaxed and quite informal, so just enjoy the day. If it seems hard it's because they're trying to push you to find out how much you know.

Graduate Applications Engineer, MAPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Included information about types of work that you enjoy as well as an enthusiasm for the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Make sure to highlight any relevant project work or other experience as well as enthusiasm for the company and work involved.

Graduate Engineer, Measurement Automation Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Previous experience is useful, ability to apply and demonstrate technical knowledge is always beneficial.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Healthcare Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do proper research of what the company does, so you won't be disappointed.

Interview Advice:

Feel relaxed as everyone is quite open and easy going.

Software Engineer, MTP at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply as early as possible, if you don't hear back ring up and ask about your application.

Interview Advice:

The company is involved in a lot of different industries, try and understand what the company does and the history of Renishaw.

Commercial Graduate, Group Marketing Communications at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

- Research the company and their products. Renishaw has a lot of pride about their products.
- Make sure you contribute an adequate amount during the assessment day but don't be too enthusiastic and excitable.

Interview Advice:

- Are you a team player? Show leadership skills.
- Manufacturing questions and what you know about the company.
- Your experience in engineering.
- Are you good to work with?

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about what you do and your work.

Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

- Renishaw is looking for young engineers who have a knack of looking for novel and innovative solutions to problems.
- Renishaw is a very friendly employer; it has a relaxed and helpful atmosphere. They are looking for people who will fit in with this.

Interview Advice:

- I was given a 2 hour technical interview with a variety of technical questions spanning the main areas of electronic development.
- I also took part in a group activity to assess how well I'd respond to a product failure as part of a team.

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Encoders at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Know what Renishaw does as a group and the importance of metrology to industry (less scrap, more profit). Make sure you are familiar with the Renishaw Metrology Pyramid and what products/technology are used at each level.

Mechanical Design Engineer, AMPD Staffordshire at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Easy application.

Interview Advice:

Look up metrology and sources of error.

Graduate Engineer, Neuro Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be concise but make sure to include the most important and related information to help sell yourself to the company. Make sure the application is readable and clear. Showing genuine interest in a company on paper is hard but try anyway as it will help you to stand out amongst other graduates applying. But do not lie as they will catch you out at the interview.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and do not feel like there is a massive expectation on your skills and experience. You will be applying as a graduate and will probably have a limited amount of experience and confidence in your abilities. Your interviewer will already know this, they are just looking to see what kind of person you are, whether you fit in well, and that you are willing and able to learn!

Graduate Software Engineer, Software Team at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Understanding of approach to manufacturing for both high and low volume products.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, Manufacturing Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Intimate knowledge of company products not required for application but a good understanding is beneficial to help highlight your key skills.

Interview Advice:

Face to face interview regarding information in your application and on your CV. Group exercise hands on with fixturing - outside the box thinking and group exercise in a business/financial sense - basic maths skills.

Graduate Applications Engineer, CMM Support at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply for the role or stream you feel would suit you the most. Include as much relevant information in your application as you can and make sure you answer the questions.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know Renishaw and their products, as well as being able to explain why you want to work for Renishaw. Give a good overview of your general background too, not just your education.

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Have clear understanding of geometry related to computer graphics (for example vector operations).

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Software Geometry at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Include as much relevant information as possible to showcase your skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be honest about your career aspiration. Do your homework on the company and the subject field.

Graduate Engineer, Manufacturing services at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research the role you are applying for and try to cover any criteria desired - the more the better.

Interview Advice:

Try to get along with your interviewer, a good working environment is very important at Renishaw. Show a willingness and capability to learn

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Embedded Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Relate all work done to your job role.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and relax.

Graduate MSD, MSD – ADG at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Clue up on commonly used electronics modules etc. before the interview. The interview wasn't very technical but it's definitely worth looking at beforehand.

Interview Advice:

I was asked about the functionality and possible hazard faults associated with the operation of a DC motor using a H-bridge of transistors.

Graduate Electronc Engineer, Group Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Look up the products, divisions and history.

electronics design engineer, SMD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Have a mindset for production and a keenness for electronics.

Graduate Electronic Manufacturing Engineer, Electronics Production Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

It is a great start for your career. You'll learn a lot and grow as a person in Renishaw.

Interview Advice:

There are the usual 'interview questions'. Just be confident and charismatic in your interview. Stay calm and really think about the technical questions (if there are any!).

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Metrology at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Renishaw has expertise in a range of fields including Metrology, Neuroscience, Machine tool products, Additive Manufacturing, Spectroscopy and many more, it is important to be aware of their products in these ranges and their applications.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and relax. The majority of staff within Renishaw are friendly and are simply looking for like-minded candidates with a passion for the work that is done here.

Prepare by learning a little about the company and its history, the growth of Renishaw is impressive and the range of fields you could be working in as a graduate means that you should have a reasonable understanding of them before the interview.

Graduate Clinical Applications Engineer, Applications Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Being prepared and know the company.

Product Development Engineer, Styli & Fixturing Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

- Apply early
- Research the company

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Graduate Engineer, EPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Summer placement / industrial placement experience at Renishaw greatly improves your chances.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Project Coordinator, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Have a good knowledge of who Renishaw are and what they do. Have a strong knowledge of C# and C++.

Graduate Software Engineer, Machine Tools Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research the Renishaw products and how your skills relate.

Interview Advice:

Research how the Renishaw products work.

Product Marketing Engineer, Product marketing at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Try and do an internship.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show your enthusiasm of engineering.

Graduate Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Just get an application in and go along for an interview!

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. Know a bit about the company and the areas they work - not just the area you're applying for.

Software Engineer, User Interface at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

HAVE A CURRENT CV.

Interview Advice:

BE YOURSELF.

BUYER, MSD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Know what Renishaw does. It's a company with many departments and interests, all of which are worked on to some degree in the R&D department. Don't just focus on the likes of CMM styli, but also additive, laser products, medical products, etc.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. If you get to the stage you're being interviewed here, it's assumed you have the knowledge and experience to do the job you're applying for. What your interviewer(s) are looking at is to see whether you will be happy working with the team already here.

Design Engineer, Research and Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show a range of skills, come across as a rounded individual.

Interview Advice:

Show ambition and willingness to work hard.

Applications Graduate, Quality at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

The application form was quick and easy to fill out (when I applied anyway).

Interview Advice:

The interview was a tour of the headquarters, a group activity (problem solving) and an informal interview with a technical question.

Graduate Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Emphasise a sound understanding of the basic of your trade.

Interview Advice:

Show enthusiasm for the company with knowledge of the different departments that you would liie to work in.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Measurement Automation Product Division at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Metrology research would be helpful.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Applications at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be yourself at all times. My initial impressions are that being approachable, friendly and generally pleasant to be around will do more for you than anything else here.

Interview Advice:

Here more than ever BE YOURSELF! Engage your interviewers in interesting conversation and don't be afraid to get something wrong. Technical wise, brush up on engineering drawings and metrology equipment.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Machine Tool Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show your strengths but be prepared to elaborate when interviewed as they will ask about them, and your weaknesses!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and work as a team. They aren't always looking for leaders, they're looking for people who work together and get on with other people well.

Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do your research and think about why you would benefit the company.

Interview Advice:

Don't over-complicate problems that you are given, they aren't trying to catch you out; the obvious answer is probably right.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Encoder Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show interest in the company, do your research.

Interview Advice:

Why do you want a job here?

Graduate Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply early, demonstrate why your skills/experiences are relevant.

Interview Advice:

There are lots of different roles that you could fit into, so just be yourself and be honest about what you want to try. It won't be held against you.

Graduate Engineer, Various at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Mention what you like to do outside of work, hobbies etc.

Interview Advice:

Standard questions like what do you know about the company, why do you want to work here, how would you manage a project and ensure all work is completed.
What hobbies do you have and what are your interests.

Graduate Engineer, MAPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Get to grips with what metrology is, and why it is important. Most people are largely unaware of what metrology is and where it features, so this will be a big help. Otherwise it's the usual for any engineering job. Know your first year mechanics, electronics and be relaxed!

Interview Advice:

I was questioned on general 1st year mechanics, and a few circuit diagrams. We also talked a lot about the projects I had done at university and work placements, as well as what I would like to do in a job.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Neurosurgery at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Interview is technical, come prepared to answer questions relevant to your field of engineering (e.g. resolving forces in a system for Mechanical Engineering & designing/making modifications to a system).

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Encoders at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure you can drive, be willing to travel and you are happy to move departments (grad scheme involves moving between different divisions), you know one end of a spanner from another.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, make sure you know about GD&T, be passionate about what you have done and know your subjects well - you will be caught out if you try and lie about it.

Graduate Applications Engineer, CMM Support / Retrofit at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply early and they'll respond quickly.

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Multiple Teams at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Best if you have an interest in electrical/mechanical devices, software.

Hobbies of that nature will help in interview process.

Interview Advice:

Asked about hobbies and previous projects (e.g. during placement).

Also asked some basic engineering maths examples e.g. beam bending & logic.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions to show an interest. Be honest.

Business Development Executive, Business Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Understand the business, what it does and why it does it and why it sells.

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be well rounded and enthusiastic about metrology - it's cooler than it appears!

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and willing to get involved.

Graduate Software Engineer, Software Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do a summer placement - it will make it easier to get a graduate offer.

Graduate Engineer, Metrology at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply early and be honest about what you want to do as a job, even if you don't feel your background fits neatly into one of the streams of the graduate programme. The company has the means to place you appropriately if they feel there is a role that suits your ambitions and skills.
It helps to have demonstrable extra interests.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. My interviewers brought up points from my CV and seemed interested in what had motivated me in the past and in my application to the company. You'll likely be asked what you enjoyed most/least at university and what you want to come and do for the company. So think about these things first.

Graduate Engineer, Various at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be vocal in what you want you do. If there something in particular that you want experience in, ask.

Graduate Engineer, Process Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Work experience is worth far more than academic qualifications here. Go out of your way to get placements while you're still studying.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. The interviewer already knows your experience and qualifications because of your CV. What they're looking for is whether or not you'll fit in with the workforce.

Graduate Engineer, Research and Development at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Certainly for me I found that my interviewers were more interested in my extra-curricular activities at university than any technicality about my degree itself, so I would suggest that you are able to do any such activities justice when asked about them.

You were the one that chose your degree... your dissertation topic... your hobbies... your part-time job... Demonstrate a level of passion an excitement such things which (in their eyes) translate over to your role within Renishaw.

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Renishaw value prior experience in an engineering workplace. They offer a wide range of paid placements including:
-Summer placements (minimum 8 weeks)
-Year in industry
-Pre-university placement year

I found the summer placements to be invaluable experience.

Graduate Engineer, CPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be good at working in a team and ready to think on your feet

Interview Advice:

Know your stuff with engineering drawings and be friendly

Applications Engineer, CMM Applications at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Emphasize relevant experience and skills.
A degree in Computer Science isn't necessary for software positions.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic.
Explain how your skills fit the job description.
Be prepared to answer coding challenges.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Engineering Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Emphasise extra-curricular activities, Renishaw loves candidates that show a potential for ambassadors or leaders.

Interview Advice:

Research manufacturing techniques of PCBs and be prepared to have to solve some problems

Graduate Electronic Manufacturing Engineer, Manufacturing Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Enthusiasm and a bit of personality will go a long way!

Graduate Software Engineer, Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do it! Renishaw is a fantastic company to work for with a huge number of opportunities in whatever you want to do!

Interview Advice:

Be confident, show knowledge regarding your job application (engineering knowledge etc).

Applications Engineer, Applications at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company and the products before.

Mechanical Graduate Engineer, Research & Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

For me my previous work experience in the industry proved very helpful as well as knowing what I wanted to get into.
Get application in early (before Jan) as places fill up very quickly.

Interview Advice:

Asked about manufacturing processes and fault finding.
Be yourself and confident.
Make sure you report to the correct site since Renishaw has multiple in Gloucestershire.
Research the company and the latest new products.

Graduate Engineer, Manufacturing at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Just keep trying. Renishaw get a huge amount of applicants - just because you didn't get in this time, it doesn't mean you weren't good enough.

Interview Advice:

Just don't let nerves get to you. No-one is out to get you: just do your best, be yourself, and relax!!!

Graduate Project Co-ordinator, at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Be able to talk about things you are passionate about. I spent quite some time in my interview talking about an engineering subject close to my heart but largely unrelated to Renishaw, and got the job because of the enthusiasm they saw. I was not set specific technical problems to answer but I was asked to explain and walk through how I would approach solving a particular problem.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Dental at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be prepared and revise the basic programing concepts such as specific languages(C#, C++ etc.), software design pattern and general engineering concepts.

Interview Advice:

C++ (dynamic casting, polymorphism and inheritance etc.)

Graduate Software Engineer, GES(Group Software Engineering) at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Experience is hugely beneficial but not a must, there is lots of opportunities to ask questions and lots of people who can answer them. Show interest, the job is extremely rewarding if it is an area you want to learn more about.

Interview Advice:

I was asked questions on previous experience and how I felt it would aid me in this job role. The interview was not demanding but only because I knew the subject - familiarise yourself with the company, it's achievements, and the direction it's growing in and think about what you already know and where you want to go in terms of learning.

Graduate Engineer, Current Products Engineering at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Prepare to talk about university/professional work you have done in the past, and what you learnt from it.
At the interview you will be asked about past projects/work to explore your understanding of it.

Graduate Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

You need to show a passion and desire to do your job, bring examples, make sure you know machining processes to hand, have copies of your cv, ask questions and don't be nervous at interview time.

Interview Advice:

Again know your manufacturing techniques e.g. milling turning etc. know about the business, ask questions, ask for a tour, become engaged and don't be too nervous. Always have cv's to hand and bring examples of work.

Graduate Design Engineer, Additive Manufacturing R&D at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be honest

Interview Advice:

Why Renishaw?

Graduate Production Engineer, Assembly Development Group at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself in the application form.

Interview Advice:

The general interview questions were asked such as:

Your greatest strengths and weaknesses.
A time where you solved a difficult situation or problem.

There are some technical questions. It is not necessarily important to answer the question correctly, more so about how you approach the question, trying to logically think through to answer the question.

Design Engineer, Metrology at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

You need to be really enthusiastic about a career in the engineering sector - no matter what your background. Work experience is really important as it demonstrates your ability to be able to work with others, who are not necessarily in your peer group.

Have outside activities and hobbies that you participate in, which shows you as being a well rounded individual.

Interview Advice:

You need to have an idea of where you would like to end up working as a career, be clear about what your strengths are and also your weaknesses and where you would want to improve.

Research the company and really understand what it is they do - when you are in your interview and your networking lunch you are able to ask these questions to the people who will be managing you, and those who are currently on/ have been on the scheme. This shows enthusiasim for the position.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do some homework to be sure that this is the engineering stream you want to enter the company through.

Interview Advice:

They won't expect you to know everything before you even start, so don't panic if you're asked something you don't understand. The questions aren't there to trip you up. Just try to show that you're thinking along the right lines.

Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply yourself and show that you have a good way of thinking outside the box. Interesting ideas are well accepted.

Interview Advice:

expect technical questions and simulation of working in a team.

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Electronic Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show a good understanding of metrology. Try to learn about the different key sectors that Renishaw are focussed in. Try to be confident with yourself, every Renishaw employee is a salesman, if you're wearing our name on you, then you are responsible for representing the company to your best ability, and that is something that you should try to convey in your application and interview.

Interview Advice:

You may be asked to do a practicle metrology related challenge. This could range from the use of a micrometer to comparing technical drawings. Make sure that you have a sound understanding of certain essentials similar to these in order to make a good impression.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Role requires a strong minded and confident engineer not afraid of making decisions and also not bothered about getting their hands dirty.

Design Engineer, Research & Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Good graduate scheme for picking up skills.

Interview Advice:

Research the company's products before the interview

Graduate Applications Engineer, Commercial at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

(I did not apply, was on an industrial placement which lead to a job offer)

Graduate Scientist, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to talk to many people on a daily basis on different topics, you need to be very organised to stay on top of things

Interview Advice:

I did not need an interview because I had already completed a summer placement here

Project Coordinator, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Learn about kinematics and principles of mechanical design

Interview Advice:

Stay calm, be confident

Mechanical Design Engineer, Neurological Products at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Research the company and products.

Graduate Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

be active in group exercise

Graduate Electronic Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Renishaw is founded on innovation, its not just a buzz word used by marketing. Whatever, your job role sell yourself as an innovative person who genuinely believes in driving technology forward. Renishaw prides itself on inventing products that the customer didn't even know they wanted!

Interview Advice:

Research, research, research, be confident and try to manipulate the conversation back to your strengths. Virtually every question I tried to answer with examples from my final year project as I am the world's leading authority on that subject!

Graduate Project Coordinator, LCPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Renishaw is a diverse company doing the research before the interview did me a lot of good. Know how to work as part of a group.

Interview Advice:

Hardest question was being given a Renishaw product and being asked to explain how it worked, and talk about the manufacturing and testing processes that went in to the design and manufacture.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Laser & Calibration Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Brush up on 1st year engineering and equations to be sharp on them. Know your theories and have a good general understanding of all engineering aspects. Learn about metrology and understand what the products do and why they're useful.

Graduate mechanical engineer, Encoders at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Prepare

Commercial Graduate, Machine tool at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in yourself and show an interest in the company.

Mechanical Design Engineer, SMD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be aware that location of headquarters and factories are in countryside.
Learn about the products that Renishaw produce, and do your homework on the company.

Interview Advice:

Have at least a basic understanding of how assembly process works;
Ask if you don't understand anything.
Be honest.

Graduate Engineer, Electronic Assembly at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your decision making, and see your ideas through. Take in as much advice and guidance from others around you.

Process Development Engineer, NPI at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Try to link your experiences to skills which would be applicable to the job.
Check your spelling.

Interview Advice:

Do some research into the company - expect to be asked what you know about it.
Be honest.
Technical questions are more about showing your ability to rationally and logically analyse a problem than a test of your depth of knowledge.

Development Engineer, Healthcare at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show ambition.

Interview Advice:

Relax.

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research the company and its products and services thoroughly. The company has very specialist knowledge and skills and it is important to take time to understand what these are and involve, to show you are genuinely interested.

Interview Advice:

Again research the company thoroughly. Be enthusiastic and show that you are genuinely interested in your subject area with a good knowledge and the ability to talk comfortably within your domain.
Be your natural self, the people here are friendly and approachable and take any opportunity to talk to current employees about their work and that of the company. This will help you to gain a good understanding of what working here is like.

Graduate Software Engineer, Software Design at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

I had a pretty relaxed interview, and was asked to create a design for an interface a few days later.

Software Engineer, User Experience at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be honest, never attempt to answer something you genuinely do not know.
Always ask questions, no one knows everything!

Interview Advice:

Come prepared and do a bit of research beforehand, the last thing you would want is to not know anything about your potential employer in an interview.

Custom Applications Engineer, Styli and Fixturing Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Bring your passion to it.

Interview Advice:

My interviewers were friendly and seemed genuinely interested in my background and how I approached problems - use it as a chance to discuss things you're interested in (as opposed to showing off or justifying yourself).

Graduate Physicist, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show that you have taken part in extra-curricular engineering or similar activities to show you have an interest and perhaps bring along your lab book to talk through what you have done.

Interview Advice:

Show you are good at design and bring evidence along with you.

Graduate Engineer, MIxed at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Technical biased preferred.

Interview Advice:

Relaxed interviews generally. Good knowledge recommended.

Graduate Engineer, LCPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure to show your passion for your field and the drive to develop yourself - it is important that the job will benefit you as well as you benefitting the company.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, it is more important to show willingness to learn than knowledge upfront.

Design / development engineer, Encoders division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Ensure you read and understand the job skills required and relate those to your academic years and prior experiences.

Interview Advice:

Make sure your are ready to talk in depth about your academic projects and/or experiences.

Graduate Electronic Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

State real life examples of situations where you have been faced with a problem and how you resolved the issue.

Project Co-ordinator, Machine Tool Products Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be honest and think if you would really move to Wotton under Edge to work

Interview Advice:

Be confident but do not be overly confident

Commercial Graduate, Research and Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Always get someone to proof read your application forms.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to talk about what you've put on your application.

Graduate Engineer, Manufacturing Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show willingness to learn, a good academic background is good but if you can't work with people and convey your ideas and listen to other people you may find it hard. Being flexible and innovative is key.

Interview Advice:

Think outside the box while covering all the straightforward possibilities. Sometimes the obvious answer is obvious for a reason, however, convey that you have ideas that maybe others have not thought of. Try to show that you would be valuable.

Graduate Engineer, Styli and Fixturing Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be honest and enthusiastic, you don't need a lot of software experience as long as you are willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Ask the interviewer plenty of questions about what they are working on.

Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure to convey your interests in your application, Renishaw will usually be able to accommodate them.

Interview Advice:

Be familiar with the topics you mentioned in your application cover letter.

, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Good to show experience in projects relevant to company's area of interest

Interview Advice:

Expect technical questions

Graduate Engineer, Optical Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do not be afraid to contact the company/personnel with any question you may have. Everybody is very friendly and happy to help.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Machine Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

N/A

Interview Advice:

N/A

Software Engineer, Software at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

If you have work experience, do your best to stress that in the application process as it will be beneficial. Don't apply if you want a late start and urban surroundings to go and get lunch.

Interview Advice:

Do some research into the company as its products are not well known and be yourself, any lies or fakery will not go down well with any employees.

Graduate Engineer, Applications at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Research the company, we do a variety of different products in different areas.

Mechanical Design Engineer, Design at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Prepare for the interview.

Commerical Graduate, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have as much experience of the work place as possible, even a few weeks summer placement can put you ahead of the rest.

Interview Advice:

Research what it is the company actually makes, as well as how it has been performing financially over the past 5 years or so. Seem enthusiastic and ask lots of questions.

Mechanical Design Engineer, CPD at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be clear, concise and not overly elaborate. Consider the role and company carefully and have genuine reasons for wanting the job.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to answer technical questions in your field.

Graduate Engineer, Electronics Research and Design at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Talk about your practical skills - For example your lab skills. Is there any of your hobbies related to the job like repairing laptops, phones, doing some personal research.

Interview Advice:

Be cool. Express yourself clearly. Don't be afraid to say you don't know (you are a graduate). Show you can work and integrate in team.

Graduate Electronics Engineer, Measurement and Automation Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Get ready to start learning again from scratch because this is like nothing you've done in school or university before.

Applications Engineer, CMM at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Apply for summer or industrial placement whilst still at university.

Graduate Engineer, Machine tool product – Mechanical design at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure your genuine enthusiams for engineering is apparent

Interview Advice:

Make sure your genuine enthusiams for engineering is apparent

Graduate Engineer, Research and Development at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Try and Prove that you can think. You are not going to know the job before you get hired- they'll teach you that. You have to show that it might be worth their while

Interview Advice:

The folks here are pretty chill, so relax.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Machine Tools- New Products Team at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

Talk about why you want the job that you apply for. (what makes you excited)

Graduate Electronic Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Highlight projects you have worked on, show your technical input and things you have learned from those projects.

Interview Advice:

Show a genuine interest in engineering both inside and outside of work. Being passionate about it will help a lot.

Graduate Design Engineer, Group Engineering at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Do your research on Renishaw's different product ranges. Be yourself. Interviewers are there to find out if the job is right for you, not to catch you out.

Interview Advice:

For most roles, interviews are split between discussing applicants CV's and some short technical questions. There's very little advice I can really offer. The interviews aren't too stressful!

Applications Engineer, Coordinate Measurement Machines at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Candidates who show aptitude in summer or industrial placements appear to be heavily favoured. Metrology is a subject rarely taught anymore, so research the field if you want to stand out.

Interview Advice:

I did not have an interview as I had previously completed summer placements with Renishaw.

Mechanical Design Engineer, CMM Probes Design at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Get a good understanding of what the business does and how they operate in order to tailor your application to suit.

Commercial Graduate, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

1. Be interested in the field you are applying.
2. Apply early

Interview Advice:

1.For now Renishaw is not too popular among graduates, so there is less competition, however it is expanding rapidly and the demand is growing
2. There is not any preset interviews. Interview questions depends on who is interviewing you. Some people are asked technical questions, some people are asked general questions.

Design Engineer, Metrology at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Look into all of the areas the company is involved with first. Look up recent press releases (shown on website) and find an area where you have a true interest.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, be yourself and be able to express your interests.
Keep calm, Renishaw is a very friendly company!

Graduate Engineer, Manufacturing Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Know the job that you are applying to. I cannot stress enough that a cover letter should explain how you are suited to the actual job that you are applying to and that you understand what you are trying to let yourself in for. Take the time to talk to someone in a similar job. Get to know the day to day ins and outs of the industry that you are trying to get into. Otherwise it will be obvious that you don't care about getting the job, just about getting *a* job!

Interview Advice:

My interview advice is much the same as my application advice - if you know what job you are applying for it will show through. If you actually want that job you will come accross as enthusiastic - and then if you are competent in areas that are required you stand a good chance of getting the job!

Project Coordinator, Engineering Design at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Industry experience and extra-curricular activities are a really good way to show off that you have a genuine interest in engineering and it's applications. Get a good grasp of the products Renishaw releases and a rough idea of it's general market. As a physicist in background who has gone into the scientific stream, although academics are important there will be many other people applying with the same background, make sure you have something that sets you apart!

Interview Advice:

I did a summer placement with Renishaw and got offered my graduate placement from that. Therefore, I did not have a formal interview but generally for the scientific stream the roles will be optical physics orientated so look into basic optical principles and components.

graduate engineer, Encoder products division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Try to demonstrate the skills you have outside of school/university

Graduate Electrical Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Gain as much experience as possible, easily earned with a summer placement at Renishaw while studying at Uni

Production Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Big yourself up! If your work experience is limited, think of examples in your personal life where you have excelled - such as musically or athetically.

Interview Advice:

Enthusiasm goes a long way! Have questions prepared, and examples of projects you have worked on.

Design & Development Engineer, at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

relax and enjoy it!

Graduate Engineer, Additive Manufacturing Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm and confidence. The majority of graduates are very friendly and down to earth and I think that is part of Renishaw's culture. Real world experience is essential and will help you stand out, so good work placements are important.

Interview Advice:

see above

Graduate Engineer, Manufacturing Services Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Show your passion to what you do. Good personality counts as well.

Graduate Design Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

I didn't have to go through the application process because I had done summer placements and was offered the role. I would advise doing placements to see if it is something that you want to do and if it is, the placement will likely improve your chances in getting the job.

Interview Advice:

N/A (See above)

Research and Development Graduate, Styli & Custom Products at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Keenness to learn is essential! it is unlikely that you will know everything you need to do the job after completing your degree.

Interview Advice:

Strong technical undertone to the interview but don't worry if you don't know the answer to everything. Show that you are keen to learn.

Design/Development Engineer, Electronic Design/Development (R&D) at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be knowledgeable and be enthusiastic about your subject area. Be willing to take on a role which may involve collaborating closely with all engineering disciplines.

Interview Advice:

General technical questions about your subject area. Questions about any projects you may have done in your spare time. Your knowledge about the company is also tested.

Graduate Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Interview Advice:

The interview was very conversational and relaxed. Be prepared to talk a lot about yourself and your experiences before the technical interview.

Electronic Engineer, Machine Tool Product Division at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Be honest.
Research what the company do.
Choose one of the available streams (electronics/software/commercial etc) and focus your application on that one in particular.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. If you're right for the job and the job's right for you it'll be fine.

Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Make sure you want to live in the country / are capable of driving and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

There are two main parts, the interview and a group exercise, try to let others in the group know what you have to offer without overshadowing anyone else.

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Renishaw is one of the best companies to work for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself as the company is looking for people who can fit within.

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Electronic at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

Confidence and enthusiasm to learn new things are always a winning combination.

Interview Advice:

The company bases itself on innovation in high technology products, knowledge of these products and some of the broad and diverse sectors is very advantageous.

Graduate Engineer, Electronics CPEG at Renishaw
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Application Advice:

In your application always say how each skill and experience means you will be better at the job. Keep it relevant.

Interview Advice:

Show you want to be there and want this specific job. Keep eye contact and dont get distracted by things outside of the room.

Online marketing executive, Group Sales Development at Renishaw
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Best:

Good company name - globally recognised within the industry.
Training for career/peronal development is accessible
Very pleasant working environment - stress free, cheap gym, nice and cheap restaurant.
Relaxed working hours.

Worst:

Location - sleepy countryside. The main office is closest to Bristol around 45+ mins commute, the other sites are closer to Gloucester. Living in the countryside makes it more difficult to meet people outside of work, and the commute to and from Bristol is a long distance and is prone to traffic.

Career progression seems quite poor - senior roles are filled by people who appear to intend to retire in their role. You must be very proactive to make any sort of small progress.

Graduate Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Best:

Innovative style/ great working location/ Restaurant & gym on site/Pension

Worst:

Laid back approach can sometimes slow down projects

Manufacturing Graduate, GE6055 at Renishaw
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Best:

Lots of employee benefits

Worst:

Employees can get stuck in a role with few opportunities to move up.

Mechanical Design Engineer, Machine Tool at Renishaw
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Best:

Excellent company to work for, providing fantastic opportunities to work on interesting and "important" projects that make you want to get up in the morning.

Good culture at the company, with everyone made to feel a key addition to their team. Training is taken seriously, and resources on training spent where appropriate to ensure you can perform your job adequately.

Competitive salary, with very good benefits package (lots of local discounts, cheap company-branded clothing, Christmas hamper and gift voucher etc.)

Worst:

Location is difficult to get to for public transport (not a problem for myself as I drive), but roads are quite slow and are hilly (I use a fair amount of fuel per week in my commute).

Some "politics" do exist between company divisions, this can make it difficult on occasions to establish clear requirements and can make some collaborations difficult to work with.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Software at Renishaw
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Best:

Good reputation, UK based manufacturing/engineering company

Worst:

Maybe not as big as some of the other engineering giants

Graduate Engineer, Project Engineering at Renishaw
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Best:

Very generous, care about the workforce.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, Manufacturing Services Devision at Renishaw
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Best:

location, working environment

Worst:

slow job progression

Graduate Electronic Engineer, Machine Tool Product at Renishaw
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Best:

great atmosphere, location and line of work

early finishes on Fridays

Worst:

early starts

Graduate Applications Engineer, Coordinate Measurement at Renishaw
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Best:

Good job security and benefits, lots of technical people who are well-valued within the company.

Worst:

Sometime have old-fashioned attitudes which can make workflows less efficient.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Rotating around Depts. at Renishaw
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Best:

Company reputation, half-days on Fridays, relaxed working atmosphere, allowed freedom to decide how best to solve problems. Given reasonable amounts of responsibility.

Worst:

Tiring working long days form Monday to Thursday (starting at 7am) with a one hour commute at either end of the day. Can be very boring. Lots of database analysis/excel.

Graduate Project Coordinator, Encoders at Renishaw
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Best:

Good working hours (although lack of flexi-time), good

Worst:

Sometimes the atmosphere is just too relaxed. People get into the habit of working slowly and also leaving EXACTLY when their day ends. Work ends up going very slowly and can become dull.

If a design of a product has weak points, rather than work to redesign certain parts of the product, all that happens is more tests are implemented to catch problems so they're not shipped. Because of the long lifetime of the products it means that, in the long run, vastly more time is spent testing to catch the faults in an easily fixable design.

Graduate Physicist/ Scientist, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Best:

Challenging work to do,
Great colleagues
Large local employer

Worst:

Different areas of the business run differently, so there is one rule for them and one for us.

Software Engineer, Group Software at Renishaw
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Best:

Culture

Worst:

Location

Graduate Applications Engineer, at Renishaw
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Best:

Size of the company feels 'big enough', but not 'too big'.
Everyone is really friendly.

Worst:

The company only has a few sites across the UK, so you are not very flexible in terms of location.

Graduate Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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Best:

Has a small company feel

Worst:

Not the largest sports association

Graduate Engineer, at Renishaw
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Best:

They look after their employees; annual bonuses, Christmas hampers, etc. They're very well respected, take on a lot of graduates, and are a great example of British manufacturing.

Worst:

Not all company locations receive the same amount of support. Experiences can vary between the main site and smaller sites elsewhere.

Graduate Software Engineer, AMPD Software at Renishaw
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Best:

They take care of the employees with bonuses, gifts and other benefits.

Worst:

Some administration processes can be slow.

Graduate Research and Development engineer, LCPD at Renishaw
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Best:

In general it is a nice atmosphere, everyone is friendly and relaxed. Due to the number of graduates taken on each year, their is a great social aspect to the role. The company has many diverse product ranges, which allows graduates to experience different industries. For example the medical engineering industry has very different regulations and marketing compared to spatial scanning.

Worst:

Some aspects of the company are run very inefficiently 'because that is how it has always been done'. I have found this attitude very frustrating, particularly for a company who's tag line is 'Apply Innovation'.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Best:

Relaxed and enjoyable working environment.

Worst:

Location in an expensive area/far to commute to.

Graduate Mechanical Enigneer, Machine Tools at Renishaw
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Best:

Everyone is really helpful and will give you their time to solve a problem, or to give you advice.

Pension scheme is really good as the company puts in 9%

The companys infrastructure is really impressive

Worst:

Graduate pay is little below the average pay.

Graduate Applications Engineer, Machine Tool Products at Renishaw
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Best:

Investment in developing graduates

Worst:

Relationship between divisions

Graduate Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Best:

Good training and generous salary. The working environment is good

Worst:

Long commute to work.

Physics/Scientific Graduate, Laser Calibration at Renishaw
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Best:

Market leader in a really intrecate area of engineering
Good Atmosphere
great cafe

Worst:

There will allways be a commute to work.

Graduate Engineer, MTP at Renishaw
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Best:

feels like a much smaller company than it is. very friendly and down to earth people

Worst:

the sites are all out of town. you have to be able to drive

Graduate Applications Engineer, MAPD at Renishaw
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Best:

The benefits are great- variable working, good pensions, medical insurance and other things such as a Christmas hamper every year!

Worst:

Some departments have more product-related mechanical engineering work to do than others.

Graduate Engineer, Measurement Automation Product Division at Renishaw
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Best:

Great culture and people. Great training and development.

Worst:

No significant downsides

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Healthcare Products at Renishaw
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Best:

Relaxed atmosphere

Worst:

Old-school approaches.

Software Engineer, MTP at Renishaw
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Best:

Manufacturing within the UK
Good Profits
A lot profits go back into the company - Research and Development
Good pension Scheme
Good pay
Good work ethic
Good working environment and colleagues

Worst:

- Can be unorganised sometimes
- no international career possibilities

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, MSD at Renishaw
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Best:

Supports its employees to the best it can

Worst:

Poor planning and lack of communication between departments as with any company

Software Engineer, at Renishaw
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