All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Heathrow Airport Limited employees based on 29 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.5/5
 
Benefits:
4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.4/5
 
Career Progression:
4.4/5
 
Colleagues:
4.6/5
 
Training:
4.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.3/5
 

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Procurement- Finance Job Title: Procurement Graduate

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: People Team Job Title: Graduate - Future Leaders Programme

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Culture and work are the best things about my job! The culture is so genuinely lovely, and colleagues care about each other. This makes working here an absolute pleasure. On top of this, the work I have been getting shows how much trust the company places in its graduates. I have been getting increasing levels of responsibility in my work since my first day to the extent that I am now leading on a number of key projects. This means I am able to learn a lot faster, something which is very important to me.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Future Heathrow Job Title: Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

All the people I get to meet, and the conversations I can contribute to or be present for. The feeling of working as part of a very large team that impacts many people on a global scale.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: HR Job Title: Future Leaders Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work-Life balance - Heathrow has a progressive culture of agile working.
Freedom - as a graduate you have a fantastic opportunity to explore the company and get involved in a wide range of projects across the terminal.
Heathrow is a world-leading airport, it is a very well respected company.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Procurement Job Title: Procurement Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Heathrow really cares about their employee's wellbeing, excellent work life balance.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Engineering Technical Services Job Title: Graduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety of work and responsibility

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Industry: Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Department: Digital & Marketing Job Title: Digital Executive

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Security Job Title: Security Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Responsibility, passenger facing and fast paced.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Financial Control Job Title: Financial Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Huge range of opportunities and meeting people that can offer very interesting projects - great for career progression as you're given a lot of responsibility.
The ability to do a professional Qualification - CIMA.
Exploring all the different parts of the Airport from the airfield to the inside workings - one of the busiest in the world - quite a rare opportunity.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Engineering and Asset Management Job Title: Engineering Future Leader

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great people and great working environment.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Engineering Job Title: Engineering Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Getting to work with a variety of engineering systems and working with so many different people. Everyone is really willing to share their knowledge.

Having your 'office' be the entire airport. I have a lot of freedom to move around: I can work independently in the business centre, in the terminals or in different engineering offices dotted around the airport.

I love the opportunities at Heathrow that lie outside of normal 'work'. For example: volunteering in the local community (planting trees, being a reading/maths buddy at a primary school), organising the annual Midnight Marathon event on the runway, or pretending to be passengers in exercises where emergency services practice responding to incidents and evacuations.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Operations Job Title: Aircraft Operations Duty Manager

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Airline Business Development Job Title: Future Leaders Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You are thrown in at the deep end and really challenged. You are encouraged to lead from projects to meetings and really put yourself out there. However, throughout this, you are given lots of support from your line manager, your teams, the HR team and your fellow graduates.

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution Department: Expansion Job Title: Future Leaders Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The exposure I get to senior leaders and Heathrow colleagues in general. How varied and diverse my days are, and how there is so much going on at Heathrow you can never be bored. There are so many shadowing and development opportunities and in general, I feel actively encouraged to self develop with lots of support.

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Industry: Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Department: Future Heathrow Operations - Expansion Job Title: Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- The colleagues across Heathrow and the diversity it brings to the workplace.
- The opportunities to learn and collaborate with other teams (Heathrow is such a big company that anything you can imagine happens here!).
- Work/Life balance.
- Challenging environment, where you can go as far as you would like.
- As a Graduate I have felt empowered during my 6 months that I have been here.
- Being a rotational scheme allows you to see very different parts of the business as well as know many people and their roles.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: T3

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Rail

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Every day is different

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Engineering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Everyday is different.
The hustle and bustle of working at an Airport.
The equipment you work on is very niche, so training on equipment you wouldn't really work on outside is good.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Engineering

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great variety in the work I do (day and night shifts), very enjoyable and lovely people that I can get along with really easily.

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Each day is different and the people you work with make the days fun and interesting.

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The excellent support within the engineering sector

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What are the best and worst things about your job?

The teams.
Shift work (means more full days off).
Experience.

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The learning experience is just amazing. Within the first 6 months I've learnt how to solder, weld and wire an electrical system by hand. One of the things I've wanted to learn as well was CAD and how to use Solid Works so I can use it for my own reasons as well.

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Heathrow Airport Limited

Average start time: 07:00

Average end time: 16:00

Average number of working hours: 9

Based on 29 reviews


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Application Advice:

Quite honestly, be yourself. Know and understand Heathrow's values and make sure you are aligned with them and that you believe in Heathrow's vision.

Interview Advice:

Same as application advice.

Graduate – Future Leaders Programme, People Team at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Consider how you would deal with situations as an employee of an airport, both in an operational environment at the terminals and behind-the-scenes of the business.

Interview Advice:

Fully identify your motivations for joining the company, and what your long-term goals may be.

Graduate, Future Heathrow at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Start early and take your time.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, they're looking for people who are genuine and able to adapt in a changing live environment.

Procurement Graduate, Procurement at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Always show your thinking logically

Interview Advice:

Do your research

Graduate Engineer, Engineering Technical Services at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Heathrow is very passenger-focused and this needs to come across in your application. Whatever the situation, the solution needs to have the passenger in the forefront, however, Heathrow is now becoming a more colleague focused business and therefore it is important that colleagues are also considered, but not at the detriment to the passenger.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and try and relax as much as possible to show your best side. Bring across your desire to work in a service industry.

Security Operations, Security at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Be thorough and think outside the box.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and never lie or make things up!

Engineering Future Leader, Engineering and Asset Management at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Showcase your people skills: great communication skills, and the ability to collaborate with people (and recognise the importance of that), and the emotional intelligence to understand how changes affect others. No project at Heathrow is isolated to one department or discipline: hence, a lot of communication and collaboration is required.

Interview Advice:

In the interviews, scenario-based questions were asked. Things to consider for these questions are: What skills would you use? What qualities would make you a great leader here? Who you would talk to? Who would it affect? Are there any risk or safety elements to consider? Cost, budget, time?

Engineering Graduate, Engineering at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Think about why you would like to work for Heathrow and why it would be a good fit for you.
The application is largely situational so I would focus on putting yourself in the shoes of the people who work there. You are not expected to know anything about the airport or have specialist knowledge, it is your thought process that the company are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, if you are a good fit for Heathrow this will shine through. Think about what appeals to you about the company and make sure you have done your research.

Future Leaders Graduate, Airline Business Development at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you research Heathrow's values and can feel comfortable talking about them. Most of the application process involves situational questions so how you would handle certain workplace tasks you may face.

Interview Advice:

Smile, be yourself. They are looking for people who would fit in with Heathrow and who demonstrate they would work well with the other Heathrow colleagues, so it is as much about being yourself as it is about demonstrating knowledge.

Future Leaders Graduate, Expansion at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Application Advice:

- Make sure you know why you want to apply to Heathrow and believe it.
- Do your research.
- Make sure your CV has all the important information in a clear and visual way.

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself.
- Prepare in advance.
- Research Heathrow and their values as a company.
- Know what you are excellent at and why Heathrow needs you because of that.

Graduate, Future Heathrow Operations – Expansion at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

The best thing about the company is the focus it has on employee wellbeing. There are many different layers of support offered to employees working within the company and senior members of the company (ranging up to the executive team) place a great amount of importance on employee happiness and satisfaction.

Worst:

Again, there is nothing that has come across to me as bad about working here - all I would say is better links to Terminal 5 from our head office please!

Graduate – Future Leaders Programme, People Team at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

It's determination to constantly challenge itself to be the very best whilst also adapting to the ever-changing political-social-economical global environment it is situated within.

Worst:

The constraints we find ourselves in - from geographical size, to governmental regulations, to our duty to our passengers and local communities which we strongly adhere to.

Graduate, Future Heathrow at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Good working environment.
Great colleagues who are ready to share their knowledge and experience.
Exciting place to work.
Opportunities for training and development.

Worst:

Salary reduction taken to join the company.
Costly training opportunities not available.

Graduate, at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Workplace culture and environment, as well as the empowerment/responsibility given to you from the start

Worst:

Reliance on meetings

Procurement Graduate, Procurement at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Work Ethic

Graduate Engineer, Engineering Technical Services at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Huge range of opportunities and meeting people that can offer very interesting projects - great for career progression as you're given a lot of responsibility
A lot of people are older - ability to share their experiences and learn from them
Currently working towards expansion - get a lot of exposure to various business cases etc

Worst:

Some people are not supportive and there is lack of responsibility in certain departments.
commuting to/ from very long especially from the station to the head office - poor bus facilities
some managers lack the skills to be managers on a professional level

Financial Analyst, Financial Control at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Great company and all around good employer

Worst:

N/A

Engineering Future Leader, Engineering and Asset Management at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Everyone is passionate about the airport and there is a strong feeling of working together to reach a common goal: give passengers the best airport service in the world.

Engineering Graduate, Engineering at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Culture, progression, the people and the jobs I have been doing have been really interesting

Worst:

Not everyone always gets amazing placements

Future Leaders Graduate, Airline Business Development at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

- Employee support of all kinds: training, health, life, sports, etc.
- Heathrow cares about their employees.
- Working at an airport.
- Every day is different.
- High respect for work/Life balance.
- Great environment to work.

Graduate, Future Heathrow Operations – Expansion at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Best:

Values driven culture, support from colleagues, access to various benefits, challenging work, scope for growth

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Graduate, Expansion at Heathrow Airport Limited
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Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

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Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

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Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

NVQ Level 3 Engineering Apprenticeship, Engineering at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

HAL Apprentice, Engineering at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Trainee apprentice, Training and apprenticeships engineering at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Engineering Apprentice, Training at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Engineering Apprentice, N/A at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Engineering Apprentice, Rail at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

1st year Apprenticeship / first year training at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

Engineering Apprentice, Apprentice at Heathrow Airport Limited View »

Worst:

Highly regulated environment necessitating high levels of governance for projects

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