All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Rolls-Royce employees based on 319 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.4/5
 
Company Culture:
3.5/5
 
Career Progression:
3.9/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.1/5
 

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Professional Excellence Graduate

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Development Job Title: Tech Lead

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Innovation Strategy

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Project Management Job Title: Project Management Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Civil Large Engines Job Title: Development Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Job Title: Production Planner

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Job Title: Manufacturing Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Performance Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Project Management Job Title: Programme Controller Trainee

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Professional Excellence Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Professional Excellence Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Department: Gas Turbine Supply Chain Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Graduate Engineer (Professional Excellence)

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Executive Job Title: Managing Assistant to Group HRD

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineer Job Title: Electrical Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Aerospace Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Controls - Pneumatics Job Title: Graduate Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Design Engineer

Industry: Banking and Finance, Finance Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Finance Leadership Development Graduate

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Department: Aerospace Job Title: Engineering Leadership Graduate

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Manufacturing engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Materials Job Title: Engineering Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: HR graduate

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Accountancy Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: HR Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineering Leadership Graduate Trainee

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Department: Purchasing Job Title: Buyer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineering Leadership Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Installations and Controls SCU Job Title: Sub-system Design Engineer

Industry: Banking and Finance, Company Accounts & Finance Management

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Integration Engineer

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: HR Business Partner

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Development Job Title: Development Engineer

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: Leadership Graduate

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Analysis Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Department: Performance Support Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Professional Excellence Engineering Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Job Title: Professional Excellence Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Aerothermals Job Title: Aerothermal engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Engineering Trainee

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Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Design/ Naval Architecture Job Title: Design Engineer

Job Title: Customer Management Leadership Graduate

Industry: Banking and Finance, Company Accounts & Finance Management

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineering Leadership Graduate

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Professional Excellence Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Job Title: Programme Management Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Department: Manufacturing Leadership Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Buying & Procurement Department: Purchasing Job Title: Purchasing Leadership Development Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Graduate Trainee (Engineering)

Industry: Banking and Finance, Company Accounts & Finance Management Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Defence Job Title: Engineer

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Department: Maintenance Job Title: Manufacturing Services Leader

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Whole Engine Design Team Job Title: Design Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Civil Engineering Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Professional Excellence Engineering Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Performance Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Manufacturing Technology - Singapore Job Title: Advanced Remanufacturing & Technology Centre Project Manager

Job Title: Manufacturing Leadership Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Professional Excellenge Graduate - Civil Nuclear

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: HR Leadership Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Banking and Finance, Financial Analysis Department: Treasury Job Title: Treasury Analyst and Dealer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Manufacturing Technology Job Title: Engineering Leadership Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Gas Turbine Supply Chain Job Title: Graduate Trainee Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Engineering Systems and Services Job Title: Professional Excellence Engineering Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer Department: Civil Aerospace Job Title: Quality Leadership Graduate

Department: Marine Job Title: Manufacturing Engineer

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Job Title: Manufcaturing Engineer

Department: Customer Business Job Title: Customer Management Leadership Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineering Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineer

Department: Aero Space Job Title: Production Manager

Department: Supply Chain Job Title: Supply Chain Planning and Control Leadership Graduate

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Rolls-Royce Compressors Job Title: Assistant Work Package Owner

Department: Supply Chain Planning & Control; Job Title: Supply Chain Desingn - Improvement Leader

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: Human Resources Business Partner

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Job Title: Manufacturing Leadership Graduate

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: Mt. Vernon, OH Job Title: HR Business Partner

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Job Title: Engineering Leadership Graduate

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Department: Corporate HQ Job Title: HR Business Partner

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: Performance, Reward, and Recogntition Job Title: Compensation Analyst

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Job Title: Rig Test Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Manufacturing Graduate Trainee Department: Civil Aerospace Experimental Operations Job Title: Leadership Graduate Development Programme

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Department: Purchasing Job Title: Buyer

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: Human Resources Business Partner

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Job Title: Supply Chain Planning & Control Leadership Development Program

Industry: Transport, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Department: Purchasing Job Title: Purchasing Leadership Development Program

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Department: Energy Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Management Department: Human Resources leadership programme Job Title: (Not Given)

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Application Advice:

If you are applying for a technical role get the Jet Engine book from your university library, try to read the latest news about the company and try to show your passion, commitment and enthusiasm towards your field during the online application and assessment centre.

Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Really show how you demonstrate the desired competencies.

Interview Advice:

Read about the company and products.

Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Highlight leadership roles, past work experience, and major projects; explain how you contributed to the work; demonstrate work ethic and ability to work on a team.

Interview Advice:

Interview is meant to demonstrate you know how to learn and problem solve. The interviewers do not want to trick you or fail you - they want to find a match for the job as much as you want the job.

Test Vehicle Engineer, Engine and LiftFan Test at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Understand what RR is and what it is proud of.

Interview Advice:

Recent history of RR.

Global Sustainability Analyst, Sustainability at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Understand the company and its values. What is the company trying to deliver to its customers and shareholders. What challenges does the company face in the short and long term such as increased competition from competitors.

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Visit the Company Website!

Interview Advice:

Read about Psychometric tests.

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Application Advice:

Must be interested and enthusiastic about helping a company move forward and really try and show this. If it is possible try and undertake and intership with an engineering company to gain experience. Rolls-Royce like to take on interns who worked for them, on to the graduate scheme.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and clear. The interviewers are not trying to be your enemy but they will push you to see how you respond especially with regards to solving problems.
Prepare for the interview before hand and come up with some examples of certain situations. E.g Describe a time when you had to work with a co-worker you don't get on with?

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Application Advice:

Highlight any international experience

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If you don't know the answer to an interview question explain your thought process and logic used to come up with an answer

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- Make sure you do lots of practice tests for the verbal/numerical reasoning-style tests.
- Highlight your academic achievements alongside your extra-curricular ones.
- Ensure you demonstrate that you can lead a team, as well as be a part of it.
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- Be prepared to do another numerical reasoning test on paper. Some people felt thrown that it wasn't online!
- Interact with the other candidates and show that you're a team player.
- Dress smartly (it's always better to be a little over-dressed than u

Strategic Buyer, Aerospace Sensors at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Give a creative presentation - don't just list your attributes. Make it different!

Leadership Graduate, Development at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Study a good engineering degree.
Research the company ahead of interview/assessment.
Demonstrate skills using real world examples when applying.

Engineering Graduate, Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do some research into the company and understand what it is that you are applying for and be able to portray your interests in the application for that.

Interview Advice:

Share price for the day.

Just be yourself and confident.

Buyer, Purchasing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your achievement and justify why you'd be a good fit. Don't make it generic.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is key, you must know the business (vision, strategy, values, financial performance, current market events etc.)
Identify situations where you demonstrate key competencies.
For leadership schemes confidence is key but don't be forceful in taking the lead in group tasks.

Leadership graduate, Operations management at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Proof Read your application and CV - Most people fall at the first round because there was a mistake with their application.

Interview Advice:

Practice beforehand, the more you practice the better and more confident on the day.

I had material (i.e. portfolio comprising of a Paper article I had written and some uni design work I had done) that I gave to the interviewers to try to showcase myself and make me stand out from everyone else.

Learn the engineering material before you go into interview. I was interviewing for a gas turbine engine role. I didnt have to know in detail how a gas turbine engine works but I was expected to show a good understanding of the basic physics and engineering behind the major parts.

Engineer, Development at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

For manufacturing engineers, use the Rolls-Royce website to understand how a jet engine works if you don't already know.

Interview Advice:

For manufacturing engineers by degree, if you are asked a design engineering question in interview and you haven't covered it, or have only briefly covered it compared to e.g. an aeronautical degree course, then make the interviewer aware rather than trying to guess. I was given a more manufacturing-related question instead.

Manufacturing Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

I would definitely recommend this role to all the candidates that are interested in turbimachineries and want to impact on the development of new technical solutions for future engines.

Interview Advice:

My interview consisted of a personal and technical assessment, along with a group assessment and logic and maths test.
I was asked some questions about the share price trend and the reasons underlying it.
I have also been asked broad technical questions regarding the aeronautical engines working principles.
Summarizing I would say that the assesment was aimed to understand if I was aware of the company's business and ready to impact positively on it.

Aerothermal Turbines Engineer, Civil Large Engines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are happy to move around a lot. Placements in other countries are possible.
You don't necessarily need an engineering degree to apply, maths/physics degrees are accepted.

Interview Advice:

Try to show what transferable skills you have.

Graduate Engineer, Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Take the time to fill in the application form and don't be daunted by its length.

Interview Advice:

Read as much as possible about the company before the interview stage and come prepared. Research the different tasks covered during the assessment centre.

Manufacturing Graduate Trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do your company research
Understand what you want to get from the programme, and how you feel it will enable you to meet long term objectives
Research the scheme and have an idea of how it would suit you
Have confidence in your own ability

Interview Advice:

Confidence
Research the company
Come prepared to talk about the scheme
Need to have a genuine enthusiasm for business and for the sectors you could work in
Really try to get an understanding from previous graduates as to how they have enjoyed the scheme during Q + A sessions and ask for insights

Customer Management Graduate, Customer Management at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do you research well. Get someone else to review your short essay answers to make sure they know what you think you said. Easy to lose meaning / content in the editing process.

Interview Advice:

Knowledge of business areas and your function (e.g. Engineering, HR, Finance). The assessors are looking for your ability to transfer skillsets to a different situation, rather than assessing you on what you know. Your degree really is there to show you have the capacity to learn.

Knowledge of the business climate, e.g. Share Price, Annual Report, Recent Take-Overs is beneficial

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Civil Large Engines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

A chance to work in a global company with the highest calibre employees.

Interview Advice:

Technical preparation and knowledge of the company.

Design Engineer, Nuclear at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Show consistency in your previous experience/development

Interview Advice:

Do not use clichéd phrases and fake behaviour.

Planning and Control Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know about the field you're going into and be prepared to and understand the business and the various business sectors it operates in. Do your research and be prepared to demonstrate your understanding.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared with questions about the business. Make sure you fully prepare for your presentations and assessment centre tests

PE Planning and Control Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

You need breadth of experiences not just technical knowledge

Interview Advice:

You need to show the common sense/critical thinking skills - it's not just about knowing facts you need to be able to work things out

Supply Chain Engineering Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Read the company website and become familiar with the wide range of products we produce. Think how the skills you have might link with making these things better.

Interview Advice:

Again, know what the company produces and be able to present a wide range of experiences that demonstrate personality traits the company is looking for.

Graduate Engineer, Electrical Power and Control Systems at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Apply for Norwegian scheme.

Trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

prepare

Interview Advice:

prepare

Project Engineer, Test at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Read up and research the scheme first before applying - get to know it in depth

Interview Advice:

Ask as many questions as possible, try to refer to things you already know about the scheme from prior reading

2013 Finance Trainee, Tax Department at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be open-minded, have good communication skills and relevant engineering backgrounds for the role.

Interview Advice:

Why should Rolls-Royce hire you more than the others?

Have you been confronted to argument? How did you handle it?

Do you have career objective? Tell me where you would like to be in 5 or 10 years.

Manufacturing Engineering Graduate, Rotatives at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Apply the answers to Rolls-Royce and the role you are applying for, take a day to fully focus on it as will pay off in the long run. The number of spaces are reducing so also best to apply early in the year if you want a space on a specific scheme.

Interview Advice:

Was the worst assessment centre I have had so prepare to be tough! Prepare very well but be yourself as they can tell a fake. Perform well in all areas but not at the expence of any of the other candidates, I was put down in a team event for not having a masters like the rest of the group - funnily enough I was the only one from the team to get a job offer so handle it well!

Purchasing Gradcuate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Get the application in as early as possible, in the summer before your final year write down some generic answers to applications such as where youve shown leadership skills etc. Then research the company values for Rolls Royce and link them up in your application.

Interview Advice:

Confidence is the key. You can only know what is available to the public, i.e. on their website/ on the news so just make sure that you really know what the company does, their history, their product and any major evets that have happened. Following your research you should have questions as there are likely to be gaps in the information.

Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be keen to learn and explore.

Interview Advice:

Emphasize on leadership.

Graduate Trainee, Purchasing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Show how much experience you have, escpecially any team leader experience. Foreign languages seem to be regarded highly.

Interview Advice:

Many questions are based around leadership and courage.

Buyer, Purchasing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Work experience essential. Anyone applying to the graduate programme should complete at least an internship.

Interview Advice:

Know the area you're applying for. I applied to "Performance and Aerothermal Systems" and was asked technical Aerothermal questions. eg. Why are turbines shrouded?

Graduate Trainee, Civil Large Engines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Highlight all previous experience, even if it's just working in Tesco - it shows you're committed. Keep CV to within 2 sides of A4 and include references (a good reference goes a long way).

Interview Advice:

Do your research - know about the company, its past and its current aims. Also need an in-depth knowledge of the company's products - don't need to know specifics but a good solid foundation of knowledge is required.

Where applicable, prepare what you plan to say in advance - no-one likes waffling.

As with all team-challenges, you have to be seen to be a team player. Try to make your mark, but don't attempt to control everything.

Gradute Trainee, Performance at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Keep it simple and be yourself, HR team is very good in understanding your best fit and talent is needed all across the business.

Interview Advice:

Principles of engineering and a good understanding of operations and supply chain management.

Production Leader, Assembly – Defence at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

The assessment centre day isn't as stressfull as you might imagine. For the most part if you get there you have demonstrated most of the desired skills. It's just a case of demonstrating knowledge and common sense that you have outlined in your application.

Interview Advice:

Basic knowledge of a gas turbine. Recent company news.

Engineering Leadership Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Apply early and conduct research before coming to assessment centre.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is key.

Professional Excellence, Planning and Control at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

On top of all the usual advice - show that you're enthusiastic about engineering and give plenty of examples where you've helped to solve problems.

Interview Advice:

I'm not going to give away any questions that I was given but if you do the following you should have a decent chance:
Show that you're enthusiastic! - I was asked to give a presentation about something engineering related, I picked an extra curricular activity that I'd been involved with for a few years and my enthusiasm for engineering was obvious. It's also helpful if you can link back to technical theory.
Do the usual research - Engines which RR sell, the aircraft they go on, share prices, future engines (the website goes into detail on RR's vision over the next 10-20 years so you may get asked something about this).
Scrub up on theory - Technical interview goes into detail on two or three topics. I was given a choice of topic. Ensure you're comfortable with the basics before revising anything complex.
Keep calm and think logically - When asked a difficult question don't panic. Stay calm, work your way up from the basics and you'll show some level of knowlege. If it's a paticular aspect of engineering that you're not that confident with, or you've only had one lecture on it, say so.

2013 Professional Excellence Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Focus on all your extra curricular activities.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry so much about your techincaly abilities, focus instead on your transferrable skills and competencies.

Commercial Graduate Trainee, Commercial at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Research the area you want to move into as movement between sectors is becoming increasingly hard.

Interview Advice:

Think of the 'tickboxes' the interviewers are trying to work towards and don't get bogged down with the detail of the exercise.

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Application Advice:

strong leadership experience, experience in aerospace or manufacturing

Interview Advice:

be ready to answer questions about the company, work in groups, and do some quantitative reasoning

Graduate Trainee, Global Composites at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Read about company.

Graduate Engineer, S&D at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Earlier the better.
Take time working on the answers for the questions which they ask.
Do the online practice tests and more practice ones to get used to the style as they are different than what you will be used too.
Do some research into the company before hand so you know the role is what you want to do.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, they're looking for the right kind of people not just technical ability.
They will ask a range of varying level of difficulty questions, going back to 1st year modules which I had long forgetton but knew with prompt so don't be afraid to say you don't know the answer to a question.
There are people working for the company to talk to through the day so take advantage of this and make sure its what you want to do.
There's a team task so get involved and help out, be talkative but not bossy and don't take too much time deliberating.

Controls Engineer, Graduate at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

- Learn about each of the sectors within Rolls-Royce and the products they produce
- Browse the Rolls-Royce website to understand the Rolls-Royce values

Finance Manager Business Support, Business Support Site Finance at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

The company is big on cost and customer at the moment. If you have any experience in working/helping customers or reducing cost in any way I would say definitely highlight these.

Interview Advice:

The whole day is an interview process so make sure you appear enthusiastic and excited about the day from the word go. For the technical interview you will need to know about the Gas turbine (so read the information online) and also you will get asked questions on a specific topic eg. fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, safety etc.
For the competency interview have a look on the interent about typical competency interview questions and see if you can come up with a bank of scenarios/experiences relating to these competencies (try and not repeat the same experiences).
Finally for the team exercise; don't be dominating - be confident, if you have a point that you wan't people to be aware of then don't back down too easily. Keep track of time and make sure all opinions on the team are voiced.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Graduate at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be clear on the aims of the scheme you are applying for, it may be the aim of the scheme is to provide you with a breadth of knowledge rather than depth. You need to be award of the pro and cons of this.

Interview Advice:

Research the company, show that you are willing to learn and realise that while you are a strong candidate you are not the finished article. Avoid arguing in the group exercise.

Production Leader, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be honest about everything, particularly the specifics such as your grade point average and other credentials.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for the interview by learning about the company (our history and tradition is very important in the Rolls-Royce culture). Try to learn about our sectors that may be less-well-known, and also read up a bit about our company's current coverage in the media.

Asset Controller, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Apply very early - it's first come first served.
Don't worry if you're not the world expert on Aero Engines - just be curious about the world around you!
Know what sectors Rolls-Royce is in - it isn't in Cars...

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to explain how things work: For instance,
describe the operation of an electric motor in Layman's terms.

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Application Advice:

In addition to all your technical skills, highlight your ability to work within a team e.g. by mentioning your experience in sports, learning groups, etc.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't try to pretend you are someone else as the interviewers will notice this and it can make you feel uncomfortable.

Leadership Graduate – Engineering, Service Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make it clear that you have a career plan and that you know what area of engineering that you want to be working in and why you want to be there. Make it clear what Rolls-Royce can offer you and what you can offer to Rolls-Royce

Interview Advice:

You must have a good knowledge of the company. Understand all its business areas, its aims and its performance. All this can be found on the Rolls-Royce website.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Have prior engineering experience on internship or similar.

Interview Advice:

Read up on the company and current issues.

Graduate Engineer, Development at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Complete IQ tests online prior to taking the aptitude tests, they are of a similar style and getting some practise thinking in that specific way really helps.

Interview Advice:

Read up on all he sectors that the company operated in, not just the sector you are applying for.
Make sure that you know why you would prefer to work for RR than any other company, I was asked why I was not applying for GE for example.
Don't be afraid to say that you don't know the answer in the technical interview, but if you don't know the answer, tell them and then try to give an educated guess explaining your thought process or ask for more information if necessary.

Sub-System Designer, Sub-System Integration Turbines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make clear your passion for aero-engines and planes. Once the motivation is there the rest can be learned. Also the interviewers take for granted that they know everything about Rolls-Royce's product portfolio, and forget that people new to the company have no idea! Try to brush up on the basics of what engines RR make and what their current projects are.

Interview Advice:

I went through the interview process twice, so the second time around I knew what to expect (unless they've changed it). In the teamwork/leadership exercise, make sure you make your opinion heard but don't be too pushy. They'll ask for a presentation about you so try to make this professional and not too corny like my first one was!
The technical interview might be tough. They ask some deduction-type questions e.g. There's this measured variation in blade length after tip grinding what could be causing this (Its a sinusoidal variation so could be caused by poor shaft balancing). The temperature in one part of the engine is measured much hotter than expected, why? (Too much fuel? No the fuel is fine they tell you. Incorrect temperature measurement? No the probe is fine...though it's in a different part of the engine and the temperature is inferred from a model. Could the model be wrong? bingo)
Lastly they asked me to explain a topic to a layman (lift, moment of inertia or some other choices) Practise and ensure you can do this well.

Graduate Trainee, Gas Turbine Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Spend time on it
Include work experience as it is basically a requirement
Include examples of life experience to help you stand out

Interview Advice:

Just prepare well and learn about Rolls-Royce and the industry (obviously)
If you get through the main hurdles of the assessment day and they like you you should get hired
Be as relaxed as possible, it's not the end of the world if you have to work for a different company

Graduate Engineer, Varied at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Work experience seems to be vital. I was turned down on my first application to Rolls-Royce, despite very strong academic results and 2 summer research placements at university. I was accepted the year after and the only difference was I then had a year in industry under my belt.

Interview Advice:

As for any interview in general try to stay relaxed and don't be worried about taking 30 seconds to think before begining to answer any questions. Although technical questions will of course be based around Rolls-Royce's products, I found the questions were fairly general and could be answered from knowledge gained elsewhere. None were too specific or required any technical knowledge on the products. There were also the usual interview questions, give examples of teamwork, leadership etc, where do you see yourself in 5yrs, why do you want to work at rolls-royce. Give an example on when you've inspired someone else and what current global issues do you think effect the business were ones I'd not been asked elsewhere before.

I found the interviewers were very good and clearly wanted to help you do your best. If they saw you struggling a little bit they would try get you back on track

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Electrical Power and Control Systems at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be confident and enthusiastic about the role.

Planning and Control Graduate, Planning and Control at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Prior work experience is very important to Rolls-Royce. There are a number of questions in the interview which specifically require answers which aren't from part of your university experience. The vast majority of graduates taken on here have either done an internship or some sort of work experience at Rolls-Royce so that is the best way to get your foot in the door.

Interview Advice:

A good knowledge of the company (even beyond the business you are applying for) will help a lot. Being able to drop in facts and figures which show you know about the broader company will help show that you have done your research.

Engineering Leadership Graduate, Civil Large Engines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be your self
be prepared (we do not produce Cars!)

Interview Advice:

show leadership skills

HR Graduate, HR Graduate at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Know what sectors we operate in and where our sites are located. Have a good reason for wanting to work in the industry.

Interview Advice:

Know the structure of the graduate scheme and what it offers compared to other engineering graduate schemes. Really sell your soft skills and have good examples of when you've demonstrated them.

Graduate Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Have the correct qualifications and work experience (e.g. prior internship for university leavers is almost a mandatory requirement due to competition)

Interview Advice:

Show honesty and integrity. Admit when you do not know the correct answer - don't wing it.

Lead Engineer, Electrical Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Some background of procurement and supply chain would definitely help you understand how the business world works. Any experience in purchasing is even better.

Interview Advice:

Feel confident about yourself and show the interviewer the best of what you have got. Do not feel intimidated when you know little about the purchasing-related questions. It is not important of how much you know when you interview but how much you are willing to learn and how much potential you have for the company.

Graduate Trainee within Purchasing, Purchasing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Don't try to impress by making yourself visible at assessment centres, be yourself and they will notice.

Interview Advice:

Interviews will pick difficult subjects to see how you do. Don't feel afraid that an interview is going badly and don't panic.

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Application Advice:

Research the company, what it does, how it does it, and what it has done recently. Make sure you display technical knowledge learnt in university and that you can apply it with examples. Demonstrate soft skills: team work, influencing, working in multicultural environments, ability to speak up when required, sound judgement, work ethic and awareness of the business, deliver good quality results on time and on budget.

Interview Advice:

Research the company thoroughly. Make sure you have plenty of examples from projects, sports, previous work experience, volunteering, etc. to back up any questions you may be asked on your skills and achievements. When asked a question you do not know the answer, do not dismiss it saying you don't know. Say you are not sure, come up with a hypothesis and back it up by previous knowledge that supports your hypothesis. Even if this is wrong, they will have the chance to see your critical thinking/analytical skills.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Complete an internship or any other kind of work with the company before. This may help a lot to compete against the vast amount of applicants. Also having a good degree from one of the renowned (aerospace) universities or one of the company's University Technology Centres (UTC) is advantageous.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for standard HR interview with questions that can be found in many interview preparation books. Be able to explain how a gas turbine works for the technical interview and other aerospace engineering basics.
Prepare for mathematics and psychometric tests.

Professional Excellence Graduate Trainee, Various at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Try and be more technical with previous experience and less personal.

Interview Advice:

Try and understand the basics of a jet engine and get to a point where you are comfortable to talk generically about individual parts if asked.

Graduate Trainee, Graduate at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do your homework on everything RR related and be genuinely passionate about what you want to do (even if that just means being passionate about the chance to discover what you want to do).

Trainee Project Manager, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Preparation
Know what the company does, in which industries and in which countries
Know the company values - it wants employees who's values allign with its own

Operations Management, Operations Management at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

You need to do your homework about the company, its products and services and be ready to outline your knowledge in Programme Management if you're not PMP/Prince2 qualified.

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest.

If you get asked a question that you're not sure what the right answer is, just say that and emphasise that you are a quick learner with a can-do attitude.

Supply Chain Projects Leader, Strategic Operations at Rolls-Royce
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you've read through the company's website quite a lot. There's a wealth of information and it will impress if you can show that you have some awareness and are clearly interested in the industry/company.

Project Management Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

This is the same for all companies:
Personalise the application to the company.
Research what they are looking for in their applicants, and demonstrate why you meet/exceed these expectations.
Demonstrate any engineering skills you have developed (workshop skills, trechnical drawign, CAD etc).
Make it clear why do you want to work for Rolls-Royce.
Do not mention Rolls-Royce cars unless you are proving a point that you know they are a separate companies. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd (previously Rolls-Royce Motors founded in 1973) and Rolls-Royce Plc (after re-privatisation in 1987).
Be yourself,

Interview Advice:

Prior to Interview:
Spend time learning about the company through it's website.
Research the history of the company.
Learn about the different sectors that Rolls-Royce operates in, and the product portfolios for each sector (there is no expectation for you to list products).
At Interview:
As before, don't start talking about the cars ... they have not been part of the business since 1973.

Professional Excellence Graduate, Graduate at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Ensure you include any and all information which would make you stand out from the crowd. Due to the large numbers of graduates Rolls-Royce recruits, it is important that you get noticed for the right reasons.

Interview Advice:

Just be confident. The fact that you have made it this far means you obviously have what it takes, now you just have to show it face to face.

Graduate Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

-Answer all questions honestly and openly
-Understand the company behavioural competencies and try to demonstrate these in your answers

Interview Advice:

-Understand the company behavioural competencies and think about where you've demonstrated them - this forms the basis of many questions
-Be aware of the company's markets, history, customers etc.

Materials Engineering Graduate Trainee, Materials Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Have previous work experience e.g. internship
Be clear why Rolls-Royce and not any other company
Demonstrate enthusiasm for the work undertaken
Show that you have a life!

Interview Advice:

Be aware of current hot topics in the industry and for the company specifically
Don't be afraid to admit lack of knowledge of specifics
Show logical thinking and an engineering approach
Be transparent and honest

Engineering Leadership Graduate, Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be honest, cut to the chase and sell yourself!

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not arrogant, show attentiveness and be yourself - if the job is suitable to your personality you may get picked, if you pretend to be someone else and then get picked you may hate the job as it may not be for you :)

Capability Acquisition Engineer, CA at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are yourself in your application for the job and when you work for the company, especially on the graduate scheme. Rolls-Royce look for hard-working, committed inviduals who enjoy being here. The environment is not competitive but does offer significant challenges in the specific problem solving that you do. Make sure you are prepared for a challenge but enjoy each day and make the most of what you're best at.

Interview Advice:

Be familiar with key components and key functionality of a the power system relating to the area you are applying for (e.g. jet engine for civil aerospace), and make sure that the fundamentals of your specific area of interest (for example fluid mechanics for a fluids technologist position) are up to scratch in line with whatever learning you have done at university. The questions you will be asked will be based on these things. Also make sure you are yourself and don't try too hard to compete with other candidates - if you are right for the role your natural ability will show when you are relaxed and engages with the activity and everyone around you.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Future Programmes Engineering, Civil Aerospace at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Competences for multi-culture work environment

Interview Advice:

Competence for multi-culture work environment

manufacturing engineer, manufacturing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Focus on your competance and what you can add to the company

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest

Graduate Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Understand what you are good at and which scheme you want to apply to.

Interview Advice:

Speak thought process outloud to interviewer-they like knowing how you think.
Research the company properly-products, services, competitors, order book, potential projects.

Operations Management Graduate, Operations at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be flexible and willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Highlight your weaknesses as well as your strengths.

MRPC, Planning & Control at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Rolls-Royce is focusing on the indvidual so be yourself and be prepared for the role you are applyinig for.

Interview Advice:

If you are attending an assessment center, prepare well in advance and get familiar with the company in terms of history, products and strategic scope.

Operations Management Leadership Graduate, OP-11 at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be open, flexible, logical and show leadership skills.

Interview Advice:

Not everything depends on Technical Interview, If your technical interview is not according to expectations don't lose hope. you can easily cover ground in Personal Interview and Group tasks.

Graduate Trainee, Marine at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Read up on company history and values, and incorporate them into the application.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for math and IQ-test-like questions. Know something about the fields you are interested in working with.

Graduate trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Think about where you would like to be in 3-5 years and make sure you can get to there with Rolls-Royce. The probability is that Rolls-Royce will have the path you want as there are so many but having a starting point gives you a head start.

Interview Advice:

For the technical interview it is difficult to prepare but so long as you have an acceptable level of knowledge you should be fine. Make sure you are clear with your answers and speak all of your thoughts, as how you get to an answer is more useful than the answer can be sometimes. Don't be afraid to say you are unsure or to ask for another way of phrasing the answer, most of the time the interviewers will help you.

Development Engineer, Development at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Fill in the form correctly, read some of the company's releases in the press to see what they are keen on.

Graduate engineer, Thermofluids at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Submit a succinct (half A4) cover letter with the application highlighting relevant experience and academic focus.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to tell about an instance were you felt you achieved something significant, an instance were you overcame obstacles/opposition, and an instance were you had to find a way to work with someone you didn't communicate well with.

Spare parts analyst, Services at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have some work experience.

Interview Advice:

Rolls-Royce is definitely one of the best companies for interviews. They create a really relaxed environment for everyone during the day and the one to one interviews are very friendly. The interviewers are trying to get the best out of you rather than catch you out so think clearly as there are no trick questions.

Graduate trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Your strengths in Financial areas
Sector experience?

Interview Advice:

Do your homework, i.e. know about company's recent announcements.
Acquire sector knowledge (Defence, Marine, Energy, Civil Aerospace) and draw links between them.

Business Development Analyst, Stategy & Future Programmes at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be curious, be flexible, be mobile.

Interview Advice:

Know the basics about the company history and culture, don't mix up with Rolls-Royce car manufacturer, and know about the sectors.
Most important questions will be about your abilities of doing the right job.

Operations Management Leadership Graduate, Operations at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Previous work experience is key.

Interview Advice:

Know how a jet engine works.

Engine Performance at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be sure to brush up on what exactly the company does - it's amazing how many people think Rolls-Royce still make cars!

Read up on the company's strategy and describe how you can contribute to it. Perhaps talk about some of the challenges currently faced by the industry.

Interview Advice:

Revise a few key topics from your university course before the technical interviews, you will almost certainly be asked to explain one of them in detail. Once you reach the end of your knowledge, say so! Don't try and bluff your way through, there's nothing wrong with not knowing an answer and it will look worse if you try and guess.

Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Emphasise leadership qualities and diligence in your work. I would also ensure that Operations is really for you before applying. The role demands results from day 1.
You also need to show you are committed to performing well and you go about excellence in everything.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are prepared with many examples of past experiences demonstrating leadership, team work, technical expertise. Make sure you also understand Operations and how it works within the supply chain. I would also advise knowing technical tools to use in Customer/ Supplier relations.

Operations at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

-understand what project management is and ensure that this suits your personality, e.g. if you don't have the habbit of planning and have always been a last-minute person, PM is probably not the best role for you.

Interview Advice:

-understand the company to show your interest in this industry
-understand some basics of PM: what are the important skills to have, what does the job involve, etc
-use as much common sense as possible

Project Management Graduate Trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Keep in mind it is a very demanding role. There are high expectations to achieve. Show that you are a very enthusiastic, motivated, team player person with a great ability to learn fast.

Interview Advice:

Get ready to "sell" yourself and to questions like: tell me about your best and worst characteristics.

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Application Advice:

Take the letter of motivation seriously.

Interview Advice:

Don't be nervous and try to show who you are. You don't want this job if you are not the right person for it.

Technical Sales Support, Marine at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be concise with your answers and ensure spelling and grammar is correct.

Interview Advice:

Know the company well. Research before the interview

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Application Advice:

Former relevant experience in aerospace industry or supply chain is highly advantageous.
The candidate needs a multicultural mindset and willingness for overseas deployment.

Interview Advice:

Do not expect standard questions like "what is your weakness", but questions of personal experience like "What was the hardest challenge you faced in your life up till now and how did you overcome it?".

Manufacturing Graduate Trainee, Rotatives at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Rolls Royce admires students with hand on experience in engineering. An internship / summer placement in engineering will help HR notice your application

Interview Advice:

Be calm, and relax, you need to concentrate, because not knowing the answer immediately is not that important, it is important to reach the right answer later with their guidance.

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Application Advice:

Highlight technical skills and interpersonal/social skills in application.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a long, gruelling day with multiple interviews, tests, and group activities, all of which are monitored by evaluators who help determine whether you are a candidate to get the job.

Energy Engineering Graduate Rotation Engineer, Mechanical Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Interview Advice:

Good knowledge about the company is important. Do some research on before the interview, and don't come with your admiration to Rolls-Royce cars.

Review your text book will make the interview easier. Your professional knowledge will be checked with an expert.

There was a group assignment during my interview. Be confident or active as a team player, or the leader in the group assignment.

Graduate Trainee, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Include extra-curricular activities and responsibilities as well as academic and employment achievements. Positions of responsibility and roles demonstrating commitment to a role are positively viewed.

Interview Advice:

Be aware of the company's products, recent news and general activities. Have at least a basic understanding of how a gas turbine works and the key components (fan, compressors, turbines, etc.), as well as their uses.

Don't panic too much about the technical interview. Technical knowledge is important, but the main aim is to see how you think. Don't be scared to ask questions and work through a problem if you don't know the answer.

Control Systems Engineer, EMU Systems Team at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Assure to give a truthful view of yourself and try to express that you have the specific abilities that they are looking for. Try to present that in an interesting (but serious) way to catch the readers attention.

Interview Advice:

As this is a leadership position, they will be interested in your view on leadership. Think of what kind of leader you want to be and how you want to act as a leader. Demonstrate that in group exercises rather than trying to show off as much as possible. There will also be an interview on your technical skills within the area where situations that an employee in the role you are applying for can face. Worthwile to think of what it means to work within these areas and what will be the most important things for you (priorities) in that role.

Graduate Trainee – Operations Management, Operations Management at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Study the application guidance, draw out what is being looked for and ensure that you tick all of the box's.

Ensure that you demonstrate that you have studied the scheme you are applying for.

Include specific points about what has attracted you to this specific scheme.

Demonstrate an understanding an importance of the company brand.

Interview Advice:

Prep is key- Ensure that the company and its operations are thoroughly researched

Company brand is key

Engineering Leadership Graduate, Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a good understanding of the gas turbine technology, significant self-drive and capable of integrating mutli-disciplinary teams without signficant authority.

Interview Advice:

Show technical capbility but focus on softer qualities and examples of times when you have shown/used the key competencies.

Whole Engine Designer, Systems Design Intergration at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Expect to work hard and if you do then you can expect great opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Don't focus on how much you know but focus on how you are capable of learning new things and are a strong likeable leader.

Professional Excellence Graduate, Planning anc Control at Rolls-Royce
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Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a business-oriented interview.

Operations Management Leadership Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Interview Advice:

Previous experience

Buyer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do Your best!

Interview Advice:

Basic engineering knowledge and smart approach.

R&D Design Engineer, R&D at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Know the industry and have a good understanding of business regardless of your function

Interview Advice:

Know the industry and have a good understanding of business regardless of your function

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Application Advice:

For the Customer Management scheme - know as much as you can about the different sectors of RR and the different areas of the world we work in. On top of that be as friendly and engaging as possible on the day.

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Application Advice:

Make sure you are willing to relocate!

Interview Advice:

Know the in's and out's of the company culture.

HR LDP, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

If you like Aerospace Engineering, RR is a great company to work for - the job is interesting, and there is seemingly endless variety of work! There is a job to suit everyone here.

Interview Advice:

Focus on your core competencies.

Engineering Lead for Trent 1000 Pack C EIS, Service Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

You must be curious about engineering and about everything

Interview Advice:

Team spirit is extremely important for engineering jobs and leadership jobs even more.
I saw an applicant messed up by rejecting an error in a group interview onto another applicant instead of covering it as a team.

Engineering Leadership grad, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Take your time

Interview Advice:

Read up about the company (recent news etc.), revise relevant technical notes from university.

Thermo Fluids Engineer, Thermo/Fluid Systems at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Get to know the company: the products we make, our culture, etc. for the covering letter

Interview Advice:

Be honest with the assessors!

Professional Excellence Graduate Trainee, Aerospace, Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Get an MEng. Do an internship somewhere. Talk to lots of people, make good contacts. Hunt out learning opportunities. The more you put in the more you get out.

Interview Advice:

Have a good solid understaning of basic engineering principles. Mechanical, aeronautical, materials.

Graduate, Civil Large Engines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make your application easy to read with the key points in almost bullet point form- there are thousands of applications to read through and this is the stage of the process where quick judgements are made - if you can communicate your strengths succinctly, you're most of the way there!

Interview Advice:

They want to get a full picture of you, so don't be afraid to be truthful about where your weaknesses are when it comes to the interview.

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Application Advice:

Go for it. You get a very well rounded view of a very large, industry leading, global company. They encourage us to go abroad which is a great opportunity and they're really supportive of CIMA studies.

Do not say it's a car company. We're not. We're an engine company.

Interview Advice:

Sectors of the business
DO NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE CARS! Different business all together!
Know about the share price
Make reasonable assumptions about the future
Know why we're in the media at that time (we're always doing something thats in the media)
Have a well rounded business knowledge. I was asked if i was CEO of a brick company what information would I like to have and why. Nothing to do with finance really.

Treasury controller, Treasury at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be warned that there are plenty of several very smart engineers in the company. What will help is knowing how to speak to people. The interpersonal skills aspect is extremely important.

Interview Advice:

Prepare your presentation early and go over what you put in your CV. You will be questioned on it and it will not reflect well if you are not familiar with everything you have put down.

Project Manager, Innovation Strategy at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Show that you meet the competencies (find these online), can fit into a 'trusted to deliver excellence' culture and can consider the customer and innovation. Show that you do extra-curricular activites and go to lectures etc. outside of work/eduction to widen and enhance your knowledge. If coming from university put the best case scenario for your grade expectation as it may get you the interview (but doesn't matter otherwise) - the minimum grade for everyone is 2:1 once they've been offered the job no matter what they put down on their application.

Interview Advice:

Tech interview - Make sure you go through the Rolls-Royce site and learn about the engine and the different parts. You may be asked to identify a part and say how it was manufactured - most likely to be a fan blade piece, turbine or compressor blade - but learn everything you can. Also cover manufacturing and fluid dynamics. They don't expect you to know everything and will push hard to find your limits so the key is to think aloud and show logical steps. Don't panic - even if you struggle to answer you've probably done well!
For competency interview - Show that you're driven - but be honest if you're not exactly sure where it is you're going. Make sure you prepare answers for each of the competencies.
Group exercise - be yourself, don't shout anyone down but make sure you assert yourself.

Graduate Engineer, Aerospace Components at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as possible about the company. Knowledge of the engineering involved isn't necessary.

Interview Advice:

Be talkative during the assessment centre, make sure they know you by the end of it.

Service Readiness Officer, Aftermarket Services at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Find out as much about the company as possible. Show an interest and don't be afraid to say when you don't know the answer.

Interview Advice:

Academic performance is important but you will also be asked about interests/hobbies and how you have used them to gain leadership experience etc. They want to see that you're keen to get involved and not put off by trying something new.

Stress Engineer, Stress – Defenxe at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Think about what excites you about the opportunties at Rolls-Royce and convey this in your application.
Link the skills that you already have to what would make you a good fit in the company.
Do not assume you have to be an engineer. I have a history degree.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic.
Research company challenges and opportunties.
Display interest in functional area i.e. attending seminars, reading around subject.

Purchasing Graduate, Purchasing at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Leadership behaviours

Interview Advice:

Ask them questions

Graduate Engineer, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Familiarise yourself with the structure of the gas turbines, the key technologies used, the whole design phase but also with the other part of the business such as marine, energy or nuclear.

Interview Advice:

Read the last news, press releases about Rolls-Royce, be prepared to give your opinion on different strategic matters of the business, be active on the group exercise, review technical aspects of the scheme you are applying for!

Gas Turbine Supply Chain Engineering Graduate Trainee, Gas Turbine Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiasic - if you like what you're talking about then people are happier to listen.
Apply even if you aren't on track with your grades: I applied when I was working on a 2.2 but once I had the offer, it spurred me on to get a 2.1!

Apply for an internship over a summer - it makes it's easy to secure a graduate job.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly and be confident in your answers. If you don't believe in yourself, why should anyone else?!

Graduate Engineer, Defence at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Include extra curricular activities to show team work & leadership skills

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic

PE Graduate Engineer, Mechanical stress at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Good presentation skills, strong financial skills, leadership, enthusiam

Interview Advice:

Questions on financial results, give a presentation about myself, group presentation with other interviewees, writing exercise

Financial Analyst, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Take your time, being patient with endless application forms really pays off. Also don't give up hope if you haven't heard for a while, sometimes companies take a long time to get back to you

Interview Advice:

In a technical interview if you get asked a question and you don't know the answer don't panic. State the obvious, work from the most basic knowledge you have of the subject and try and piece together what is being asked, and an answer. You will find the interviewer will help as they can see you are trying! Also ask them for clarification if they tell you something that you are unsure of.

Graduate Engineer Trainee, Defense at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Read-up on company and current news. Find out about aviation industry. Answer questions in logical, thoughtful manner - 50% of the time it's how you approach the question rather than what you know. They are looking to see how you think

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Focus on extra curricular activities
Proof read extensively - get someone else to proof read!
Relate specifically to RR.

Interview Advice:

Know about recent news and the industries that RR operates within.
Think aloud during technical interview - dont be afraid to ask questions.
Be friendly and open.

Graduate Trainee, Gas Turbine Supply Chain at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Do the home work on the company, what it stands for, how it conducts itself and how we are portrayed in the media etc.
Allow plenty of time so that you can write your aplication, then come back after a few days to review it to make sure you are happy.
Explain why it is that particular scheme you are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Prepair for the interview. Sleep well the night before as the assessment centre is a gruelling day.
Working for RR is excellent, so well worth the effort of pulling out all of the stops for the application.

Leadership Engineering Graduate, Defence Aerospace at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

I proved my worth to the company by working for another company at their location first. That, combined with good grades, an eagerness to learn and improve, and at least some exposure to both engineering and the product helped me through the application process.

Interview Advice:

I was asked what difficulties I saw in manufacturing and how I'd fix them. I was also asked the typical behavioural ("Tell me about a time when you were in such-and-such a situation") questions, and where I'd like to be in five years.

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Application Advice:

Ask as many question as possible and dont be fearful of looking foolish. The people in this industry have a huge amount of experience. Use it.

Interview Advice:

Know the product inside and out. Know the complexities of the market. Know the brand and history. The scheme is meant to develop your skill set so keep that in mind.

Commercial Officer, Commercial at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

As always, start online and do your research. Once you have the job / program in mind that you want to pursue, start networking. Go to professional association meetings, learn about their community involvement and try and get involved, look out for their recruiting events and show up dressed for the job you want (not the job you have).

Interview Advice:

Think critically and be yourself.

Production Team Leader, Component Services Indianapolis at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Take the time to consider which variation of the graduate schemes you think will work best for you. After my interview I was offered a different job to the one I'd applied for and looking back I'm glad I've ended up where I have.

Interview Advice:

During the assessment centre I had a technical interview, a competency based interview, a short essay to write, a basic numeracy test, a non-verbal resoning test and a group exercise. This makes for quite a long day, so make sure you're well rested before the interview and have done all your preparation with enough time to spare. Knowedge about the company, its history and the markets it operates is very useful.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Design Systems Engineering at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Be honest in your application. Strong academic background highly important, but candidates should also be team players and be likeable and personable.

Interview Advice:

Example of previous projects where you worked in a team.

Engineering Graduate Trainee, Derby at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you really want to work in the Aerospace industry and you want to learn how the parts are made. It will help you understand where the company is in it's strategy and where we are going.

Interview Advice:

What do you bring to the table that no one else can? (non-industry or industry-specific explanation)

Professional Excellence Planning & Control Graduate, Planning & Control at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Present yourself as a team player. Being a good listener and having attention to detail can be as important as being outspoken and displaying leadership qualities.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't over prepare.

Mechanical Engineer, Technical Support at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

be honest
take time to be thorough and precise

Interview Advice:

communication is key feature being assessed
ability to communicate technical detail well is highly regarded
confidence is key
ability to be challenged technically and work through problems is large amount of tech interview.

Integrated Project Team Leader, Turbines at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure leadership activities are visible in application.

Interview Advice:

Be knowledgeable of current events affecting company.

Operations Graduate, at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what makes you different. Also, be sure that you can operate under ambiguous situations with little direction.

Interview Advice:

Tough interview. You need to be well-rounded and a quick, logical thinker to get through the assessment center.

Lean Sigma Black Belt, Process Improvement at Rolls-Royce
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Application Advice:

Go for it!

Interview Advice:

Know the business!

Operations management leadership trainee, Operations at Rolls-Royce
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