All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Tata Steel employees based on 28 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.3/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.1/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.2/5
 
Company Culture:
3.3/5
 
Career Progression:
3.5/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.3/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.6/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.4/5
 

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Rail and Section Mill Job Title: Technical Graduate Trainee

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Application Advice:

Do an industrial placement year during your degree with the company that you want to work for in the future.

Interview Advice:

Research the steel industry and steel making processes.

Graduate Trainee, Environmental Chemistry at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company before applying. Get to know the various products and services that are offered. This will help in filling out a better application form.
Tailor your CV to meet specific requirements with regards to the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Concentrate on what you know - technical knowledge, arithmetic ability, presentation skills. Do not be hesitant to say 'I don't know' as they mainly look for graduates who are open to learning rather than ones who think they know it all.

Manufacturing Graduate, Automotive Service Centre at Tata Steel
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Interview Advice:

Research the company, identify its values and core markets. Additionally, evaluate the current operating environment, listing opportunities and threats.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Have a general overview of how steel is made.
Be enthusiastic and ask questions.
Give a lot of examples of working in a team.

Interview Advice:

How is steel made?
Problems facing the steel industry?
Control questions/ power electronics questions.
Customer focused questions.

Graduate Electrical Engineer, HRP at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

If you're looking for a job that allows you to be exposed to various departments and experiences and work well under pressure (not huge) then I suggest you to apply to Tata steel.

Interview Advice:

Research about the steel industry, about the business very well. How is steel made?

Improvement consultant, Energy Efficiency at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Really emphasise the competencies and previous experience and how this can be desirable for Tata Steel, for any role this is invaluable.

Interview Advice:

I was asked what characteristics of steel they have to account for in their final product and how much I knew about the process of making steel.
I had to do a presentation on something I had done at University or at work, stating what was involved and how any of this could be made beneficial to Tata (knowledge or experience gained).

Technical graduate, Cost of Liquid Steel at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Ensure your CV is well detailed and well formatted.
Ensure that you apply for the role that is most suited to you and your background/skill set.

Interview Advice:

Try and give detailed descriptions of your previous working experiences and what YOU did instead of what a colleague or team was able to do.
Be honest about what you're hoping to achieve at the company. It's great to have ambition.
Ask plenty of questions about the company and what your role might entail. e.g. Is the role both challenging and rewarding? What part does the role play in the company as a whole?
Ensure you prepare for the interview appropriately; practice presentation skills and example interview questions with friends/family.

PC&A Engineering graduate, Process Control at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Company responds well to people who are are keen to progress.

Interview Advice:

Be at ease and don't show if you are under pressure. Questions asked regarded where I want to be in 5 years? What I would do if I was director? What I think of the company's current situation?

IT business Analyst, Group information services at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Research the industry side of the company and the macro economic context rather than honing in on specific departmental skills.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and show passion for the company/role. You don't have to be an expert on the field you are going into as you will learn this when you start working.

Make sure you know why you are applying for this specific company and role over other options you may have.

, at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Very practical job, requires a lot of patience even to get used to the day to day activities. So much goes on at the 3 different production lines, that it can be a bit overwhelming to take all the information in.

Very strong emphasis on Health and Safety. Should be able to see the small details in everything but also the bigger picture. Innovation is something that the company is trying to push among the employees.

Interview Advice:

Build an excellent picture about yourself to the interviewer based on you past experience in health and safety (could be the smallest thing such as showing an awareness for safe working conditions), evidence of being able to work in a team and seek out new ways of doing things.

Graduate Manufacturing Engineer, Manufacturing at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

The company is huge so think about which area you want to be started with and what technical experience you want to gain, whether it is at one process unit on site level or looking at several different sites.- there are opportunities to move later on but the biggest opportunity will be at the interview stage.

Interview Advice:

The questions were not designed to trip you up and were more about the role you will play in the department and the challenges of the company etc.

Graduate Trainee, Environment at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Research the company well. Think about opportunities and threats that the company faces. Look up the Theory of Constraints as it is implemented within the company's supply chain.

Interview Advice:

Be genuine, show your potential. If you don't know the answer to a question, say so and then try to come up with an answer by making logical assumptions. Show readiness to learn and improve. In the group exercise, work collaboratively.

Graduate within Supply Chain, at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Be honest!

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for competency questions. Your technical expertise is important but showing that you can adapt to situations is imperative.

Graduate Researcher, Surface Engineering at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Read up on core values of the company.
People skills and strong expertise are highly appreciated.

Interview Advice:

Most interviews are competency based. Fluent answers on 'give an example when you ....' type of questions with what - how - outcome are given very high marks.

Technical Graduate Trainee, Technical at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

If you are ready to begin your engineering career and give your best shot at becoming a senior manager in the future to come you should think about applying for Tata Steel. The nature of the business is steel making but behind the scenes there can be a variety of other disciplines taking place which Graduates are more than welcome to take part. This is extremely beneficial as you end up having a great panoramic view of a healthy professional life.

Interview Advice:

The interviewing process can be challenging, so if you are dedicated and able to talk about your previous college experiences and some of the things you have learned you will end up with a very good chance of securing a position in Tata Steel. General engineering knowledge is a must. (gearboxes, transmission systems, motors AC/DC, steel making knowledge etc) Be calm and confident.

Manufacturing Graduate, Colours at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Understand the business and show enthusiasm towards the scale/type of work that you will be involved in.

Interview Advice:

Same as above. Also, I was asked a fair amount of competency based questions, so have some "pre-made" answers for these generic, stock questions.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Apply only if you love engineering and want to make a difference.

Interview Advice:

Learn the basics about Mechanical engineering like Gears, Vibrations, Stress - Strain etc.

Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Bloom Casters at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Show some broad knowledge and understanding of industry (not necessarily the Steel industry), highlight a small amount of specialist knowledge you may have and do not forget to mention things such as teamwork and the ability to learn new things.

Interview Advice:

Be comfortable with group tasks and presentations (practice will help). Remember to show people that you can listen to them (and ask questions about what they are saying) as well as telling them about yourself.

Graduate Trainee, at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Do not hesitate to apply, because big opportunities can be given in Tata Steel as long as you are interested in your role and projects.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared and challenge, surprise the interviewers.

Electrical Graduate Engineer, Energy Optimization at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Prepare well for assessment centre. Demonstrate alignment to TATA values in addition to soft and hard skills.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to give examples of what you did and the results; all in accordance to the competencies they are asking for.

Technical Graduate Trainee, Rail and Section Mill at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Your application will be sent to every rotation you work for.

Interview Advice:

Draw on experience and interests during the techinical stage if you are slightly uncertain of an answer. Make sure your presentation not only focuses on the technical aspects but shows you are aware of time contraints and company policies such as health and saftety etc.

Graduate Trainee, Energy Operations at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Learn about the steel making process.

Interview Advice:

Giving evidence of time when you did a particular thing.

Technical graduate, Product Technology at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Be a hands on individual, with good communication skills.

Interview Advice:

Technical questions regarding the steel-making process.

Technologist – Product development, Technical at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

If you enjoy working in a challenging environment, as well as responsibility this is the right job for you. Confidence and self assurance is key, as you need to be able to challenge past practices to invoke improvements.

The company is great, as they support you from the start, even when you are relocating to a particular part of the company.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in yourself and self assured about your ideas, ensure that you are able to show that your keeness to learn, as this is a continuous process int the steel making industry.
Learn about company ethos and strategies, as well as have a basic understanding of the steel making processes.

Technical Graduate, BIllet Mill at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

If your expecting an office based role, then this role is not for you. Placements are usually orientated around interaction with plant personnel and equipment in order to achieve your objectives.

Process Fuel Engineer, Blast Furnaces at Tata Steel
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off if you aren't from a specific engineering related background. Most of what you learn will be fresh on the job, and people have succeeded with degrees in a range of subjects, from Geography to Mathematics.

Interview Advice:

As always, knowledge of the business' position and the market conditions are imperative, as interviewers are almost certain to check who's done their initial homework. Applying straight from a degree, there will be plenty of competency based interview questions (e.g. of the form "tell me of a time when you overcame a difficulty to.." etc.).
I would also strongly advise researching the steelmaking process, from iron ore to finished product. TATA Steel operates integrated steel works, which means it produces it's products from the very start. Some basic knowledge of ironmaking, steelmaking rolling processes would be very useful.

Graduate, Technical at Tata Steel
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