Rolls-Royce Jobs & Careers in Derby, England

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12 days ago

Senior Analytical Engineer - Controls Data and Services

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

will also include providing specialist methods and tools development for our product and service support teams for design, prediction and… Jobsite.co.uk


7 days ago

Design Engineers - Primary Components

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

Our Submarines business is growing on a global scale. We support the Royal Navy as the technical authority to the UK Ministry of… Jobsite.co.uk


30+ days ago

Senior Health Physicist

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

This is your chance to join them. Our submarines business is growing on a global scale. We support the Royal Navy as the technical authority to the… Jobsite.co.uk


25 days ago

Mechanical Designer Engineer - Nuclear

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

This role includes containers for the transportation of new and used fuel, new and used neutron sources, test sources, irradiated core components… Jobsite.co.uk


19 days ago

Mechanical Engineer - Product Acceptance and Delivery

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

We have a fantastic opportunity for a talented Design Engineer to join the Next Generation Nuclear Propulsion Plant Control Rod Drive Mechanism… Jobsite.co.uk


30+ days ago

Design Engineer - Propulsion Systems

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

To achieve current and future design challenges such as low signature and the ability to survive high shock loads, advanced materials and new… Jobsite.co.uk


27 days ago

Lean Engineers

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

This outstanding, challenging and interesting position will really give you a full picture of the company from a global perspective. Make a… Jobsite.co.uk


19 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer - Delivery (Submarines)

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Rolls-Royce for a Manufacturing Engineer - Delivery, within the Primary Components (Submarines) business to… Jobsite.co.uk


25 days ago

Design Engineer - Submarines - Fluid Systems

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

Our Submarines Business is responsible for the design, manufacture, supply and through-life support of nuclear propulsion-related products and… Jobsite.co.uk


30+ days ago

Mechanical Engineer (Valves) - Primary Components

Rolls Royce PLC Derby, England

Rolls-Royce wish to recruit Mechanical Engineers into the Valves and Control Rod Drive Mechanism (CRDM) commodity group, within our Submarines… Jobsite.co.uk


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    Current Employee - Advanced Practical Apprentice  in  Derby, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Advanced Practical Apprentice in Derby, England (UK)

    I have been working at Rolls-Royce full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    As Rolls Royce is a leading manufacturer it has a lot of new high end equipment. Pay for full time employees in shop floor positions and manufacturing engineer position can be good.There are a fair amount of good employee benefits suck as the cycle to work scheme, share save scheme etc.

    Cons

    The working environment is terrible in some places (sweltering/freezing/filthy etc.). There is far too much management and new layers are still being added even when there are not enough jobs for the apprentices they have taken on. Management is quite bad and quick to change. It's rare to find a manager who has been in their current position for long or who has progressed to manager directly from their last job role meaning a lot of training and changes just for them to move on again soon. the management is also not very proactive (especially when it comes to issuing pay rises or rate increases. There are not equal training opportunities for all the staff. contrary to what the company says, they only offer training to those who are already on a management/ manufacturing engineer path. This means shop floor staff have little chance of progression.

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    the benefits offered to employees are good and rewarding. a lot of managers need to be more proactive and in certain facilities management should be thinned out a bit. there needs to be more of a focus on making sure there are enough jobs for the apprentices. apprentices should be individually assessed and interview concerning whether or not they should be given funding for higher education rather than funding technical apprentices only. working conditions in certain factory facilities need a good look at before they become a health and safety nightmare.

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