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Rolls-Royce Overview

London, England (UK)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (RYCEY)
Aerospace & Defense
$10+ billion (AUD) per year
GE, Pratt & Whitney
We create power. Our business is built on two technology platforms, gas turbines and reciprocating engines. We power aircraft, ships and electrical generators.

Rolls-Royce is probably best known for making engines for the world’s biggest airliners ... Read more

Mission: Our vision is 'better power for a changing world'.
We are committed to innovation and continuous pursuit of improvement. At the forefront of science and technology, and with a deep customer insight, we believe we are in a strong ... Read more

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Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East
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    Current Employee - Quality Engineer in Indianapolis, IN (US)
    Current Employee - Quality Engineer in Indianapolis, IN (US)
    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Rolls-Royce full-time (More than a year)


    Great Pay
    Always Busy
    Learn a lot
    Hands on experience
    Yearly Merrit increase every year
    Chance to travel
    Customer Focused


    Management makes decisions behind the backs of employees.
    Very hard to move up
    Very Busy
    Union ran shop makes it hard to find workers who do more than the just the minimum

    Advice to Management

    Get rid of the Union.

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Rolls-Royce Interviews



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    Manufacturing Engineer Purchasing Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Walpole, MA (US)
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Walpole, MA (US)).


    I had a phone screen with a recruiter in the Philippines. One of the questions was what is your total current salary with benefits and what do you want to be at? Later, the hiring manager on the phone interview stated that my salary was too high. There was a miscommunication there in that he did not understand the information provided to him was with benefits.

    The phone screen was fairly easy with emphasis on general technical questions. I was informed that if they wanted to move forward they would be in touch within a week. I got a call the next day to schedule the interview.

    The on site interview in Walpole, MA was a bit odd. It was with the hiring manager and the technical supervisor. They asked completely different technical questions from the first interview. It was obvious the technical supervisor didn't like my background experience despite the hiring manager being very interested in my background. They also when asked did not provide any details on benefits or any meaningful answers on workplace culture. I briefly met the boss of the hiring manager who also did not provide any information on the company's benefits package besides "we have an industry standard benefits package." This canned line was a huge red flag since I was looking for them to sell me on the above average 401k match policy employees have written about in company reviews within the past year. The plant tour was decent. While small, it was nice to see they were in the middle of upgrading the facility.

    In the end, I was OK with not getting an offer due to all of the red flags and non answers I got.

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Rolls-Royce Awards & Accolades

  • Employer of the Year, Women in IT Awards, 2017
  • Most Attractive Large Employer in the UK, Randstad, 2016
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