Rolls-Royce is a global business providing power systems for use on land, at sea and in the air. The Group has a balanced business portfolio with leading positions in the civil and defence aerospace, marine and energy markets. We invest in technology and capabilities that can be applied to products and services in each of the global markets we serve.
Engineers play a key role in all phases of the company's projects from initial business specification and design right through to product development, manufacturing and in-service support. Engineers ensure delivery of products and projects are to time, budget and to customer expectations.
The company has over 7,000 engineers based in 18 sites, in 8 countries, in 21 engineering disciplines. Engineering careers range from the highly-specialised to more broad-based roles from people who are world experts in their field, to those who manage hundreds of people and millions of pounds of investment.
Engineering covers a wide range of engineering disciplines, from design, development and test, to manufacture. Some roles are quite specialised, whilst others incorporate a range of skills. Examples of engineering roles include:
Engine and aircraft performance
So whether candidates want to develop the company's intellectual capital or build an environment which gives our customers the best products and services their money can buy, Rolls-Royce offers such opportunities.
The company looks for people with core engineering skills but candidates need the potential to adapt and to learn quickly as technology progresses.
The company provides a world-class training and development framework and the opportunity to work on many different projects at different stages of the engineering lifecycle.