Rolls-Royce was formed in the early 1900s by Charles Stewart Rolls and Sir Frederick Henry Royce in the northwest city of Manchester. It has since gone on to become one of the most famous company names associated with the United Kingdom.
Rolls-Royce is now a global company with over half of its order book in the Middle East and Asia. They employ over 50,000 people worldwide. Students interested in manufacturing and engineering could find a career they truly love with Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce needs teams of people to help drive the company forward both in the United Kingdom and overseas. Obviously, as you would expect with such a large company, there are positions available in many roles from engineering to accountancy and buying.
Although Rolls-Royce is not usually going to be a company where you look for a casual student job, there are openings for those beginning graduate careers. And for those students who have decided university is not for them, Rolls-Royce also run apprenticeships and school leaver programmes. Students still at university and looking to build up some work experience could also consider a Rolls-Royce internship.
Rolls-Royce say innovation is at the heart of everything they do. They are interested in creating world firsts and they look for innovative young people, whether that’s as an intern, an apprentice or a graduate, to fill those roles.
Rolls-Royce provide mentoring, on and off the job training and immersive, hands on experience to help you excel in the role you have chosen to do with them. The Rolls-Royce apprenticeship programme was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and those apprentices who would benefit from a placement with Rolls-Royce will be those young people who can rise to meeting new challenges and using their initiative.
As mentioned above, Rolls-Royce is now a global company and there are opportunities for those who would perhaps like a new challenge by developing their career overseas. From Barnoldswick to Bristol in the United Kingdom, to Os in Norway, to Indianapolis in the US, Rolls-Royce could have opportunities for apprentices, interns and graduates in every corner of the globe.
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