Pros: great development program, complete a lot of training (yellow belt etc.)
Cons: short projects that i wasn't able to be involved in from start to finish.
While working at Rolls-Royce, I gained insight into how an elite engineering company operates. I learned how to work within a team and how communication, even when my ideas differ with a co-worker's, is vital to a project succeeding. During my time as an engineer, my technical skills were challenged frequently and due to my rotational role, I had to – more... learn on the fly. The hardest part of my job was working on 3 month projects and then moving roles due to the nature of the rotational program. Although I did complete my personal objectives, I wasn't able to see the projects I was involved with from start to finish. The most enjoyable part of my job was working on projects with little to no prior experience and being given responsibility to complete the tasks at my own discretion. I thoroughly enjoyed the projects I worked on and know that the experience I gained by learning on the fly is something that will aid my in my future career. – less