Senior Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 11, 2018
Not a place you would want to work. I wasted my skills and intellect for to many years there. They are a dying company with a culture that has recently been fined for bribery along with other unethical behavior.
Manufacturing Engineer - Purchasing (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 7, 2018
Difficult to start a new job requiring frequent travel under current circumstances where travel is restricted. Haven't been able to actually learn about my suppliers or "real" job duties. Team environment is great though, and local management is very supportive. Excellent onboarding and on-the-job training available.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 6, 2018
I left one great company to come here thinking I was coming to a better one and was much surprised. There are areas that are about the employees and the work/life balance but the area I was in, was a different story and was very disappointed.....just about walked out within the first week of being there.
Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 1, 2018
A typical day is what you put into it. You can work your tail off, or slack off, but it all shows up in the end. I learned what it is like to be in a professional work environment and helped myself grow as an engineer. Management at Rolls-Royce follows a grid system and do a great job at working together. The culture at Rolls-Royce is professional, but relaxed. It stays highly productive without the high stress. The hardest part of the job was overcoming my own presuppositions of what work life was like and adapting. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people.
Electrical Group Leader (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, OH – August 29, 2018
freedom to make decide issues,find better ways of doing test,team work between union,company people plus entronics,test engineers,manage,and union workers, safety was of highest scale,as well as the quality and performance of product good place to work
Rolls-Royce is an excellent place to work with many different opportunities
Global Capability Mgr, Product Information Mgmt (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 12, 2018
Rolls-Royce is an excellent place to work with many different opportunities from a student beginning to global Rolls-Royce assignments. There have been opportunities in different areas of the business as my career evolved from local factory industrial engineering to global process improvements. International travel, working with the global businesses to define requirements and solutions, working with external IT companies to deploy the new infrastructure and applications have all been exciting and enlightening opportunities.
Rolls-Royce has a diverse workforce and stresses the importance of ethics. As a global company, one might be on conference calls in the morning with UK colleagues and then taking actions to complete before the next day. Conversely, UK employees might work actions in their mornings in preparation for afternoon calls. Collaboration is a must. The opportunity to work globally and travel has been educational, learning to work together and become acquainted with other cultures and companies.
lots of opportunities and a professional workforce and environment
Head of Helicopter Deployed Services, Defense (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 8, 2018
Very UK centered, when problems occurred, management tended to look the other way rather than address the issue. It transitioned to where the bottom line was more important than the employees. The more the business shrank, the worse it got.
Rolls-Royce is a different company today than the one I went to work for 10 years ago.
Senior Specialist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 5, 2018
Rolls-Royce is a different company today than the one I went to work for 10 years ago. Changes being executed today are being driven from across the pond with no awareness of the requirements of the DoD.
Office clerk (Former Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – August 4, 2018
Working for Rolls Royce was a great experience, I learned so much about the product and always wish to be sent for training to England. I worked for Rolls Royce for 6 years, the best 6 years of my automotive career. If I can go back I would in a heart beat. A typical day at work was always great, coffee in the morning beautiful view of the cars and landscaping, no rush on any task only when events were planned out. Coordinating events was so much fun and I met a lot of famous people. My wish working for Rolls-Royce was to be relocated to England with my family, with a job offer that will give me the opportunity to give my kids the best education possible.
Audit Manager for North America (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 1, 2018
Rolls-Royce is a good company to work for. They are always working toward improvement of the business and the way it is managed and organized in order to be more aligned with company objectives. They are very proactive in instituting programs for employee satisfaction. The salary and benefits are, I believe, above average.
Application's Manager Engineer (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, OH – July 30, 2018
excellent place to work for with good benefits and excellent work environment.Supported career development by subsidizing advance college degrees and other internal programs such green belts and black belts.