Evironement flexible et agreable. Nouveaux defis et concepton mecanique imaginative. Conception de nouveaux produits. Etudes de faisabilite et efficience industrielle. Jamais je pense que je travail quand j'aime qu'est-ce que je fais.
Supply Chain Designer (Former Employee) – Dorval, near Montreal, Quebec – 5 July 2018
Very Francophone area of Canada, unless you are prepared to learn Quebecoise (NOT French) it is not for you. Company has a very penny pinching approach to employees and is run by ex-Rolls-Royce management - big mistake on Siemens part to leave these people in charge
Lots of wide open spaces, houses/apartments pretty big
Language, Quebec cares more about it's language than it's people
Facilities Administrator (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 19 May 2017
My experience with Rolls Royce has been an overall positive one despite working in the worst performing sector in their juggernaut of companies. The staff were well taken care of with a generous pension plan and the security of working for a corporation with a world wide reputation to protect.
I had the opportunity to learn new skills and apply the ones learned throughout my academic development. I was a valuable member of a team that had important and challenging tasks. I left with a great impression and compliments. I would very much like to work for such company again.
Largely independent work with limited direct supervision. Varied duties and responsibilities Helped transition company to ISO 9001 certification. Original company I started with was bought by Rolls-Royce. Management style and procedures changed and authority became more distant. Some changes were needed, others became a hindrance. Co-workers were dedicated and pleasant to work with. It was a relaxed environment and local management was approachable. Original company and product no longer exists. Workforce severely reduced.
Centre de réparation et de remise à neuf de systèmes de moteurs d’avion et de compression à turbines à gaz dérivés de l'aéronautique.
Test Bench Programmer (Former Employee) – St Laurent, QC – 15 May 2016
Catégoriser les différentes composantes d’une cellule de test. Analyser les principales déficiences du système en place. Concevoir un programme améliorant le système. Rédiger un rapport sur l’estimation de la durée de vie des composants.