Thursday 8th November 2012. 5.00pm to 9.30pm.
Rolls-Royce, Derby. By individual invitation only
Rolls-Royce Electrical Power and Control Systems (EPACS) is a global engineering team that provides People, Processes, Tools and Technologies to support the ambitions of our Aerospace, Energy and Marine sectors for new advanced electrical, control and software system technologies.
We are investing several million pounds each year to grow and develop this global engineering team, supporting the development of new and innovative technologies for the business. EPACS exploits technologies by developing once and using many times using a global network of Universities, laboratories and design centres. In order to provide integrated competitive technologies, world-leading systems, processes and tools, we need an agile and global engineering team that can think differently, operate in a global environment and enjoys working in several transport and energy sectors.
Consequently, we are holding a Recruitment Evening to attract people that can contribute to this dynamic and exciting team. Would you enjoy the challenge of working with professional engineers across multi-disciplinary teams, providing system level solutions to enable Rolls-Royce to continue its widely acclaimed delivery of power systems into multiple market sectors?
We are currently recruiting capable engineers in electrical, control systems and software based roles that can design and deliver systems that will keep Rolls-Royce in its place at the forefront of power systems engineering. Can you identify yourself in any of the roles outlined on the following pages? If so, we would like to invite you to an introductory evening where you can find out more about Rolls-Royce and EPACS, and we can find out more about you. Our recruitment is UK based, with openings at our Derby and Bristol operating plants.
Within the informal setting of our Heritage Exhibition, you can meet members of our engineering and leadership team, discuss potential career aspirations, opportunities and see some of the exciting products that Rolls-Royce delivers and has delivered for the last hundred years. Our local leadership team will present a brief overview of the EPACS organisation and purpose and then be on hand for informal discussions. If you are successful in a short (15 minute) interview, you will be invited to take part in a follow-on interview at a later date to explore roles and opportunities more fully.
To Register Your Interest please submit your CV through this website. (If you are not already registered on this site, you will need to create a personal profile.) If your CV shows us that you could fit into our team, you will receive an e-mail by Friday 19th October, inviting you to attend our Recruitment Evening. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to help Rolls-Royce to continue to develop its world class power systems business across all our operating sectors.
Are you interested in Engineering Opportunities within Electrical Power and Control Systems...?
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.
Due to our success and growth exciting new opportunities now exist in our Electrical Power and Control Systems (EPACS) group, covering the general disciplines of electrical systems, software, equipment health monitoring, project management and control systems engineering. Substantial components of our business are characterised by electrical, control system and software development, and our team is driving standards and technologies to improve our world class standing in this arena. The EPACS organisation is building capability in analysing, developing and implementing new power system technologies and products for customers across all of our sectors.
Consequently a number of vacancies exist across a range of engineering disciplines relating to the development of such power systems. These vacancies offer exciting challenges and opportunities for an ambitious individual with relevant qualifications.
Can you represent EPACS on internal initiatives and at appropriate external forums? Would you be interested in a role that demands flexibility to operate across aerospace, marine and energy applications with an innovative approach? Can you work with embryonic technologies as we do through our Rolls-Royce sponsored University Technology Centres?
Are you interested in any of the following roles?
Control Systems Architects
Electrical Engineers, Electrical Machine Engineers, Power Electronic Engineers
Software Intensive Systems Engineers
Then read more here...