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Reviews by Airbus graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.2GradAustralia surveyed 10 graduates working at Airbus. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 10 responses.
- I was able to work on two state of the art helicopters, learn a new discipline and gain experience within an engineering team
- The inclusive nature of the work culture
- Great team environment Many social perks
- Get to do real engineering, calculations, design, etc. Working to maintain and enhance a real aircraft. Get to see things in real life, can walk down to the hangar whenever you need to.
- Very interesting and challenging work, with the aircraft on site in our facility.
- At times it was hard to find tasks as the role of an intern within the company was not explicitly defined.
- Some jobs are not so interesting and can be quite dry.
- Nothing really, it was a great experience.
What insiders say about…
Always working on a project, designing and doing the related work.
Very social and relaxed environment.
Some technical questions (aerospace structures) - easy calculations and some harder conceptual. Logistical questions, and typical behavioural interview questions.
Make sure you understand the concepts from aerospace structures - buckling and crippling, fastener failure modes, etc. Don't gloss over the stuff that wasn't important for the course because it's probably important for the interview. Make sure you have good answers that you've thought about for the behavioural questions (what are you good/bad at? describe your personality? a time you have failed? etc.)
Airbus has completely flexible work hours for their work experience program. During holidays it is usually full time and during semester you can work as much as you can handle, depending on your university workload.
Employees do not have access to any information on salary bands (or even which one they are on). Everyone is on an individual contract. In general the salaries are quite reasonable, even above average for graduates in aerospace.
Very accessible, friendly, helpful.
Most of the training for my position was conducted by undertaking tasks and becoming familiar with the processes and procedures.
It takes several years for graduates to be considered for promotion. After a certain level promotion is dependent on positions becoming vacant. At this level there is little turn-over so it can take a long time.
Diversity is not an issue. They hire and support however they can regardless of your background / status.Join us to bookmark!
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