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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…
Doing the same tasks as other working engineers in the office with assistance.
Everyone is very supportive and happy to answer questions/provide help where needed. The overall company culture is inclusive
The interview itself was well-run. It was a group interview with three stages: watching a safety presentation, team-work lego building exercise, and a one-on-one interview with a staff member.
There is a flexible working arrangement policy, however it is not promoted widely and is only available to those with specific requirements (parents, careers, over 65s, etc.) in line with legislation. Some local managers provide flexible arrangements for all staff however it is not consistently applied across the company.
No idea how much everyone gets paid. I get paid a decent intern wage.
Very accessible, friendly, helpful.
Not much training was required but anything else was picked up on the job.
It's difficult in engineering, as it requires vacancies to arise at higher levels for people to all shuffle up. Across the business there is a fair bit of movement and role redefinition to allow for people to shift their development.
Women are fairly treated, they hire based on skill, not your gender.Join us to bookmark!
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