Jaguar Land RoverJaguar Land Rover
Pulses racing. Spines tingling. Throughout our history, our iconic vehicles have delivered some of the most emotive driving experiences on the road. Today, with increasing demand and ever-growing ambition, we’re seeking the next generation of innovators who will capture the hearts and minds of customers in every corner of the world.
From Programmes & Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Commercial Engineering and Design, to Supply Chain & Logistics, Purchasing, Finance and Human Resources, through to Property, IT and Marketing, Sales & Service, PR and Global Business Expansion, we offer graduate programmes right across the business.
Whatever your role, you’ll discover our dedication to developing excellence runs throughout the business. Your innovation and creativity will be challenged every day, as you develop a rigorous and commercially focused approach to your work. And with opportunities to gain professional qualifications and comprehensive in-house training, you’ll quickly realise the programme has been designed to be just as inspiring as the vehicles you’ll help produce.
As you’d expect from one of the world's most revered organisations, an outstanding range of rewards and benefits await those who have the vision and drive to continue our global success – including a competitive starting salary, joining bonus, pension scheme and discounted car purchase scheme. All this and more makes Jaguar Land Rover an excellent place to start your journey and put your excellence in motion.Apply: Jaguar Land Rover scheme
15 month placement undergraduate placement at Jaguar Land Rover
The interview was fairly intense. It lasted for one hour and consisted of 8 questions. The first question was the hardest which I have written down below. However, this question was tailored to the sector my interviewer was from in the company so
Engineering Higher Apprentice at Jaguar Land Rover
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Jaguar Land Rover - Graduate Purchasing at Jaguar Land Rover
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