Graduate Engineer - Bath, UK

What is your role here at Rotork?

I am a graduate engineer currently working on a services project doing coding and bug testing for a new system release.

What kind of technology at Rotork do you work with on a regular basis?

I use Microsoft programs and a couple of coding languages.

What does an average day at Rotork look like for you?

I get up at 6am for work, travel for just over an hour. I arrive at 7.30am - 7.45am and catch up on emails and any messages from the day before. I usually finish any work from the previous day and get my day planned before my first team meeting which happen at 10am daily. We have a breakdown of our sprint and then a developers meeting afterwards. I have a final meeting at 3pm which I a catch-up and recount of what has been fixed for the day.


What were the main things about Rotork that made you want to join?

The fact I get to travel nationally as well as globally, as I haven’t been able to travel much on my own. The friendliness of the team was also a big factor, as everyone seemed happy to talk to me and help me settle into this new position.

What is the biggest positive about working at Rotork?

The teamwork and communication between team members, as I can always ask someone within the team for help if it is needed.

What makes you most excited about the future with Rotork?

Being able to progress through the job roles and provide support for future employees, as I would like to continue the welcoming and helpful environment created here. I’m also looking forward to travelling to more places with the company, and see what is happening globally rather than locally.