What's the average pay for a fitter at Rolls‑Royce?
The average pay for a fitter at Rolls-Royce is between £37.7k and £55.0k per year.
The top paying employers for mechanical fitters are Rolls-Royce, Airbus and BAE Systems.
Last updated 12 January 2024
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How we know this
Based on data from 27 people who took the Breakroom Quiz between July 2022 and January 2024.
Who pays mechanical fitters the most?
- Rolls-Royce Pay £37.7k-55.0k per year
- Airbus Pay £30.4k-46.4k per year
- BAE Systems Pay £12.59-21.52 per hour
- Babcock Pay £27.6k-36.0k per year
- Stagecoach Pay £12.01-14.68 per hour
- Sunbelt Rentals Pay £23.0k-32.0k per year
- National Tyres and Autocare Pay £18.3k-24.9k per year
- Kwik Fit Pay £16.3k-22.1k per year
Jobs at Rolls-Royce
What are mechanical fitters saying about pay at Rolls-Royce?
Lots of time off work
Rolls-Royce CNC machinist, October 2022
Pay, shift pattern, no respect use your holidays for factory shut down.
Rolls-Royce Employee, September 2022
HR. Good luck sorting anything out like pay or job transition, they’re useless
Rolls-Royce Engineer, May 2022
Pay, shifts, breaks, holidays, team I work with, relaxed atmosphere, left alone
Lack of communication.
Rolls-Royce Team leader, September 2021
Office staff, hours, pay, short breaks, no progression.
Rolls-Royce Technician, July 2021