NOT SIMPLY 'A PLACE TO WORK'

Social impact is more than simply a product of what we do. It is a determining factor in how we do it. Our licence to operate depends upon our lasting and positive impact.

This is a philosophy we share with Tata. The Group’s founder, Jamsetji Tata, said: “In a free enterprise, the community is not just another stakeholder in business but is in fact the very purpose of its existence.” Combining the talent of our people with our market-leading technologies can deliver real change.

In Fiscal 2017/18, our employees committed over 70,000 hours through our Volunteer Changemakers programme, supporting a diverse range of charity partners. Twenty-two per cent of these hours specifically supported our Technology for Good projects.

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TECHNOLOGY FOR GOOD

Technology and engineering can have huge benefits for society, bringing solutions to countless everyday challenges. With our expertise, skills and knowledge in these fields, we are in an enviable position to address these challenges and make a real difference to the world around us.

Our innovation and volunteering programmes leverage the skills of our employees to find solutions to improve the way we work. By continuing to apply these programmes to a wider social purpose, we are harnessing our technological expertise to help those in need..

ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION

To be a truly sustainable business, we consider both the vehicles we produce and every aspect of the process that goes into manufacturing them. We are determined to minimise our impact on the environment, our people and on the world’s precious raw materials.

We are confident of meeting our challenging target to achieve a 45 per cent reduction in European fleet average tailpipe CO2 emissions by 2020. Minimising the carbon footprint of our wider business is also a key objective. We have already reduced our global vehicle manufacturing operating CO2 by 46 per cent per vehicle compared to 2007 by driving efficiencies and building our own renewable energy generating capacity.

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ENGAGED AND PASSIONATE PEOPLE

We are investing more than £100 million per year in the Jaguar Land Rover Academy, offering lifelong learning for employees. Around a quarter of employees are actively working towards a formal academic or professional qualification at all levels from apprenticeship to doctorate. We have also upskilled 7,000 engineers with Master’s-level education since 2010.

INSPIRING TOMORROW’S ENGINEERS

More than 350,000 schoolchildren participated in our ‘Inspiring Tomorrow’s Engineers’ programme in 2017. This provided interactive learning, team challenges and educational visits aimed at capturing and encouraging an active and ongoing interest in engineering. By 2020 the programme will have engaged with two million young people, nurturing talent for our business and the wider automotive industry.

In addition, around 5,000 employees donate 100,000 hours annually to support Jaguar Land Rover’s science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education programmes in schools..

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CLOSING THE LOOP

With the pressure on our natural resources growing, extracting the maximum possible value from every process and material is paramount. That means challenging ourselves on anything that delivers value to our business and our customers only once. We have to ask what is the second- or even third-life opportunity for that material or product? We recycle or reuse 99 per cent of all non-metal waste from our UK manufacturing process.

Showcasing the passion and potential of a zero waste, circular economy approach, we have revolutionised the disposal of polyurethane. When we have finished with the clay models within which the polyurethane blocks are used we break them down. The cut-off blocks can then be reused either within the business or at Jaguar Land Rover’s education and business partnership centres. However, that still leaves some waste and to deal with that, a new pilot circular economy model has been introduced. Jaguar Land Rover has now teamed up with pioneering surfboard manufacturer Skunkworks, based in Northern Ireland, to produce surfboards made entirely from our remaining recycled polyurethane waste.

ARMED FORCES

As a gold standard Armed Forces Covenant holder Jaguar Land Rover has publicly pledged to become an employer of choice for service leavers. We are pleased to have welcomed over 850 ex-service personnel to Jaguar Land Rover since 2014 and have a range of schemes to support them transitioning into our business.

Jaguar Land Rover is also proud of its role as presenting partner of the Invictus Games in London (2014), Orlando (2016) and Toronto (2017), and is looking forward to supporting the Sydney Games in October 2018.

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TECHNOLOGY FOR GOOD

Technology and engineering can have huge benefits for society, bringing solutions to countless everyday challenges. With our expertise, skills and knowledge in these fields, we are in an enviable position to address these challenges and make a real difference to the world around us.

Our innovation and volunteering programmes leverage the skills of our employees to find solutions to improve the way we work. By continuing to apply these programmes to a wider social purpose, we are harnessing our technological expertise to help those in need..

JAG

ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION

To be a truly sustainable business, we consider both the vehicles we produce and every aspect of the process that goes into manufacturing them. We are determined to minimise our impact on the environment, our people and on the world’s precious raw materials.

We are confident of meeting our challenging target to achieve a 45 per cent reduction in European fleet average tailpipe CO2 emissions by 2020. Minimising the carbon footprint of our wider business is also a key objective. We have already reduced our global vehicle manufacturing operating CO2 by 46 per cent per vehicle compared to 2007 by driving efficiencies and building our own renewable energy generating capacity.

JAG

ENGAGED AND PASSIONATE PEOPLE

We are investing more than £100 million per year in the Jaguar Land Rover Academy, offering lifelong learning for employees. Around a quarter of employees are actively working towards a formal academic or professional qualification at all levels from apprenticeship to doctorate. We have also upskilled 7,000 engineers with Master’s-level education since 2010.

JAG

INSPIRING TOMORROW’S ENGINEERS

More than 350,000 schoolchildren participated in our ‘Inspiring Tomorrow’s Engineers’ programme in 2017. This provided interactive learning, team challenges and educational visits aimed at capturing and encouraging an active and ongoing interest in engineering. By 2020 the programme will have engaged with two million young people, nurturing talent for our business and the wider automotive industry.

In addition, around 5,000 employees donate 100,000 hours annually to support Jaguar Land Rover’s science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education programmes in schools..

JAG

CLOSING THE LOOP

With the pressure on our natural resources growing, extracting the maximum possible value from every process and material is paramount. That means challenging ourselves on anything that delivers value to our business and our customers only once. We have to ask what is the second- or even third-life opportunity for that material or product? We recycle or reuse 99 per cent of all non-metal waste from our UK manufacturing process.

Showcasing the passion and potential of a zero waste, circular economy approach, we have revolutionised the disposal of polyurethane. When we have finished with the clay models within which the polyurethane blocks are used we break them down. The cut-off blocks can then be reused either within the business or at Jaguar Land Rover’s education and business partnership centres. However, that still leaves some waste and to deal with that, a new pilot circular economy model has been introduced. Jaguar Land Rover has now teamed up with pioneering surfboard manufacturer Skunkworks, based in Northern Ireland, to produce surfboards made entirely from our remaining recycled polyurethane waste.

JAG

ARMED FORCES

As a gold standard Armed Forces Covenant holder Jaguar Land Rover has publicly pledged to become an employer of choice for service leavers. We are pleased to have welcomed over 850 ex-service personnel to Jaguar Land Rover since 2014 and have a range schemes to support them transitioning into our business.

Jaguar Land Rover is also proud of its role as presenting partner of the Invictus Games in London (2014), Orlando (2016) and Toronto (2017), and is looking forward to supporting the Sydney Games in October 2018.

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TRANSFORMING THE LIVES OF MILITARY VETERANS

SUPPLIERS AND PARTNERS

Jaguar Land Rover employ almost 42,000 people globally and support around 240,000 more through our dealerships, suppliers and local businesses. As part of our committment to these suppliers and partners we are providing helpful links here to their employment opportunities. While any positions you find on their sites are not directly with Jaguar Land Rover, they are important to our continued success.

PRODUCTION OPERATORS

As a production operator you’ll be part of the team who manufacture the world’s leading luxury vehicles. Manpower recruit and employ operators across Jaguar Land Rover's UK sites.

TEMPORARY OPPORTUNITIES

We’re driven to do the very best in everything we do, which is why we are now developing a Talent Pool of people interested in working with us on a contract and contingent basis.

GLOBAL RETAILERS

Our retailer network is bound together by a commitment to deliver exemplary customer service and a passion for cutting-edge vehicles. With over 2600 retailers worldwide, it’s an exciting time to join our Jaguar Land Rover Retail Network and help us deliver an unparalleled driving experience to customers across the world.

SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS

Jaguar Land Rover has an extensive global supply base offering a wide range of job opportunities. Our external partners in the Supply Chain play a pivotal role in making sure Jaguar Land Rover continues to perform and operate at the highest standards.

SPARK44

Jaguar Land Rover has a global partnership to deliver all of its award winning marketing communications from TV to web to brochures. If you’re interested in working at our marketing communications partner on all of our challenging and innovative campaigns please view their vacancies here

TEMPORARY OPPORTUNITIES

We’re driven to do the very best in everything we do, which is why we are now developing a Talent Pool of people interested in working with us on a contract and contingent basis.


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GLOBAL RETAILERS

Our retailer network is bound together by a commitment to deliver exemplary customer service and a passion for cutting-edge vehicles. With over 2600 retailers worldwide, it’s an exciting time to join our Jaguar Land Rover Retail Network and help us deliver an unparalleled driving experience to customers across the world.




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SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS

Jaguar Land Rover has an extensive global supply base offering a wide range of job opportunities. Our external partners in the Supply Chain play a pivotal role in making sure Jaguar Land Rover continues to perform and operate at the highest standards.


>FIND OUT MORE

SPARK44

Jaguar Land Rover has a global partnership to deliver all of its award winning marketing communications from TV to web to brochures. If you’re interested in working at our marketing communications partner on all of our challenging and innovative campaigns please view their vacancies here.

>FIND OUT MORE