• Jan 16, 2008
Rather than spend your day looking up "gonnectigizoink" at Wikipedia, a better use of the internet might be to find a job. The problem is that it's just so hard to find anything that matches our niche skillset. Bentley is looking for more global candidates to fill their open positions, and has launched a website in hopes of snagging applicants. Currently, there's only opportunities if you want to locate yourself in Crewe, but there's 40-plus openings for everything from Logistics and IS to student programs. Bentley's hoping that opening up positions to the world at large, rather than relying solely on the old guard of newspaper adverts and recruitment firms will bring in more potential candidates. We'll be watching it like a hawk for the high performance test driver position to open up. In the meantime, we'll be compiling a fanciful delusion of a curriculum vitae.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Do you get a company car?
      If so, count me in.
      I'll take a baby blue Continental GT please,
      but I'll settle for an old Bentley Turbo R Convertible too.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Definitely applying for an internship later today. Three month vacation in England working at Bentley = Heaven.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Dont suppose anyone knows if American citizens can apply for the Graduate Development Program?
      • 7 Years Ago
      And they have an electronics engineer job opening :(

      Give me a job in the States.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Why don't you go for it? It's Bentley!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Crewe would be a bit of a commute.

      Plus they don't have Starbucks in the middle of the ocean.... yet.


        • 7 Years Ago
        Yes, but the water in the middle of the ocean already tastes better than Starbucks.

        Bentley's US operations are moving - once that's finished, you might see North American positions open up.