Research, Design and Development (RDD) is Dyson's engine room. It’s where our engineers challenge convention, build, test, fail, refine, and then fail again - all to invent technology that solves problems that others ignore.
Join us as a graduate and from day one, you’ll be assigned to a live project influencing the evolution of Dyson technology.
Dyson offers the opportunity for aspiring graduate mechanical, electronics and software engineers to join the Global Verification and Test team. The Global Product Verification & Test team is responsible for performance test activities related to both software and hardware for all product categories, designed and developed by Dyson.
What You Will Do
As a Graduate Engineer, you’ll be expected to hit the ground running on one of Dyson’s many live projects, applying your university knowledge from the get go. Working as part of a larger project team, you’ll have your own set of project deliverables and the chance to take ownership of how these are achieved.
Some of your tasks could include:
- Owning and supporting test activities across categories.
- Developing and executing test methods.
- Developing and testing algorithms to ensure electronics, software and hardware integration.
- Designing experiments and necessary rigs/fixtures for component and system characterization and validation.
- Testing and assessing the reliability and robustness of our designs.
- Solving engineering challenges to create better, faster, more cost-effective solutions for Dyson’s unique products.
Working with engineers and scientists/technical experts across a broad range of disciplines, you’ll be comfortable learning from others, but also sharing your own knowledge, ideas and opinions.
As well as a line manager and buddy to help you along the way, you’ll be supported with a development framework designed to provide the technical and commercial know-how to help you drive your Dyson career.
Required Skills and Abilities
Our graduate roles are competitive and delivering the next generation of Dyson technology is tough, so you’ll need to be:
- On track for 2nd upper class Honors or above and be studying towards an Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical, Software Engineering, Mechatronics or related discipline.
- Graduating in Q3 2022.
- Able to evidence how you have applied your technical knowledge to solve problems, either through your university projects or as part of your co-curricular activities.
- Happy to build your own networks to learn from the technical expertise around you.
- Creative in your approach to problem solving to ensure our machines are better.
- Passionate about Dyson and our technology to help us meet our ambitious future plans.
Above all, you’ll want to play a key part in bringing the next generation of Dyson technology to the world.
- Job type:Graduate Jobs
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- Closing Date:1st Jun 2022, 6:00 pm