Graduate Opportunities with Dyson

dyson_logoGraduate Electronics & Robotics Engineers 2017
Malmesbury, Wiltshire
£26,500 with £2,000 sign on bonus + 27 days holiday, free onsite sports centre & other benefits

Requirements: 2:2 or above in Electrical, Electronic, Robotics or Power Systems Engineering (or related discipline)

When you invent something, the right technology to support it often doesn’t exist. So we make our own. From advanced systems, components and power supplies to building a digital motor from scratch, Dyson electronics engineers have enabled Dyson ideas to become reality. It took 420 patents and £28m of investment and Dyson launched its first robot vacuum in 2015. They’ve taken electronics and power systems into uncharted territories. But the next generation demands new directions. From designing the hardware and systems that make Dyson machines as reliable as they are intelligent, to new technology such as energy storage, robotics, nanotechnology and space-age materials, our electronics engineers are central to our most pioneering Research, Design & Development team.

To join this pioneering team, led by some of the world’s best electronics engineers, you’ll need to be academically strong in one of the following (or related) disciplines: Electrical, Electronic or Robotics Engineering. But theoretical knowledge is only part of it; you’ll need to demonstrate your understanding with practical examples from either course work or projects you’ve been involved with just for fun.

Find out more

Closing date: 20th November 2016
Contact: Sophie Haskey, Graduates@Dyson.com

Graduate Software Developers & Engineers 2017
Malmesbury, Wiltshire
£26,500 with £2,000 sign on bonus + 27 days holiday, free onsite sports centre & other benefits

Requirements: 2:2 or above in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Robotics (or related discipline)

The world’s first bagless vacuum. A hand dryer that doesn’t use heat. A fan with no blades. An intelligent robot, capable of cleaning properly first time around. The hair dryer, re-thought. For 23 years, Dyson has been looking beyond the existing solutions to invent new technology. It’s a philosophy this global, cutting-edge technology company calls ‘wrong thinking’. And it’s in the blood of every Dyson person.

Over those 23 years our technology expertise has moved from being purely mechanical to requiring mechanical, electronic and digital integration; connected appliances, part of the internet of things, are part of our future. Dyson software engineers are already transforming the way our owners interact with their machines and our new technology is advancing at speed. Network-based robotics and intelligent sensing technologies, all enabled by advanced software and app platforms. And all cementing Dyson’s place as a pioneering global technology organisation. As a Graduate in this area you’ll be assigned to a project team from day one, taking real responsibility and contributing alongside experts in this field. We’ll need you to be academically strong in one of the following (or related) disciplines: Computer Science, Software Engineering or Robotics. But armed not just with theory, you’ll be able to demonstrate your understanding of what connectivity can achieve, either from your course work or projects you do just for fun.

Do you want to play a part? Find out more 
Closing date: 20th November 2016
Contact: Sophie Haskey, Graduates@Dyson.com

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