Graduate Electronics Hardware Engineer
£26,500 + £2,000 joining payment - benefits include 27 days holiday + pension + free on-site gym
Global HQ, Malmesbury - South Cotswolds, 45 mins from Bath/Bristol area
As an Electronics Hardware Graduate Engineer, you’ll be working hands-on from the off. You’ll be involved in the meticulous design and test process of electronic circuits for new products across all of Dyson’s consumer appliance product categories.
As a member of the Electronics Hardware Design group you will work in multi-disciplinary global project teams to develop and deliver the electronics for new products. Working alongside industry experts, you’ll learn from the best. But we’ll expect a lot from you in return. Some of the tasks you can expect to be involved in are:
- Development of electronic circuits for new Dyson products across all product categories.
- Performing circuit design and analysis tasks for new designs; working with PCB layout engineers and technicians; participating in design reviews; performing laboratory testing and design verification.
- Specifying and performing design verification tests on new PCBA designs.
- Recording and documenting your work to a high standard as defined by the Dyson engineering framework.
We’ll support you with a full induction programme, learning about Dyson's global business, meeting senior stakeholders and networking with your new colleagues. Technical induction follows to provide understanding of processes, technologies and safety; setting you up to contribute fully in your role. Beyond this you’ll be supported by an ongoing development programme making sure you have a breadth of exposure – to our Engineering departments and Dyson as a whole.
You will have or be expecting a 2:1 or above in an engineering discipline which contains a significant focus on electronics engineering. Ideally you will have experience of the design and development of electronics PCBAs in a professional industrial setting
You'll also need to be highly motivated, methodical and flexible to take on exciting challenges with a pragmatic approach.