Graduate Electronics & Robotics Engineers

£26,500 + £2,000 joining payment - benefits include 27 days holiday + free on-site gym + pension

Global HQ: Malmesbury, Wiltshire - South West UK


Our Electronics & Robotics Graduates are assigned to a live project team from day one working on the evolution of Dyson technology. Whatever your specialism you’ll be creating the hardware that makes our machines reliable.

Market Overview

Home to our global Research, Design and Development centre and all of our Commercial functions, the Dyson HQ campus can be found in secluded countryside that helps keep our secrets secret. Having doubled in size in 2016, the campus is now home to new research and development facilities, a new restaurant (home to an English Electric Lightning jet) and a sports facility catering to all Dyson people. Nearby are the fashionable cities of Bristol and Bath (where a young James Dyson invented cyclone technology).

The building is the heartbeat of Dyson. Over 2,500 people, including James himself, spend their days there strategizing, inventing technology and telling the Dyson story to the world.

Function Overview

When you invent something, the right technology often doesn't exist to make it work. So we make our own. From advanced systems, components and power supplies to building a digital motor from scratch, Dyson electronics engineers have enabled our ideas to become reality. As our future products rely more on robotics, connectivity, and complex sensing and navigation technologies, our high speed electronics will stand us apart. From designing the hardware to the systems, that make Dyson machines as reliable as they are intelligent, our electronics engineers are central to our most pioneering RDD.


To make our machines intelligent we need a broad range of electronics skills across robotics and hardware, from components to power systems and motors. Whatever your specialism you’ll be creating the hardware that makes our machines reliable. Whatever you’re doing the work will be challenging and varied and you’ll be in the thick of things.

You’ll also be interacting with teams across Research, Design & Development (RDD) including product developers and software engineers ensuring our solutions are functional, secure and easy to use.

So as well as the technical know-how and a passion to learn more,  you’ll need to be inquisitive by nature, enthusiastic about technology, creative and tenacious in your approach to problem solving.

As a graduate we’ll support you with a full induction, 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.


You’ll need to have (or be expecting) a 2:1 or higher in an electrical/electronic engineering discipline with a demonstrable passion for technology. You’ll need to show practical, hands-on application of your academic knowledge through either your own projects or extra-curricular activities.

 As you’ll be contributing to live projects from the start you’ll need to be curious, hungry to learn and ready to get stuck in. A creative flair for problem solving is a must.

Above all, you’ll want to play a key part in bringing the next generation of Dyson technology to the world.

Benefits Overview

Do all this and in return you’ll get a competitive salary and pension, profit-related bonus, generous leave and life insurance. But financial benefits are only the start of a Dyson career. With a vibrant culture, flexible working hours, the latest devices and a relaxed dress code reflecting our engineering spirit, it’s an exciting team environment geared to creativity, innovation and ambition.

Posted: 3-Oct-2017

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