Graduate Mechanical and Design Engineers
£26,500 + £2,000 joining payment - benefits include 27 days holiday + free on-site gym + pension
Global HQ: Malmesbury, Wiltshire - South West UK
We’re looking for the next generation of creative problem-solvers; as a graduate engineer at Dyson you’ll be using your technical and creative skills from day one to help us develop revolutionary new technologies.
As a graduate engineer at Dyson you’ll be using your technical and creative skills from day one to help us develop revolutionary new technologies. That means working in our high security offices, alongside experts in your field, using cutting edge machinery. But innovation isn’t easy.
As a mechanical or design graduate engineer you could be supporting our New Product Innovation team, New Product Development team, Technical Development team or even one of our secret projects - wherever you are you’ll be expected to explore solutions relentlessly, persevere through failure, and search for answers in unlikely places.
You’ll need to be thoroughly hands on, practically applying your technical knowledge with a creative flair to ensure that all engineering problems are resolved thoroughly. This means championing great design to produce products that meet all performance and functional criteria all whilst challenging and developing Dyson engineering practices to continuously improve.
You’ll be part of a 4,500-strong team of engineers and scientists from a broad range of disciplines. It’s a place for inventors and creative minds who thrive on challenging convention. 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.
Our engineers challenge convention, build, test, fail, refine, fail again. It’s an iterative process. But in this role you’ll see first-hand how your discipline feeds into each product lifecycle. So as well as a 2:1 or above in a relevant engineering degree, you’ll have the ability to combine creative thinking and technical expertise. Your own projects, work experience or university coursework will show your creative and considered approach to problem solving and demonstrate your understanding of practical and methodical design development, ideally from concept through to prototyping and testing.
Above all, you’ll want to play a key part in bringing the next generation of Dyson technology to the world.