Noise and Vibration Engineer
Competitive + Bonus + Pension + additional benefits
- At Dyson we are constantly innovating and evolving our technologies for the products of tomorrow. Engineering great sounding products is central to what we do, and to support this we are growing our team of noise and vibration engineers.
- You will develop emerging acoustic technologies and direct their integration into new Dyson products.
- You will use and develop a variety of analysis, simulation and experimental methods to contribute to product acoustic innovation.
- The role would suit an engineer with a noise and vibration background. All levels of experience will be considered, from graduate through to a more experienced engineer.
Dyson HQ is home to over 3,500 people who work across a medley of engineering and commercial functions. The award-winning campus has three cafes, a sports centre and a number of engineering icons including our Harrier and Lightning jets – one of which hangs from the ceiling of our café. Based in Malmesbury, the campus is within easy reach of both the Cotswolds and cities like Bath and Bristol along the M4 corridor.
It takes real ingenuity to find new ways of doing things. Smarter technologies. Lighter, stronger materials. And quieter, cleaner power systems. Our Research & Science teams – scientists, mechanical engineers and specialists across each of product category – are the experimenters and risk-takers behind Dyson problem-solving. Whether it’s in-house development, sourcing outside technology partners, or driving collaboration with partner universities, we lead the way in finding the next generation of Dyson technology. Which is why anyone can find themselves presenting to James Dyson himself.
- Support design and development using a range of experimental, simulation and analysis methods.
- Summarise and communicate findings to project teams, including senior managers, company directors and James Dyson.
- Work with design teams to optimise our products and integrate new acoustic solutions.
- Identify potential new research areas which would benefit from noise and vibration technology development.
- A degree in Acoustics, Mechanical Engineering, Aerodynamics or equivalent
- Experience of noise and vibration data acquisition hardware and software.
- Programming experience e.g. MATLAB, Simulink, Visual Basic or Labview.
- Experience of noise reduction and control, preferred, but not essential.
- Experience of finite element analysis or related simulation tools (e.g. CFD, ANSYS, Comsol, Numeca), preferred, but not essential.
- The proven ability to work as part of a team or un-supervised to an agreed goal or set of deliverables.
- A structured approach to creative problem solving.
- 27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
- Pension scheme
- Performance related bonus
- Life assurance
- Sport centre
- Free on-site parking
- Subsidized café and restaurants
- Discounts on Dyson machines