Systems Integration Engineer
The Systems Integration Engineer will work within the floorcare research team to apply their skills and experience to invent and develop technologies that enhance the company’s technical advantage in future products. You will drive research projects from initial conception, through the various technology readiness levels at which point the proof of principle idea will be transferred to a team who integrate and redesign it into saleable products. As a senior member of the team, you will also be expected to use their experience to mentor and technically advise the junior team members, and to implement new ideas to help in the continuous improvement of the team’s research capability.
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 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, they lead the way in finding the next generation of Dyson technology. Which is why any one of them can find themselves presenting to James Dyson himself.
- Supporting prototype design and build across NPI and Research from an Electrical systems and safety aspect
- Providing input and electrical expertise in test rig design and build
- Electrical support of third party test equipment
- Undertaking of research projects that either further Dyson processes or contribute to product from an electrical system stand point.
- Ability to approach a multi-disciplinary engineering problem and work towards a multi-disciplinary solution (e.g. Software through to Mechanical and Electrical/electronic disciplines) with a view to creating test rigs, test tools and prototypes for Research and NPI Engineers.
- Deals with “System” level solutions – multiple tools evaluated, selected and employed together, each providing their individual strengths in order to achieve accurate, reliable and often complex tools for Research and NPI engineers.
- Working with existing systems with Dyson. Using, integrating and re-purposing.
- Ability to select, design and build/integrate electronic circuits and hardware – e.g Op amps, voltage dividers, motor controllers, wiring looms, PCB layout and build etc
- Technical problem solving
- Consideration for life cycle of “systems” – both purchased and created.
- Gathering and interpreting customer requirements towards a successful solution
- Evaluation, selection and use of system level development tools such as Modelling, Software environments, source code control, documentation packages
- Good general Engineering background covering a variety of different applications.
- Ability to advise and coach customers on the benefits and draw backs of different approaches – time to implement/cost vs quality/flexibility/capability
- Identification of improvement opportunities in existing “systems” such as test rigs and Technical Home Trial rigs
- 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