Chassis Engineers - vehicle dynamics (ADAMS) or steering or brakes or suspension engineers - automotive

competitive plus benefits

Malmesbury

Description

As part of the exciting electric vehicle programme recently announced; we are seeking a range of chassis engineers to enlarge our current expertise.

Market Overview

Home to our global Research, Design and Development centre and all of our Commercial functions, Dyson HQ is tucked away in countryside famous for the railway tunnels and bridges of Isambard Brunel, who revolutionised modern engineering. Our secluded location helps us to protect our ideas and stay independent-minded. Yet nearby are the fashionable cities of Bristol and Bath (where a young James Dyson invented cyclone technology).

The building is the heartbeat of Dyson. Nearly 2,000 people, including James himself, spend their days strategizing, inventing technology and telling the Dyson story to the world. In 2017, our HQ will double its footprint with an ambitious new expansion.

Function Overview

In 1988 James Dyson read a paper by the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, linking the exhaust from diesel engines to premature death in laboratory mice and rats. In March 1990 a team at Dyson began work on a cyclonic filter that could be fitted on a vehicle’s exhaust system to trap particulates. By 1993 we had developed several working prototypes and showed an early iteration to British television programme Blue Peter. The team went on to develop a much more sophisticated technology.
 
To our chagrin, nobody at the time was interested in employing our diesel exhaust capture system and we stopped the project. The industry said that ‘disposing’ of the collected soot was too much of a problem.
 
In the period since, people around the world have been encouraged to adopt ‘clean diesel’ engines through subsidies and grants. As a result, developed and developing cities are full of smog-belching cars, lorries and buses. It is a problem that others are ignoring.
 
Throughout, it has remained Dyson's ambition to find a solution to the global problem of air pollution. Some years ago, observing that automotive firms were not changing their spots, James committed the company to develop new battery technologies. He believed that electrically powered vehicles would solve the vehicle pollution problem. Dyson carried on innovating. The latest digital motors and energy storage systems power the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer and cord-free vacuum line. We’ve relentlessly innovated in fluid dynamics and HVAC systems to build our fans, heaters and purifiers.
 
At this moment, we finally have the opportunity to bring all our technologies together into a single product. Rather than filtering emissions at the exhaust pipe, today we have the ability to solve it at the source. So, Dyson has begun work on a battery electric vehicle, due to be launched by 2020.

We’ve started building an exceptional team that combines top Dyson engineers with talented individuals from the automotive industry. The team is already over 400 strong, and we are recruiting aggressively.

Accountabilities

Dyson is renowned for challenging the norm, disrupting commonly accepted trends and revolutionizing products. Our electric vehicle project is no different; we are going to be releasing something radically different. Are you interested in helping to shape the design of this cutting edge vehicle? We are seeking chassis engineers in the following areas:

- vehicle dynamics simulation (ADAMS) engineers (ideally with Axle experience)
- component engineers / chassis engineers in either brakes, suspension or steering systems
- SST/damper engineers
- vehicle dynamics test engineers (2018 only)

Skills

- degree or equivalent in mechanical engineering or similar
- previous automotive chassis experience equivalent to a minimum of 1 year experience
- domain knowledge in brakes, suspension, steering, dynamics or ADAMS modeling

Benefits Overview

Competitive salary plus benefits
We are an equal opportunity employer and can consider sponsorship where necessary

Posted: 20-Oct-2017

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