When you invent something, the right technology often doesn't exist to make it work. So, we make our own. From advanced sensors, and power supplies to building a digital motor from scratch, Dyson electronics engineers have enabled our ideas to become reality.
To make our machines intelligent we need a broad range of electronics skills, from analogue and digital circuit design to power systems and motors. Whatever your specialism you’ll be creating the hardware that makes our machines smart and reliable.
Dyson offers the opportunity for aspiring graduate electronics engineers to join one of the following teams below.
The team is responsible for end-to-end electronics hardware development with specific focus on circuit design, circuit level testing, integration of all hardware within product and ensuring that compliance requirements are met. The team works closely with other functions within hardware and manufacturing teams to ensure robustness and manufacturability of our electronics hardware.
Control Systems Integration:
The team is working on motor drives control and motion control for the electronics systems and components. As part of the team, you will be working on the implementation of motor and motion control algorithms, communication stacks and software integration.
The Motors and Power Systems group is a multi-disciplinary team responsible for the development of Dyson Digital Motors and lithium-ion battery management. As a graduate engineer in the team, you will be involved in developing digital motors and battery management systems required to power our leading products.
What You Will Do
Our graduates are assigned to project teams from day one, working on the evolution of Dyson technology. As a graduate, you will be an integral part of the project, contributing toward end-to-end hardware development from circuit design, simulation and verification testing to providing support to suppliers during mass production manufacturing.
Some of your tasks could include:
- Electronic circuit design across a range of regimes, from mains-powered high voltage products to complex high-speed digital logic systems.
- Developing and testing algorithms to ensure electronics, software and hardware integration.
- Testing and analysis of electronics at circuit and product level for new designs.
- Testing and assessing the reliability and robustness of our designs.
- Solving electronics challenges to create better, faster, more cost-effective solutions for Dyson’s unique products.
You’ll also be interacting with teams across Research, Design & Development (RDD) including product developers and mechanical and software engineers ensuring our solutions are functional, secure and easy to use. In addition, you’ll be supported with a development framework.
Required Skills and Abilities
Working at the forefront of technology is tough so standards and expectations are high. You’ll be contributing to live projects from the start, so you’ll need to be curious, hungry to learn and ready to get stuck in. But it’s not just about technical expertise.
You’ll need to:
- On track for 2nd upper class Honor's or above and be studying towards an Electrical, Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics or related discipline.
- Graduating in August/September 2021.
- Able to evidence how you have applied your technical knowledge to solve problems, either through your university projects or as part of your co-curricular activities.
- Have a creative approach to problem solving to ensure our machines are better.
- Able to thrive in Dyson’s fast-paced environment.
- Job type:Graduate Jobs
Engineering Electrical, Engineering Mechatronics
- Closing Date:5th Feb 2021, 6:00 pm