Cloud Data Engineer - Connectivity


Software Engineering and Connectivity
Bristol - United Kingdom


Do you want to own and contribute to designing, building and maintaining data intensive applications? You will be working as part of a team within Dyson’s IoT platform engineering group, being involved in the full software development life cycle.

You'll deliver the next generation of business insight capabilities for Dyson's connected products as well as driving improvements to scalability, cost efficiency and continuous deployment infrastructure. Internet connected products is a growing area for Dyson where we aim to continue our reputation of being innovative and disruptive. We’re building world-class engineering teams and adopting the latest technology and techniques to ensure we can deliver our ambitious vision in the connected space.

You’ll be working to support multiple business stakeholders and data analysts in one of the fastest moving consumer technology domains, alongside other engineers, designers, commercial strategists and electronics engineers. We’d love to talk to you about any personal or open source projects you might be working on, talks you may have given or articles you have written. If you have a profile on a website like Github, please send this along with your application.


    • Developing cost effective and scalable ETL pipelines on AWS
    • Collaborating on, testing and deploying Python applications
    • Monitoring and investigating production issues
    • Helping to evolve team practices and tooling


    • Experience in working with AWS in a previous role
    • Proficiency in Python
    • Experience in building and maintaining production quality software
    • Comfortable with pair programming in an agile development environment
    • Experience in some NoSQL/BigData technologies (Redshift, BigQuery, Cassandra, Hadoop) is a bonus


    • 27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
    • Pension scheme
    • Performance related bonus
    • Life assurance
    • Discounts on Dyson machines

    Posted: 30 April 2019