- MYR Competitive Salary
- Mechanical Engineering, Product Design
- Johor Bahru - Malaysia
- Location details
Steer the project in the right direction in design reviews with the various engineering assembly and technology systems teams
Review and ensure part designs conform to engineering best practices and anticipate failures or identify poor designs
Review and ensure product design/changes do not pose any safety related issues or result in reliability failures. Part of this involves having reviews with the Dyson Safety Committee and ensuring those concerns are addressed by Design.
Ensure clarity of issues, risks and stoppers to respective project milestones, and communicate that up clearly
Work with cross-function teams, including procurement, tooling, ops, manufacturing, graphics & packaging and commercial
Accountable for project budget and product cost
Ensure full product BOM is accurate and reflective of manufacturing intent with the help of a product engineer
Some travel to the UK before/during project transfer may be required but will be minimal.
Excellent communication and reporting skills are essential as presenting, reporting progress, risks and live design reviews are required to Directors and the Chief Engineer James Dyson.
Good knowledge and experience of mechanical design (including but not limited to plastics, rubbers, metal parts) and tolerance stacks
Comfortable with ‘failure’ in the context of multiple iterations of testing and learning.
Excellent communicator and both verbally, graphically including through use of sketches
Ability to lead, influence and motivate in a matrix structure where no one reports to you directly to achieve outstanding results
Assertive and diplomatic - a great collaborator
Ability to think logically and balance priorities across multiple teams and identifying critical paths
A great eye for detail and a sensitivity to the visual aspects of a product would be a plus
An engineer with a business sense/interest is preferred.
Product minded – your main focuses are always on the product and the user experience