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Lead Integrated Development Engineer - Embedded Software & Control Systems

Summary

Salary
Competitive
Team
Design and Development
Location
United Kingdom - Malmesbury Office

About us


At Dyson we are encouraged to think differently, challenge convention and be unafraid to make mistakes. We’re creative, collaborative, practical and enthusiastic. But most of all we’re hugely passionate about what we do.

About the role 

Dyson offers an exciting opportunity for talented individuals for a permanent Lead Integrated Development Engineer - Embedded Software & Control Systems position based in its Research, Design and Development (RDD) Centre in Malmesbury, U.K. You will be part of the dynamic global team working on a number of technologies including the Dyson Digital Motor.

This role is to accelerate our control systems development process. In collaboration with our control systems and embedded software engineers you will guide the design and development of our control prototyping, software and hardware in the loop toolsets and processes. This will enable us to better link system simulations and real-world testing of embedded software and motor/heater drive hardware. The intent is to use rapid control prototyping hardware comprising PC, FPGA and microcontroller elements but the solutions you develop must adapt to fit the needs and timeline goals of the team. As a lead engineer you will be responsible for toolset specification, stakeholder management, planning and delivery. This will involve coordination with other teams and plans and may involve guiding and supporting junior engineers and Dyson Institute students working on your tools.

Responsibilities:

  • Work to accelerate and integrate control design (normally based in Matlab) and embedded software ( C ) implementation with the aim of a supporting a model based control design process.

  • Participate in (and where required coordinate) control design changes to ensure changing requirements are met and unexpected issues are dealt with using a process combining simulation, virtual test, SW test and hardware system verification.

  • Support robust process in control development by identifying tests (physical and simulation based) and test methods appropriate for this.

  • Demonstrate, promote, mentor and troubleshoot the above processes with other engineers to accelerate development processes.

  • Implement software and hardware tools that support the above processes. Ensure deliverable's compliment and accelerate existing projects. Report progress, blockers and issues concisely to all levels of stakeholder.

About you

  • Be a creative thinker, highly self-motivated and self-reliant with enthusiasm for motors and power systems

  • An understanding of system level simulation of motor drives (including electronics and software aspects of the drive) and the role of this in the integrated development of motor and control design.

  • Experience working in the design and development of electric machines, embedded software development for mechatronic control or related subject area.

  • Proven track record of taking responsibility to meet project requirements during all phases.

  • Practical and laboratory skills with confidence in the testing of motors and associated power systems. 

  • Be flexible and open-minded to respond quickly to changes in project priorities and develop novel solutions.

  • A good first degree in an electrical/electronic engineering or equivalent preferably with a machines and drives bias.

  • Experience of working with other engineering disciplines and/or clients, customers to create a practical solution to defined requirements.

Benefits

Financial: 

  • Performance related bonus 

  • Company paid Life Assurance 

  • Discounts on Dyson machines 

  • Competitive pension scheme 

  • Purchase additional holidays  

 
Lifestyle: 

  • 27 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays 

  • Free bus travel to and from Malmesbury campus from Bristol, Chippenham and Swindon 

  • On-site parking 

  • Endless free coffee and tea, and a free lunch  

  • Free on-site hair salon 

  • On-site lifestyle Assist 

  • Electric vehicle scheme  

 
Health: 

  • Private Medical insurance for all employees 

  • Employee Assistance Program for employee and dependents 

  • Digital GP and prescription service 

  • Fertility treatment support 

  • On-site gym and sports centre 

  • On-site wellbeing centre 

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Dyson is an equal opportunity employer. We know that great minds don’t think alike, and it takes all kinds of minds to make our technology so unique. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and employment decisions are made without regard to race, colour, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other any other dimension of diversity.

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