- Design and Development
- United Kingdom - Malmesbury Office
The core technologies behind many of Dyson’s revolutionary new products are delivered through the Power Electronics and Energy Storage team. The team are responsible for the hardware behind Dyson’s cutting-edge motor technology (DDM). They are also responsible for ensuring safety and delivering performance in our extremely power dense Li-Ion battery systems, powering our cord-free and robot products. Our multi-disciplinary team is growing and we would like to hear from you if you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career in Power Electronics design.
Could you be the next member of our Global team in the UK, Malaysia or Singapore?
About the role
The day to day responsibilities of the Lead Power Electronics Engineer involves:
Lead and manage projects to design and develop the next generation of electronics hardware for Battery Management Systems and Motor Drives.
Identify and communicate risks, and lead the design changes to mitigate them.
Mentoring of junior team members.
Device selection and characterisation for different power applications.
Creating and reviewing design documentation, test methods and validation plans.
Verifying design decisions through simulation, test and analysis of the results.
Designing for performance, cost and compliance standards.
Ensuring quality and reliability of Dyson products.
Following the full life cycle of the product development processes.
Interacting with engineers from different disciplines to ensure effective system integration and project delivery.
The projects are supported by engineers at all levels and they provide a great opportunity to develop and improve your skills and knowledge of power electronics. There is also scope to make a positive impact and contribution to a range of innovative products. You will work closely with other teams in a multidisciplinary environment to create pioneering technology
A degree or equivalent in electronic engineering or comparable discipline.
Proven track record in the design and development of battery management systems, motor drives or other power electronics systems.
Experience in managing or leading projects and people.
Competence in design for thermal and EMC performance, schematic design and PCB layout.
Strong understanding of analogue circuitry and power electronic devices, including silicon based IGBTs, MOSFETs and wide bandgap technologies.
Practiced in the use of tools such as Failure Mode and Effects Analysis and Fault Tree Analysis.
Experience of designing electronics to meet external approvals standards (UL/IEC).
Systematic and thorough approach to documentation.
The desire and ability to communicate complex ideas to a range of people at different levels within the business.
An active approach to generation of ideas.
Experience of designing electronics for high volume mass production.
Passionate about Dyson and our technology to help us meet our ambitious targets for the future
Performance related bonus
Company paid Life Insurance
Discounts on Dyson machines
Competitive pension scheme
Flexible benefits programme with a growing range of voluntary benefits, including the ability to purchase additional holidays
27 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays
Free bus travel to and from Malmesbury campus from Bristol, Chippenham and Swindon
Free on-site parking
Subsidized café providing endless free coffee and tea, and a free lunch
Private Medical insurance for all employees
Employee Assistance Program for employee and dependents
Digital GP and prescription service
At Dyson, it's about more than our machines. We recognise that our success comes from our inventive people. We believe in including everybody and supporting you on your journey with us
We are following the government guidelines regarding COVID19. At this time all interviews will be conducted via video or telephone. We’re taking these precautionary measures to protect both our employee and candidate wellbeing. Our Talent Acquisition team will work with you and provide further information as appropriate.