- Research Engineering
- Malmesbury - United Kingdom
Within Dyson research, we are pioneering groundbreaking technology, enabling products that solve the problems that others ignore. The Heater technology research team is a mixed skill group of material scientists, mechanical engineers and thermodynamics experts responsible for early stage development of the next generation heating and cooling technologies for future Dyson products.
We split our time between applied product support and fundamental research; expanding our own modelling, build and test capabilities and investigating new technologies to solve real world problems. The team works alongside leading technical specialist in a highly creative working environment. We frequently run projects with third parties around the world including universities, manufactures and research houses and are also called in as subject matter experts to consult on projects at later stages of development with engineering teams in Singapore and Malaysia.
About the role
We are looking for applicants to join the mechanical engineering wing of our team working at our world-class research facilities at Dysons UK campus. The successful candidate will be responsible for:
- Running their own research projects, tackling the thermal/mechanical challenges posed by technologies developed within the team.
- Generating innovative concepts based on scientific theory and then verifying via experimental test and simulation.
- Use of analytical techniques, including Finite Element Analysis, to influence design decisions.
- The design, build and test of prototypes, and then the succinct analyse and communication of findings.
- Utilising system engineering principles to define, optimise and validate a technologies performance.
- Working with design engineering, quality and manufacturing teams to integrate our technologies into products.
- Challenging and developing Dyson engineering practices to continuously improve our efficiency and effectiveness
- Highly motivated, methodical problem solver and explorer
- Capable of logically assessing technologies using simulation, modelling or the Scientific Method
- A willing collaborator with a working understanding of Thermodynamic and Material Science principles
- Good communication and presentation skills with the ability to communicate complex ideas to different audience.
- Comfortable working in a fast pace research environment where the ambition may be to fail fast, and learn quickly.
- Willing to work with the ambiguity on early stage research where full technical specifications may not yet be defined
- A degree in a relevant engineering or scientific discipline (2:1 degree or better) with a demonstrable level of industrial experience in the design and development of mechanical systems
- Experience using:
- CAD (preferably Siemens NX)
- Programming, preferably Matlab including Simscape and Simulink
- Finite Element Analysis, preferably Ansys Workbench
- Experience using Control software, such as Labview and Arduino will be beneficial.
- 27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
- Pension scheme
- Performance related bonus
- Private medical insurance
- Life assurance
- Sport centre
- Free on-site parking
- Subsidised café and restaurants
- Discounts on Dyson machines
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.