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Early careers, Philippines

Start your career in The Philippines as a graduate and become part of our ambitious future. The Philippines Advanced Manufacturing Centre opened its doors in 2016 to support global demand for Dyson machines and establish a worldwide centre of manufacturing excellence.

Dyson Philippines office

Programmes we offer

You won't be sitting on the sidelines when you start at Dyson. Our graduates are immediately immersed in our technology, collaborating with in-house experts to engineer and develop our machines. Our machines are advanced so we need people who can blend their exceptional technical understanding with a passion for engineering and problem solving. You'll be able to make a genuine difference at Dyson and help to maintain its reputation as a pioneering global technology enterprise.

Graduates in Philippines


Our graduates work on live projects and are given the responsibility and autonomy to make a real impact from day one. At Dyson you’ll combine your technical expertise with creativity – to solve the problems others ignore. You’ll be supported by a Graduate Development framework, ensuring both your technical and professional learning continues.

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Where we're based

Our Philippines site is bustling with Dyson people, from operators and production engineers, to supply chain and HR workers. The site has the capacity to produce up to six million Dyson digital motors every year. So the team play an essential part in creating the vast number of machines needed.

A Dyson success story

Our Philippines site is bustling with Dyson people, from operators and production engineers, to supply chain workers and HR staff. And with the site’s capacity to produce up to six million Dyson digital motors every year, the team play an essential part in creating the sheer number of machines needed. As a key industrial hub, and also known for its numerous hot spring resorts, Calamba is a bustling centre of activity.

Dealing with high demand

The next three years will be our busiest – and most exciting yet. Success will require international collaboration. And The Philippines centre is already a crucial cog in the global Dyson machine, ensuring our technology can reach more people than ever before. A pure engineering environment, it's alive with prototyping, testing and development.

Early careers community

Dyson offers more than an exposure to technical projects and the opportunity to grow professionally. We also help you develop soft skills – by exposing you to different business areas from the start and introducing you to employees across the globe.

Celebrate success

Dyson is about more than just your day-to-day work and professional growth. Our parties are legendary. The highlight of the Dyson social calendar in The Philippines is the end of year party, where our people gather to let their hair down, including a highly-inventive fancy dress competition. For such a large team, the camaraderie and familiarity across Dyson is remarkable. You’ll have the opportunity to meet new people, not only in your early careers cohort but across our global business, and experience something new.

Current vacancies

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  • Graduate Mechanical Design Engineer (Dyson Digital Motor) - Philippines

    Mechanical Engineering

    Calamba - Philippines

    Dyson technology wouldn’t be possible  without our digital motors – they’re at the heart of all our machines. We’re constantly researching, investing and pushing boundaries to create ever-smaller, more powerful motors.Dyson offers a unique...

    Date posted: 29 March 2021

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  • Graduate Design Engineer (Haircare) - Philippines

    Mechanical Engineering

    Calamba - Philippines

    Research, Design and Development (RDD) is Dyson's engine room. It’s where our engineers challenge convention, build, test, fail, refine, and then fail again - all to invent technology that solves problems that others ignore. Join us as a graduate and from...

    Date posted: 14 January 2021

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