Aerospace-grade polyether ether ketone (PEEK) and carbon fibre composite, found inside high-intensity pistons. Ceramic cured at 1,600°C, making it three times harder than steel. Just a few of the materials procured to build the the Dyson digital motor V10. But when you design unconventional machines, you need unconventional components.

Strategic decision-making

Procurement at Dyson plays a vital role in strategic decision-making. The Procurement team works directly with our Research, Design and Development (RDD) department on Dyson's most secret projects, as well as non-RDD areas across the business. Sourcing high quality materials, and finished components with demanding specifications, means tracking down niche suppliers. It requires tenacity, speed and efficiency to meet project milestones. In essence, we need to be as inventive as Dyson engineers.

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Did you know?

For James Dyson’s birthday one year, Dyson engineers gave him a 1961 Austin Mini. Cut in half. Innards exposed and all. The design classic is now on site at our Malmesbury campus for all to admire the work of engineering hero Alec Issigonis.

Jobs in Procurement

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  • Procurement Manager - Projects


    Johor Bahru - Malaysia

    The Category Procurement Management team is the single point of contact representing procurement in each Business Category and its projects/products, ensuring E2E Category responsibility focusing on milestone adherence and transparency, proactive risk...

    Date posted: 18 September 2019

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  • Procurement Engineer - Electronics


    Malmesbury - United Kingdom

    As part of the Global Procurement team, the Procurement Engineer will lead and drive Early Supplier Involvement (ESI) to support the New Product Development process; collaboratively working alongside our Research and NPI (New Product Innovation)...

    Date posted: 04 September 2019

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