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NPI design engineers wanted.

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Our NPI team is growing

Dyson's New Product Innovation (NPI) team is our ideas centre. Its where we identify problems that are often ignored and develop pioneering concepts to solve them with disruptive and ground-breaking technology. From designing product formats, developing innovative technology and working on business cases for projects in our existing portfolio in collaboration with other engineers, Research Specialists and downstream RDD engineers, no two days are the same in our NPI team.

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What to expect

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

Who we are

Dyson’s culture is unique; dynamic, inventive, technology-obsessed and decidedly un-corporate. The mindset is geared to constant change and Dyson’s pace brings constant challenge. It’s not easy or comfortable, but it’s this way of working that drives performance. Dyson suits people with the courage and resilience to find their own way, spotting opportunities where others don’t, and having the self-belief to persevere where others give up. Experiences are more important than experience. And attitude counts as much as aptitude.

Where we are

Dyson’s technology ambitions and global growth mean that what started as one building in Malmesbury, has evolved into a technology campus spread across 75 acres. Our spaces evolve, as does the future we are creating together. The vast Malmesbury campus is home to thousands of people, including James and Jake Dyson, who spend their days strategising, inventing technology and telling the Dyson story to the world.

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About the role

Dyson offers a unique opportunity for talented individuals who wish to invent, design and develop leading products & technologies for the global market. By working in our world class Research Design and Development department, these individuals have the opportunity to work alongside other leading technical specialists and highly motivated creative people, to create products which fulfil our ambition of being truly different and better than our competitors.

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Step 2 - Assessment

Successful applicants will be invited to take part in an online video interview assessment. The purpose of this assessment is for us to get to know you better and for you to tell us about some of your experiences. We'll ask some questions and you'll also meet some members of the NPI team through video.

Step 3 - Interview

Successful candidates from the video assessment, will be invited to a virtual interview with members of the team. You'll get the chance to ask questions and have a good conversation with like minded engineers.

Reward and benefits

At Dyson, how we reward you is linked to our high-performance culture. But it’s about more than just salary and bonus. Through a package of financial, lifestyle and health benefits, we support whatever stage of life you're in and the moments that matter.

Financial benefits

  • Performance related bonus
  • Company paid Life Assurance
  • Discounts on Dyson machines
  • Competitive pension scheme
  • Buy additional leave

Lifestyle benefits

  • 27 days holiday plus statutory bank holidays
  • Free bus travel to and from Malmesbury campus
  • Endless free coffee and tea, and a free lunch
  • Free on-site parking
  • Free on-site hair salon
  • Lifestyle assist

Health benefits

  • Private Medical insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Digital GP and prescription service
  • On-site gym
  • Wellbeing centre

Nearby city - Bristol

Bristol is located just 30 miles from our Malmesbury campus and 120 miles west of London. It's the largest city in the south west of England. A vibrant, diverse and innovative city of approx. 460,000 people, at least 45 religions and 91 languages spoken. A green city with over 400 parks and gardens. Did you know?  Every British Concorde made their maiden flight from Filton Airfield in Bristol, you can visit Concorde Alpha Foxtrot at Aerospace Bristol. Aardman Animations, creators of well-loved classics including Wallace and Gromit are based in the city as well as the world's biggest manufacturers of hot air balloons. And Ribena was invented at Bristol's National Fruit and Cider institute.

Nearby city - Bath

Bath was founded by the Romans as a thermal spa and became a significant centre of the wool industry in the Middle Ages. Only 24 miles from our Malmesbury campus. Built of local limestone, it is one of the most elegant and architecturally distinguished cities in the United Kingdom. Queen Elizabeth I awarded its city title in 1590, making it the largest city in the county of Somerset. Did you know? In 1781, William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus from his back garden in Bath, looking through a homemade telescope. The first ever stamp to be mailed was sent from Bath in 1840, featuring an engraved image of Queen Victoria. And Jane Austen, the English novelist, lived in Bath from 1801 to 1806, she grew so fond of the ancient city that it found its way into two of her published novels. 'Northanger Abbey' and 'Persuasion.'

Did you know?

At the Dyson campus in Malmesbury we’ve got an English Electric Lightning, an early British supersonic fighter jet, hanging from the ceiling of our canteen. Pilots have described flying it like “being saddled to a skyrocket.”