Work alongside a vast range of industry experts and help to shape the future of Dyson technology.
Identifying a problem is the easy part. The clever bit is building the core technologies to solve it.
Our Research department has experts from a range of disciplines: everything from Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics, Materials Science, Electronics and Acoustics, through to others you might not have thought about such as Mathematics, Physics, Thermodynamics, Chemistry and Microbiology.
Join us as a Graduate Scientist and you'll have the opportunity to use your technical skills, ingenuity and tenacity to help make a real difference to Dyson’s future.
You’ll need to have (or be expecting) at least a 2.1 in an Engineering or Science subject.
Ideally you will have had exposure to and an interest in technical science or engineering, applied mathematics and/or product development. As you'll be working at the forefront of technology you'll need to be ready to take on challenges with a pragmatic approach.
Sound like you? Get in touch today.
Our mission is simple. We solve problems others ignore with exciting new technologies that defy convention.
We’re Dyson, a global technology enterprise. Since 1993 we’ve been finding new ways to solve real-world problems – from vacuum cleaners with revolutionary cyclone technology, to a hairdryer with intelligent heat control.
Our global headquarters, home to our first RDD centre, is located in the Cotswolds where the Dyson story began. From San Francisco to Shanghai, we are now over 10,000 people strong, and with interests in artificial intelligence, machine learning, hair care, electric vehicles and much more, the next few years will be our biggest and busiest yet. With that comes the need for more people to help us reach our 2020 ambitions. But only the most ambitious need apply.
There’s nothing conventional about working at Dyson. With mission-based working and exposure to senior leaders, you’ll quickly make an impact – you just have to work for it.
Previous missions have seen our graduates opening the first Flagship Demo store in London, launching the Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer in Hong Kong, and presenting to James Dyson himself just three weeks in. Some people may see Dyson as a daunting place to work. Those who thrive here just see endless opportunities.
The Dyson Facts
Dyson are one of the UK’s largest investors in robotics
8,971 patents filed and 100 million Dyson machines manufactured to date
Dyson has recently announced plans to launch its first electric vehicle in 2020
Currently Dyson are investing £7million a week into product development
Dyson have spent over £320 million on motor development since 1999
Dyson HQ is the base for over 3,500 people, representing 40 nationalities and many more disciplines.
We come in to make better technology and design better performing products.
It feels like you're at work with your pals rather than other engineers.