More people. More space. The next few years are going to be our biggest and busiest since we launched the first bagless vacuum cleaner that started our journey.
We're doubling the size of our research footprint in the UK with a huge expansion of our HQ. It's exciting times for Dyson. It could be for you!
Who we are
Dyson is a British technology company established by James Dyson in 1987. We design and manufacture household appliances such as vacuum cleaners, hand dryers, bladeless fans, heaters and hair dryers. Headquartered in Wiltshire, UK, we employ more than 7,000 people worldwide.
Careers with us
At Dyson, we believe in maximising your potential through real-life experiences. Whether you're considering your options after school, an undergraduate looking for an internship or a graduate taking the first step of your career, we'll expect input from day one.
But it won't be easy. You'll be challenged to think differently, push the boundaries and defy convention.
We invest in future engineers
Every year, the James Dyson Foundation – Dyson's charitable arm – donates more than £300,000 in bursaries to engineering students at universities across the world.
Undergraduate bursaries help young design engineers fund the prototyping and development of their final year projects. Postgraduate scholarships support tuition fees and maintenance – so that the recipients can focus on their engineering research.
Research, Design and Development (RDD) is the engine that drives Dyson. Based in one of our global Engineering hubs, you’ll be part of a 4,000-strong team of engineers and scientists. It’s a place for inventors and creative minds with exceptional technical ability.
To see more about the various engineering roles for graduates, click HERE.
Software, electronics, mechanical engineering, design or research - whatever your discipline, from day one you’ll be using your skills to help us develop revolutionary new technologies. That means working on top secret projects. Alongside experts in your field. Using cutting edge machinery.
Our engineers challenge convention, build, test, fail, refine and fail again. It’s an iterative process. To be different takes resilience and patience. But you’ll see first-hand how your discipline feeds into each product lifecycle.
Whichever area you join, we’ll support you with a four week induction, helping you understand safety and processes. Beyond this you’ll be supported by an ongoing development programme, making sure you have a breadth of exposure to our Engineering departments and Dyson as a whole.