Graduate Systems Engineer
Senai, Johor, Malaysia
Mechatronics Engineer will work with our world class product designers,
electronics engineers and software specialists to design and develop
mechatronic systems in our R&D projects. The role of the Mechatronics
Engineer will be top secret, interesting and varied but he/she will
typically be assigned to a development project and they’ll be responsible
for specifying, developing, testing, analysing and improving important
electro-mechanical systems within our new consumer products.
In 2000, Dyson moved production from Malmesbury to Malaysia to be closer to our supply chains and open up international growth. The small team of 10 has now grown to almost 1,200 – forming Dyson’s second biggest global hub. Located in the exhilarating industrial heart of Johor, it’s also home to RDD, IT, operations, finance, creative and HR.
The RDD facility is central to our plans to launch 100 new machines in the next four years. To meet these ambitions, we recently expanded the site to 30,000m², with 50 advanced technology labs and 700 new engineers. In the Dyson world, there’s no more exciting place to be.
RDD is the heart of Dyson. It’s where we invent technology that solves problems. Our engineers challenge convention, build, test, fail, refine, fail again. To be different takes courage as well as creativity. Based at our Malmesbury HQ, you’ll be part of a 1,700-strong global team of engineers and scientists. From day one you’ll be working on top secret projects using cutting edge machinery. Whichever area you join we’ll support your development, helping you understand Dyson and grow into the role. The rest is up to you. You can help shape the next generation of Dyson technology.
Specify, develop, test, analyse and improve new mechatronic systems
in our R&D projects
Use a blend of electronics, mechanical
and control system expertise to problem solve and offer solutions to technical
challenges on a day to day basis
Designing new prototypes and test
Use common signal acquisition, data
analysis and simulation techniques to measure a design’s performance
A smart, intelligent candidate in
mechatronics, control systems, mechanical or electronics engineering – CGPA
equal to or greater than 3.5.
Experience of using electronics,
software and electro-mechanical sensors, actuators, and signal
acquisition/analysis techniques in the academic project.
Able to specify experimental programmes and effectively analyse results, summaries findings and make
Dyson Malaysia monitors the market to ensure competitive salaries, bonuses and pension contributions. Beyond that, you’ll enjoy generous leave, a transport allowance and medical care and insurance. But financial benefits are just the start of a Dyson career. Rapid professional growth, leadership development and new opportunities abound, driven by regular reviews and dynamic workshops. And with a vibrant culture, the latest devices and a relaxed dress code reflecting our engineering spirit, it’s an exciting team environment geared to fuelling and realising ambition.