Motor Drives Technician

SGD Competitive Remuneration Package

Singapore, Singapore


Our RDD Motor Drives and Power Systems team are looking to hire a motor drives technician to join their team.

Market Overview

Our Singapore story began in 2004 and today we have more than 1000 people working here. At the beginning of 2017 we opened our new, state of the art, Singapore Technology Centre in Science Park I, minutes from Singapore’s technology and start-up community. This new Technology Centre houses some of Dyson’s most advanced facilities including Robotics and Sensors laboratories and Smart Home, Connectivity & Mobile Applications laboratories as well as an Advanced Control Tower with the latest technology to develop its analytics-driven activities.

Not too far away is West Park, our flagship advanced motor manufacturing facility where we develop our autonomous robotic manufacturing capabilities – more than 300 robots assemble our Dyson Digital Motor (DDM) here. It is here that we develop our next generation of motor technology.

Function Overview

Sometimes, making a technological leap forward means going back to the beginning. Since 1999, we’ve spent £150m building a motor from scratch – small, light and efficient, yet extremely powerful. Our motors are what enable our technology to be different – it’s why they’re protected by 20 to 30 patents. But the next generation demands new directions. Energy storage, robotics, nanotechnology and space-age materials. So our multi-disciplinary team, led by some of the world’s best power electronics engineers, knows that only the most pioneering thinking will do.         


  • Support the motor drive team in validating the numerous DDM (Dyson Digital motor) in Dyson products in particular, measurement of the motor parameters and test setup / monitoring.
  • Support on DDM PCBA prototype fabrication and integrate the prototype into the product.
  • Support on conduct series of required motor system test during project development, to ensure solution meet system function requirement.
  • Support Engineer for Product Field return unit investigation and generate analysis report
  • Support Engineer for FRACAS investigation, generate analysis report and conduct necessary testing on the solution. ( FRACAS : Failure reporting Analysis corrective action system )
  • Support Engineer for DDM control run in production line.



  • A minimum of Diploma in Electrical/Electronics Engineering is required, reinforced with practical engineering experience and preferably has experience working in RDD electronics environment
  • The candidate must have good practical skills in motor electronic engineering.
  • An ability to execute a test independently, from setup to result reporting is necessary.
  • A good level of literacy and numeracy is needed together with analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office is required with particular emphasis on the use of Excel for recording results that can be graphically demonstrated.
  • Good at communicating at all levels and able to work in a self motivated way as well as in a team
  • Able to work in a self motivated way as well as in a team
  • Familiarity in the operation of electronic test equipment.
  • Good Soldering Skills.
  • Basic electronics troubleshooting skills
  • Attention to details.
  • Persistent nature demonstrated by an inquisitive approach
  • Able to work from either verbal of written brief

Ability to work on a number of tasks concurrently without losing focus.

    Benefits Overview

    Dyson Singapore monitors the market to ensure competitive salaries and bonuses. Beyond that, you’ll enjoy a transport allowance and comprehensive medical care and insurance. But financial benefits are just the start of a Dyson career. 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.

    Posted: 18-Jan-2018