We’re advancing into the worlds of connectivity, sensor technology, machine learning and AI. We need the brightest minds to help us achieve this by 2020.
Our undergraduate internships last 3 -12 months and as an intern you can help develop the next generation of connected technology.
If you make the most of the opportunity, we’ll look to make a Graduate offer of employment for when you complete your degree
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.
When you invent something, the right technology often doesn't exist to make it work. So we make our own. From advanced systems, components and power supplies to building a digital motor from scratch, our ambitions continue to increase.
We’re also advancing ever further into the worlds of connectivity, sensor technology, machine learning and AI. We’re building our capacity to work at the forefront of these fields and are striving for 15 million connected machines in homes and workplaces across the globe.
We need the brightest minds to help us achieve this by 2020.
Our internships last between 3 6 months and from day one you’ll be assigned to a live project team where you’ll be supporting the evolution of Dyson technology.
To make our machines intelligent we need a broad range of electronics skills across software, robotics and hardware. Depending on your discipline and skillset you could be working within our software team on real time embedded software, Mobile App development, debugging, cloud computing or fast prototyping in C / C++.
If your specialism is within hardware, you could be designing the hardware that makes our machines reliable, from components to power systems or motors.
Whatever you’re doing the work will be challenging, varied and you’ll be in the thick of things. You’ll be interacting with teams across Research, Design & Development (RDD) including product developers ensuring our solutions are functional, secure and easy to use.
So as well as the technical know-how and passion to learn more, you’ll need to be inquisitive by nature, enthusiastic about technology, creative and tenacious in your approach to problem solving.