Revolutionaries wanted.

This year, Dyson is doubling the number of engineers and scientists at its RDD centre in the UK. Bright minds are needed to develop future generations of technology. People unafraid of experimenting, tackling every stage of the engineering process and hungry to prove their potential.

'Truly original ideas come to life when people dare to be different. It's a combination of inventive engineering, passion for technology and brave design.'

James Dyson
James Dyson - closeup photo
Some of the many Dyson engineers, sitting with a Dyson Air Multiplierâ„¢
Designing and building a Dyson product

Engineering at Dyson

There are 450 engineers and scientists at Dyson. Some have years of experience, others are fresh out of places like the Royal College of Art, Brunel or Loughborough.

They have some eclectic pastimes: from restoring vintage cars to tinkering with hydrogen peroxide fuelled jet packs. Natural problem solvers.

Dyson UK

Our global HQ is tucked away in the Cotswolds. We're off the beaten track for good reason. We're working on new ideas – our lifeblood. Last year, we filed more patents than ever. We're open-plan, but every entrance and exit is protected by thumb scanners.

That said, the buzz of Bristol and Bath are a short drive down the M4 and we're 90 minutes from London. Comfortably isolated.

Our offices
The James Dyson Foundation