Vacancies

Be part of the team.

At The Dyson Institute, we put equal emphasis on academia, the workplace, wellbeing and professional development. We believe this approach will create the best engineering graduates and support us in our Mission to build challenging and enriching educational experiences which are free, student-centric and aligned with the needs of industry.

As a member of The Dyson Institute team, you’ll be able to build strong relationships with Undergraduates and colleagues. You will have a real and tangible impact on our students’ future and that of The Dyson Institute. This is a fast-paced, rewarding and innovative place to work. Among other benefits, as a member of our team, you’ll receive:

  • 27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
  • Pension scheme
  • Performance related bonus
  • Private medical insurance
  • Life assurance
  • Sport centre access
  • Free on-site parking
  • Subsidised café and restaurants
  • Discounts on Dyson machines

This is a unique opportunity to be part of a close-knit team in an exciting and emerging higher education provider, based at the UK Dyson Technology Campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Please note: We are following the government guidelines regarding COVID19. At this time all interviews will be conducted via video or telephone. We’re taking these precautionary measures to protect both our employee and candidate wellbeing. The Dyson Talent Acquisition team will work with you and provide further information as appropriate.

Senior Academic Administrator

As an experienced Academic Administrator, you will manage the planning and delivery of the Engineering Programme at The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology (both in our collaboration with the University of Warwick and under our own New Degree Awarding Powers), and provide specialist administration support the Head of Engineering Programme.

Senior Operations Officer

As a Senior/Lead Operations Officer, you will support The Dyson Institute in managing business as usual activities and responding quickly and decisively to manage emerging situations.

Dyson Institute Software Engineer

The Dyson Institute Software Engineer will be responsible for development of the software engineering knowledge and skills of the undergraduate engineers.  Working closely with the Workplace Manager and Lecturers from Dyson Institute and the University of Warwick they will ensure that the workplace element of the course supports and enhances the taught content.

Dyson Institute NPI Engineer

The Dyson Institute NPI Engineer will be responsible for the development of the engineering knowledge and skills of the undergraduate engineers. Working closely with the Workplace Manager and Lecturers from The Dyson Institute and the University of Warwick they will ensure that the workplace element of the course supports and enhances the taught content.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Teaching) Mechanical Engineering, Dynamics and Vibration

As a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, specialising in dynamics and vibration, you will contribute to the design and development of our Electro-/Mechanical Engineering provision, meeting appropriate QA standards and ensuring that it remains relevant to the future of engineering.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Teaching)  Electronics, Digital and Embedded Systems

The Dyson Institute was awarded New Degree Awarding Powers in October 2020, and its first independent cohort will enrol in September 2021. As one of The Dyson Institute’s Lecturers, you will have the unique opportunity to launch a Higher Education institution unlike any other.

Quality Assurance and Student Engagement Officer 

The Quality Assurance and Student Engagement Officer will play a key role in implementing – and enhancing – quality processes at The Dyson Institute.

Governance & Student Cases Officer

The Governance Officer will play a key role in the Governance Team, providing a broad range of support including committee support, regulatory body compliance, institutional policy development and enhancement and student cases.

IT Operations Lead

As IT Operations Lead, you will be accountable for providing end to end IT  applications services across The Dyson Institute, supporting academic and operational need.  You will develop strong relationships with the supporting IT, Information Management and Privacy functions within the wider Dyson business to ensure The Dyson Institute follows best practice at all times and ensuring that ITIL best practices are aligned. 

Junior Data Analyst

You’ll be enthusiastic about using data visualisation software to create engrossing dashboards that deliver on requirements from senior leaders, as well as having experience of analysing varied data sets and using visualisations to communicate findings. You’ll have strong communication skills and understand how to share insights with stakeholders, finding ways to tell compelling narratives and using your initiative to solve problems as they arise.

Student Support Manager

The Student Support Manager leads a team of four Student Support Advisors (SSA). Each SSA works with one year group (between 35 to 45 students) to support the undergraduates to achieve their full potential and become the engineering leaders of the future. The role is varied and demanding, requiring SSAs to signpost, coach, support, encourage or advice depending on the circumstances. SSAs meet with the undergraduates in their cohorts at least once per month and organise workshops and other wellbeing interventions through the year.

Student Support Advisor

You’ll be one of a team of four Student Support Advisors, who each support one year group of around 40 Undergraduate Engineers. You’ll deliver a personalised wellbeing and development experience to the undergraduates you support.