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Dyson reveals graduate engineer recruitment plans

Published: Thursday, 12 August 2010   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

Dyson has recruited 100 new engineers so far this year, with half being placed into graduate jobs, it has been confirmed.

The company, which released nine new products last year, is planning to double the number of creative staff at its plant in Malmesbury from 350 to 700.

In addition to the graduate placements, Dyson is aiming to bring in engineers with experience in areas such as microbiology and electro magnetic compatibility.

"It is vital that Dyson - and the UK - invests in engineering talent to stay ahead," said company founder James Dyson.

"As our need for good design and technology increases, so does the need for creative and adventurous designers, engineers and scientists."

Candidates for jobs at Dyson are required to work together to solve a secret engineering problem, involving building a prototype and testing it fully to identify any flaws.

Dyson, which was founded in 1992, mainly manufactures vacuum cleaners which use cyclonic separation.

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