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Acoustics and Vibration Engineer - Graduate Program

What you will do


  • Holds responsibility to deliver to assigned projects in area of Acoustic and Vibration Analysis. 
  • Manage acoustic and vibration performance of products through effective use and ownership of Product Specification.  
  • Drive designs forward and ensure correct decisions are made at all stages of the design process through experimental validation, simulation, calculation, or any other relevant analysis methods. 
  • Manage related technical risk actively and provide mitigations as needed. Ensure timely closure of risk items (ie. FMEA) according to project development maturity.
  • Resolve Problem Reports (FRACAS) in timely manner.
  • Drive cross-project initiative leading to technical insights for more accurate and faster issue resolution. 
  • Provide technical oversight and coaching to junior members of team.

Problem Solving:

  • Expected to resolve problems within project effectively while managing stakeholders’ expectations, in a fast-paced and result-oriented environment. 
  • Find the mitigations of issue(s) through systematic and thorough analysis, present findings to the cross-functional team to drive towards timely and elegant solution.   


  • Support departmental goals and long term technology road map. Plan and manage progress of actions, in order to deliver on time.
  • Provide inputs to team goal setting.

Continuous Improvement:

  • Expected to proactively identify areas of improvement and to propose and implement improvements.
  • Identify and develop new opportunities/tools/methods with the aim of enhancing the performance, reliability, and time to market of Dyson products.
  • Actively contributes to lessons learnt database to ensure sharing of past learnings.Continually seeks to improve technical capability to support the business growth.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • At least a Bachelor degree in Acoustic/Physics/Mechanical/Mechatronics engineering or equivalent, preferred applicants to have a Master degree. 
  • A basic understanding of noise generation and attenuation, structural modal/harmonic analysis, rotordynamics, signal processing, and statistical analysis.
  • Working experience with Fluid Dynamics and Failure Analysis would be an added advantage. 
  • Proficiency on measurement hardware and software for data acquisition, such as B&K Pulse, HEAD Acoustics, MATLAB, Simulink/Simscape, and LabVIEW is preferred.
  • Competent in the use and application of CAD/CAE tools in general.
  • Experience in the ANSYS/ACTRAN/COMSOL is preferred.
  • Proficient in Six Sigma methodologies, and having strong statistical data analysis using tool such as Minitab is preferred.
  • Ability to gather information systematically to establish facts and principles required to solve complex problems within the project.
  • Demonstrate ability to provide independent viewpoints/argument to a problem, and ability to provide technical path forward.
  • Able to utilize root cause analysis techniques during problem solving.
  • Ability to plan ahead and prioritise task, coordinate the work of others.
  • Able to identify technical risks within projects. Expected to suggest specific actions to mitigate risks. Able to lead FMEA sessions.
  • Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Ability to receive constructive feedback and coaching, and respond appropriately. Able to provide constructive feedback. 
  • Proficiently communicate ideas and concepts, ability to tailor communication to suit different levels, and to persuade and influence others as needed.
Closing in 8 days
Closing in 8 days
  • Job Type:Graduate jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Engineering Mechanical, Engineering Mechatronics

  • Position Type:Full time
  • Citizenships:

  • Locations:

    Singapore (Singapore)

  • Closing Date:23rd July 2018, 6:00 pm

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