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Dyson looking to hire 110 new software engineers


Dyson is currently looking to hire 110 new software engineers, as part of its plans to hire 3000 engineers across the world by 2021.

The company has confirmed that the majority of these positions will be based in Britain, at its Malmesbury campus in Wiltshire and its software hub in Bristol. The remaining positions will be based in Singapore.

The company intends to test applicants with a “pop-up” challenge in London designed to assess their problem-solving skills. In order to find the location of the challenge, applicants will need to find an access code in the video below.

Taking place on 4 and 5 February, the challenge will take place in four different rooms with software engineering challenges that need to be solved, one after the other. The winners will receive a Dyson 360 Eye robotic vacuum cleaner signed by Jason Dyson, as well as an offer for an interview with the company.

“The Smart Rooms have been designed to reward those willing to relentlessly question convention, to find new solutions for everyday problems,” said Dyson chief executive Max Cronze.

“Only the bold need apply.”

This follows the announcement of the Wiltshire-based Dyson Institute of Technology, which will train students to work at the company.

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