DYSON is recruiting for 20 new hospitality roles on its expanding Malmesbury campus.

And they'll be trained by a Joe Croan, who worked with Michelin-starred chef Marco Pierre-White.

Global head of catering and hospitality Joe said: "For me the vital ingredients to good food are a passion for what you do and the highest-quality produce.

"Having good food for our people, and a strong Campus Culture, has always been important to James Dyson.

"An army marches on its stomach and, as such, lunch is now free for all our people.

"It’s gone down very well, and is great for my catering team, but it means we need to expand rapidly."

On the experience of working at the global technology company for 13 years, head chef Kimberly Heavens said: “At a time when the hospitality and catering industry is facing challenges, working in a place like Dyson is truly exciting and provides a great space for career development and stability.”