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Current career opportunities at ESA

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04/10/201114451 views18 likes

Are you a master’s student in an engineering course? Are you about to graduate? Have you already gained your first experience abroad? - Then you should find out about your career opportunities at the European Space Agency.

From October they are ESA "Space-ialisten" again on the way to colleges and universitiesto inform you about your opportunities in space. The ESA offers top entry opportunities for physicists, aerospace engineers, electrical, software and communication engineers as well as mechanical engineers.

“Few employers offer such a great variety and internationality in their areas of work as ESA. And everyone who works for us - whether secretary, engineer or physicist - is very close to what's happening in space. As we are at the forefront of the development of new technologies, we are continuously looking for talented young employees. If you are enthusiastic about space travel, simply approach me and my colleagues at one of our job fairs! " so Dr. Frank C. Danesy, Head of Human Resources at ESA in Germany.

Upcoming career fairs

Find out more about our Young Graduate Trainee (YGT) program for university graduates and the numerous internship opportunities at the upcoming career fairs! The next dates for Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland are:

 

  • 60th German Aerospace Congress, Congress Centrum Bremen, 27.-29. September
  • Forum EPFL Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, 10.-12. October
  • TU Berlin Bonding, October 27th
  • TU Dortmund Konaktiva, November 9th
  • TU Braunschweig Bonding, November 15th
  • TU Aachen Bonding, November 30th
  • Darmstadt job tour, November 30th
  • Berlin, Foreign Office, December 3rd
  • Université du Luxembourg, Salon de Recrutement LUXEXPO, December 15th.

Roadshow of the "space-ialists"

In addition, our “space-ialists” will report again in a series of lectures, the ESA Roadshow, on the current space missions and career opportunities in European space travel:

Be there! On December 1st at TU Dresden, December 5th TU Darmstadt, December 6th TU Munich, December 7th University of Stuttgart, December 8th Kit Karlsruhe.

You will receive information about the exact location of the event promptly at www.esa.int/careers and through local notices at the universities!

We look forward to getting to know you!

What is the ESA?

The European Space Agency ESA is Europe's gateway to space. Its aim is to coordinate and promote the development of European space travel - and of course to ensure that investments in this area bring lasting benefits to all Europeans.

The ESA currently has 18 member states. By bundling the financial resources and know-how of the individual countries, it enables the implementation of programs and projects that none of the member states will ever set up on its own.

The objectives of the projects are diverse - from the exploration of the earth, its immediate surroundings, the solar system and the universe to the development of satellite-based technologies and services to the promotion of various European high-tech industries.

What is the ESA?

Further information about ESA is available at www.esa.int or, with a focus on Germany, www.esa.de

What does the ESA do?

The ESA's task is to design and implement the joint European space program. The objectives of their projects are accordingly diverse - from the exploration of the earth, its immediate surroundings, the solar system and the universe to the development of satellite-based technologies and services to the promotion of various European high-tech industries. In order to ensure that the knowledge and inventions gained not only benefit Europe but also all of humanity, ESA also works intensively with non-European space organizations.

More information about ESA is available at http://www.esa.int

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