Want to Change the Space Industry?
“Creating new value with microsatellites, and making them indispensable to people around the world.” In order to realize this bold vision of ours we need new team-mates. We don’t focus on candidates with specific knowledge in spacecraft development, Ph.D.s from prestigious universities or large numbers of published papers. We welcome those who have pride and passion in their work and in Axelspace’s vision. We’re looking for people with the kind of attitude described on the right.
If you are a student, consider applying for an internship. See Axelspace with your own eyes, experience it directly: you might be surprised by what you find. And if through your internship you find that you empathize with our vision and feel like changing the world and space with us we would be glad to welcome you officially as one of us.
We’re looking forward to your application!
Think, Learn, Act and Succeed on Your Own Initiative
We are a small startup and don’t have a systematic training program for new recruits. Unless you take initiative, no one will tell you the exact steps you need to take in your job. Our team members have to think about the best approach to take, learn through trial and error, carry out simulations and experiments all by themselves to contribute to the the team’s goals. But don’t worry: we won’t let you feel abandoned when you join.
Value Teamwork, Respect Your Teammates
Regardless of how skilled and capable any of us is, no one can complete a satellite project alone. We need to help each other as a team. Besides technical capabilities, we value the ability to write concise and readable documents and the communication skills to share information with others effectively.
A Warm Heart and a Cool Mind (and Some Right-Brain Thinking)
At Axelspace, we are working to bring forward some round-breaking innovation. To achieve that, each team member must have a burning passion to explore a new world of applications, and at the same time a cool head to take difficult decisions. But remember that some of the best, innovative ideas come from the right side of your brain.