In-Space has a fun and dedicated team who value hard work, a positive attitude and solution-focused thinking.

We welcome applicants who will embrace their role and the flexibility required when working in a small company, and we reward dedication and results with a flexible environment to allow employees to flourish while meeting other requirements they may have in their lives.

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Current Vacancies

Spacecraft Systems Engineer

Salary £45 -£65K depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting role which will suit an enthusiastic, self-starting individual who is happy to work on a range of activities from technical studies to small spacecraft systems and subsystems. They will be comfortable working as part of a team to deliver projects to a variety of customers including institutional, academic and commercial organisations.  The role requires some knowledge and experience of designing, developing, building or operating small spacecraft, a willingness to learn and the ability to work with others to identify and resolve technical issues. While the primary responsibilities of the role lie in project delivery, the role may require some bid support and other reasonable responsibilities as required by the business. You will be actively encouraged to maintain a current interest in space industry developments and are expected to pro-actively identify business/technology promotion opportunities.

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Technical Project Manager

Salary £45k-£75k Depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting role which will suit an enthusiastic, self-starting individual who is happy to take responsibility for delivering a wide range of projects to a variety of customers including institutional, academic and commercial organisations. The successful individual will enjoy working as part of a team, is willing to flex their priorities to support others where necessary and is comfortable with a fast-paced environment.

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Salary £55 -£70K depending on skills and experience

We are currently seeking a Mechanical Systems Engineer to join our rapidly expanding team working on microsatellites weighing 40-150kg. The role will involve the mechanical engineering tasks involved in the development and launch of payloads, structural design and analysis, determining the correct hardware and its programming, and thermal designing, testing and validation and interaction with our customers.

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Salary £50k-£55k Depending on skills and experience

We are looking for an organised, proactive and customer-focused Sales Operations Manager to join the rapidly growing In-Space team based in Alton, Hampshire, UK.

Working for the Head of Sales and Business Development and with other team members you will be responsible for managing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems and processes for the entire sales lifecycle.

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Salary £28 -£35K depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting role which will suit an enthusiastic, self-starting individual who is happy to learn quickly, and assume responsibility for their work. They will be comfortable working with other technical specialists to develop, deliver and maintain a wide range of ground segment solutions and services to a variety of different space missions.
The role requires some knowledge and experience of computer hardware and networks, and a proven capability for coding/scripting. The right attitude is equally as important as background and experience.
While the primary responsibilities of the role lie in ground segment delivery, the role may require some bid support and other reasonable responsibilities as required by the business.

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RF/DSP Engineer

Salary £45k-£65k Depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting role which will suit an enthusiastic, self-starting individual who is happy to take responsibility for a range of activities from technical studies, detailed design, development and test. They will be comfortable working with other technical specialists to deliver a wide range of projects to a variety of customers including institutional, academic and commercial organisations. The successful individual will enjoy working as part of a team, is willing to flex their priorities to support others where necessary and is comfortable with a fast-paced environment. It will require someone who takes pride in their work, and can present a professional face to clients, suppliers and partners.

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£70 – £80k depending on skills and experience

This is an exciting role which will suit an enthusiastic, self-starting individual who is happy to take responsibility for a range of activities from technical studies to entire small spacecraft architectures. You will be comfortable working with other technical specialists to deliver a wide range of projects to a variety of customers including institutional, academic and commercial organisations. The successful individual will enjoy working as part of a team, is willing to flex their priorities to support others where necessary and is comfortable with a fast-paced environment. You will be someone who takes pride in your work, and can present a professional face to clients, suppliers and partners.

The role requires experience in designing, developing, building, testing and operating small spacecraft and a proven ability to manage risks and take pragmatic approaches to resolving technical issues.  You will be working with, and leading, a small expanding team of skilled engineers to maintain and expand our current small satellite missions to help ensure projects are successfully fulfilled.

The right attitude is equally as important as background and experience. You will be working with a range of customers, from small organisations to multinationals often with complex and unique objectives and requirements.
While the primary responsibilities of the role lie in and spacecraft project delivery, the role will also require some bid support, consultancy and other reasonable responsibilities as required by the business. You will be actively encouraged to maintain a current interest in space industry developments and are expected to pro-actively identify business/technology promotion opportunities.

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