Virginia Hanessian, Systems Engineer
I've been working at GomSpace since April 2016 as a Systems Engineer. I have been in space sector for four years now and for me, it is very impressive how GomSpace has managed to get a place among the big players of the sector worldwide.
It began as a start-up for academic purposes and small missions, and in a short period of time, it has been migrating to more complex missions, causing big investors to look at GomSpace as a reliable company, in which they trust challenging bigger projects or even constellations.
I am very proud to be part of this thriving business that allow me to develop my professional skills. Even though I had to leave my home country, Mexico, I came to Denmark to contribute and learn at GomSpace, and it was well worth it. What makes me want to stay is the good management, planning and the work environment. People are always willing to help and are always concerned for the happiness of the co-workers. There are several social activities through the year, including family members, which is always a priority. With flexible times, the job becomes less stressful and the employees yield effective results. There are currently several projects running with different missions as well as a constant investment to secure new high quality products.
Ulla Holm Carstensen, Production Operator
I have been working at GomSpace since December 2017 as a production operator, where I have been part of the production from the beginning and had the opportunity of creating high quality products. As a new member of GomSpace, I felt welcome right from the start, and through a mentoring scheme, there was taken good care of me. The exciting part of this job is that I'm allowed to "nerd" with the things in production. At GomSpace, the whole world is gathered in one place where several of the world's nationalities are represented through the employees. If you want a workplace with development, good atmosphere and quality in focus, GomSpace is the place for you.
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Lars Vestergaard, Hardware Engineer
I have been with GomSpace since August 2016 as hardware engineer, where my main task is to design various electronic circuits for our nanosatellites. I got my degree from Aalborg University in 2006 and since then I have been working with hardware design in different companies. Working as an engineer at GomSpace is exciting, challenging and fun. Creating a nanosatellitex often requires people to think outside the box and that is one of the reasons that we have fun here at GomSpace. People come here with different professional and personal backgrounds and even different nationalities, but we are all working for the same mission and are creating fantastic solutions for our customers. I will recommend to join us if you want to work in an informal environment where you will make a difference for new-space business.
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Mathias Tausen, Software Engineer
I joined the GomSpace team as a student software developer in 2013, and have been here full time as a software engineer since February 2016. In this position I get the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art technology in a company where every day is different from the others. From day one I have felt like a part of a team where everyone has a shared vision to deliver the greatest hardware, software and service the nanosatellite industry has to offer. The environment at GomSpace is informal but professional and ambitious - so if you are looking for challenges in the space business, look no further.
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