Exciting New Opportunities with Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers1st Feb 2022
Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers Program Seeks Recruits
Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers program is currently seeking a batch of new recruits for training and career opportunities. The ultimate goal of the program is to train recruits in a variety of roles to help with the production of the Spica rocket. The Spica project involves building a human-crewed, suborbital spacecraft that will take off from Danish soil. If the project is successful, Spica will be the first manned rocket launched by a European country.
Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers Program Will Build Test Rocket
The Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers program has published an advert requesting applicants for their rocket-building training project. The program is based at the Copenhagen Suborbitals workshop, where recruits will spend one day per week working on their rocket. Although other work will be carried out virtually and remotely, the project will have a flexible and team-based objective. The Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers program has 12-16 places to fill. Recruits will be internally trained in a variety of space tech roles and will work together to build a test rocket utilising Copenhagen Suborbitals’ cutting-edge technology.
Various Roles Available with Copenhagen Suborbitals for Space Tech Enthusiasts
Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers program requires a variety of talent to fill available roles. Participants do not need to be experts as multi-disciplinary internal training is provided. The research centre is seeking 4 recruits to fill mechanical roles and 3 for electronic positions. These recruits will design and build the test rocket. Meanwhile, they are also seeking people for media, fundraising, and management roles. Copenhagen Suborbitals Space Careers program has announced that the application process is now open for interested candidates.