Careers

Current Opportunties

Senior Satellite Operations Engineer – UK

We are looking for a highly experienced, Satellite Operations Engineer to join our busy Engineering team, in a hybrid working role based in the UK to support a diverse range of activities to deliver on our projects and missions.

AOCS Engineer – Glasgow

We are looking for an experienced, AOCS Engineer to join our busy Engineering team, generally based on site in our Glasgow office (Scotland, UK) to support a diverse range of activities to deliver on our projects and missions.

Sales Manager (Space Products) – Uppsala

The Sales Manager (Space Products) will work with our customers and operational delivery teams to sell AAC Clyde Space products and subsystems, with a focus on the products produced at our Uppsala site. The sales process often means working a lot with customers and internal teams to find a great solution, and we have several repeat customers to build and maintain relationships with.

Bid Manager (Space Missions) – Glasgow

We are looking for a well-organised, enthusiastic individual who has an ability to understand existing and new technology coupled with a solid and demonstrable ability to form credible business plans. This is an ideal opportunity for someone seeking a challenge in a dynamic working environment, working at the forefront of small satellite technology and services. You will be partnering with our customers and operational delivery teams to secure Space Missons contracts in line business objectives.

Space System FPGA Developer – Uppsala

We are looking for an enthusiastic and technically minded FPGA engineer to contribute to our design of state-of-the-art satellite subsystems, with an emphasis on electronics and software engineering. The candidate should show strong aptitude, share our enthusiasm for systems engineering for space applications. This is a full-time role for an experienced FPGA developer, who can work to deliver our next range of subsystems for satellite projects.

Quality Inspector – Uppsala

We are looking for a Space Systems and Quality Assurance Engineer colleague to support an increased customer demand and growing order book.

Electronics Engineer – DELFT

We are looking for a full-time, experienced electronics engineer with good insights in product development to join our Delft team in the Netherlands. You will assist in developing, testing, and deploying our world-class satellite technology.

FPGA Engineer – South Africa

AAC Clyde Space is looking for a creative, driven and enthusiastic engineer to join our team to assist in the development, testing and deployment of our world-class RF communication systems for satellites and associated ground systems.

Systems Engineer – Glasgow

We are looking for an experienced, Systems Engineer to join our busy Engineering team, in a hybrid working role based in Glasgow (Scotland, UK) to support a diverse range of activities to deliver on our projects and missions.

Electronics Engineer – Glasgow

We are looking for an Electronics Engineer to join our busy Engineering team, based in Glasgow, to support a diverse range of projects for subsystem and missions.

AIT Engineer – Delft

We are looking for an AIT Engineer to join our dynamic team in Delft, and drive our production capabilities for the new space industry. 

Mechanical Engineer – Glasgow

We are looking for a Mechanical Engineer to join our busy Engineering team based in Glasgow, to support a diverse range of projects for subsystems and missions.

Why AAC Clyde Space?

We’re actively growing the AAC Clyde Space family. At AAC Clyde Space we pride ourselves on cultivating an inclusive working environment where talented people want to work and where innovation can thrive.

A career at AAC Clyde Space promises challenges, impact and professional growth. Our goal is to create an open working environment where talented people can think freely and innovation can thrive.

That also means building future talent. We want to inspire the next generation of budding scientists, engineers, mathematicians – and space geeks. To encourage more young minds, regardless of gender, race or background, to consider a future in space. To build a more diverse industry, representative of the world we live in. We welcome speculative applications for future opportunities. Follow us on social media to get regular updates.

The second word I learned as a child was “Venus”. I was able to point to it in the sky faster than now. But I forgot about space as the years went by because I thought the space sector was just for some big agencies and in huge cities. But I discovered at university that someone from A Coruña could have a chance in this industry. From then on I knew it was for me and I was not letting it go.
Andrea Aguilella Merelas
Senior Mechanical Engineer

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

We aim to create a positive recruitment and selection experience across every part of our business. The company is committed to handling applications to a consistently high standard and all candidates with dignity and respect. Those involved in the recruitment and selection process will act with integrity, objectivity and professionalism.

We are committed to equal opportunities for all and to have diversity reflected within our global workforce. We believe its diversity and inclusion will allow for greater creativity and innovation to help AAC Clyde Space Group deliver the vision to help improve life on earth.

AAC CLYDE SPACE CORE VALUES

EXCELLENCE

We believe that excellence happens by making the right choices over and over again.

INNOVATION

We are continuously moving forward, anticipating our market needs and pioneering new ideas.

TEAM

We treat each other fairly and with respect.
We want everyone to be part of the team.

CUSTOMER FOCUS

Strong relationships with our customers are vital to our business.
We recognise that a client's perception is their reality.

INTEGRITY

We act openly and with honesty.
We stand behind our promises.

Find Out More About Our Vision & Team

"There are always new challenges, and new opportunities to do interesting and exciting things. It gives you the chance to constantly learn and develop. I like that we push the boundaries of what’s possible for small satellites, and actually, being part of that feels like a real privilege.2
Dr Pamela Smith
VP Future Programmes

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