Mechanic technician

Company Details



We are Isar Aerospace and we are at the forefront of New Space building a modern space business to enable faster, better, and cheaper access to space.

Our mission is to help democratize space and use it for good in order to improve life on Earth now and for future generations.

We are a fast-growing company aiming to provide sustainable and environmentally friendly launch solutions for small and medium-sized satellites and constellations into Low Earth Orbit. The company is privately funded by world-leading technology investors with strong commitment and support and our team is made of driven and talented people with a real passion for space innovation.

We’re making rockets in a way that hasn’t been done before disrupting a traditional industry. If you are up for the challenge, want to work on cutting-edge projects, and be part of a team changing the world for the better, come, join us and launch your career!


  • Be at the center of an agile and dynamic team of highly motivated space enthusiasts
  • You will be part of an incredible start-up journey
  • Huge learning potential and the opportunity to build things from the ground up (literally)
  • You’ll enjoy a high level of freedom and autonomy
  • Flat hierarchy and open communication


The main purpose would be to help the test engineers build the launch pad for Isar Aerospace Technologies liquid rocket engine and set up a workshop close to the launch pad. As soon as launch operations begin, the Mechanic technician will support the test- and propulsion engineers to conduct their operations on rocket engine prototypes and subsystems thereof.

More specifically, you will:

  • Be responsible for set-up and equip workshop at the launch site
  • Be responsible to perform basic shop work: filing, sawing, drilling
  • Support rocket engine operations by preparing articles and the site in collaboration with test- and propulsion engineers
  • Be responsible for the build-up and to look after the maintenance of high pressure (up to 300 bar), cryogenic (down to -196°C) piping systems
  • Be responsible for the maintenance of sensor and actuator cabling (24V DC)




  • Successful apprenticeship/technician in metalworking job or similar
  • Passionate about new space, curious, and eager to learn
  • Driven to deliver and constantly push the boundaries
  • Take ownership and accountability for your own actions and mistakes
  • Humble and willing to go out of your way to help others
  • A can-do attitude and outstanding communication skills
  • Good level of English


  • Experience in the use of Swagelok fittings / Flange connections
  • Experience in tube bending and high-pressure piping installation
  • Welding: Optimally TIG, or others


If your profile matches our needs, you will be contacted in a few weeks by our Talent team for a first HR video interview.
A technical assignment might be sent to you in order to assess your knowledge of the topics required for the job.
In case of a positive outcome, you will then attend 1-2 technical interview(s) with your potential future colleagues.


Note: Due to the high volume of applications, we cannot get back to all candidates. If you have not heard from us within 2-4 weeks, please consider that your application has been unsuccessful for the current openings. However, in line with our GDPR policy, we will keep your details and will let you know if/when a suitable position comes up.

Tagged as: welding, swagelok fittings / flange connections, tube bending & high-pressure piping

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