Apply now to the brand new ESA Junior Professional Programme!
by Staff Writers
Paris (ESA) Nov 26, 2021
Positions are now open for Junior Professionals! Do you have a strong interest in space? Do you aspire to channel your knowledge, interest and experience into a career in the space sector?
Open to Master's degree graduates with two to three years of professional experience, this programme offers a three-year placement with the opportunity to join ESA's permanent workforce upon completion of the assignment.
As a Junior Professional at ESA, you will benefit from exciting learning and development opportunities tailored to your skills and interests. You will participate in technical and key skills training courses, build up specific skills on the job and receive support and tutoring from ESA experts to enable you to launch your career at ESA.
What does the Junior Professional Programme offer? Learn everything you need to know about the Junior Professional Programme, employment conditions, recruitment and timeline for applications here and head to the dedicated FAQ page for answers to your most common queries.
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