Our team is a tight-knit group of experts from a range of areas, including engineering, software development and radar technology. We’re young, driven and strive for excellence in everything we do. And we don’t listen to people who say it can’t be done: we just go out and do it.
Iceye is growing quickly and we’re always on the lookout for curious and motivated individuals with talented minds, especially in the fields of AI and data analytics, as well as mechanical, electrical and radio engineering. So even if you don’t see a vacancy advertised below, please submit an open application and you’ll be on our radar for the future!
“I first heard about Iceye through a friend and applied for an internship here as part of my studies. Now I have this really interesting role in designing the structure of our satellites and modeling the temperatures they’ll reach. Finland is a great place to live and the Iceye team is a really close group – both at work and after hours!”
Ben, 22, USA
“When I finished my Engineering studies in Australia and France – specializing in aerostructures – I came over to Finland to work for Iceye. This really is a big happy family! And I love my work on the mechanical and thermal design of our satellites. I’m able to use a lot of my existing knowledge while learning new stuff every single day. It’s the perfect job for me right now.”
Jeremy, 27, Australia
Our headquarters and engineering office in Finland is situated in the beautiful high-tech campus area of Otaniemi, just 10 minutes away from downtown Helsinki. Our team and people around the area are very international, so regardless where you're coming from, you'll fit right in.
Apply to open positions listed here, or send an open application and let us see if there is a good fit in another role.
“I used to fix jets in the Air Force, write code for spacecraft at the European Space Agency, and build combat robots. Now at Iceye I get to do all of these things and more! I love rockets, airplanes and satellites, so my work here on building, testing and operating satellites is literally a dream come true.”
Touko, 25, Finland