At Astranis, we're doing our life's work.
Who we are
We’re engineers. We're entrepreneurs. We’re pilots, climbers, and Killer Queen enthusiasts. We speak twenty-one languages (not counting programming). We've worked at SpaceX, OneWeb, Blue Origin, Skybox, SSL, Planet Labs, Qualcomm, IDEO, Google, Apple, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Hughes, and NASA. And we've all chosen to work together to connect the world and eventually the solar system.
We are doing our life's work at Astranis — connecting the world is one of humanity's most important challenges — and we truly care about each other as teammates. And we are proud to give incredibly talented individuals far more responsibility and impact than they would ever have at a traditional or large company. Apply today, and join over 200 amazing engineers and entrepreneurs who have flown things in space before.
It's rare to find a career that's both technically interesting and that actually aims to make a positive impact on the world. Everyday we get to collaboratively work on unique problems that will one day solve one of the world's hardest and most important problems.
Sr Technical Program Manager
I love working at Astranis because of the mission, the people and the products. We have a team of extremely talented and motivated engineers working to develop truly game changing technology. I love showing up everyday to a beautiful facility in the heart of San Francisco where we are trailblazing a new and better way of building satellites at an amazing speed.
I love recruiting for Astranis, not only because of the amazing humanitarian mission, but also because of the employee-centric environment that truly values career development and a work/life balance simultaneously.
I love that everyone at Astranis is eager to learn and teach each other! When I joined the team, I didn't know anything about satellites. Now I am able to teach the youth from my non-profit and my children the amazing possibilities of engineering, building, and space. Thanks Astranis!
Team Lead, Ground Software
Within my first 4 months at Astranis, I had implemented a control algorithm, tested it in simulation and on real hardware, and deployed it successfully to our first demo satellite in space. Doing this was on my 2-5 year plan, but I got to do it all right out of graduate school! Now, after 4.5 years at Astranis, the ability to own systems end to end here is still one of the coolest things to be a part of.
I was born on a small island in the Caribbean, and internet services are so important in remote areas. Astranis can help individuals in developing countries gain access to more of the modern economy with internet connectivity, so people like me who are born in remote areas can easily communicate with the world.