To further develop our company, we are always looking for smart and curious minds. You're welcome to send us your CV to see if you could be a fit to our team!
We very strongly believe in our team. Our strength is our high diversity in skills, talents and backgrounds, whilst sharing the same values. Our passion for the ocean is shared with our passion for our unique technology. We share and enjoy responsibilities, love to be challenged and enjoy experiencing steep learning curves. Feedback, input and questions are appreciated by and from everybody, also across different fields of expertise. We enjoy our journey together, both above and under water.
"I love doing my engineering work at my desk, but also be able to work hands on in the field."
I feel everybody is committed in our team. Not only committed to the task, but also to the overall goal of the company.”
“I like the appreciation by each other within the team.”
“I believe we can accomplish something unique together: protecting and better understanding our oceans using a state-of-the-art technology.”
Bremen is a great location when it comes to marine and space technology. Many institutes and companies are working on state-of-the-art technologies in these sectors. Therefore, Bremen is an exciting environment for us to be in.
We also very much enjoy the great lifestyle the city of Bremen offers. Bremen is an old trading city (Hansestadt) and is proud to still be autonomous (it is in fact the smallest state in Germany). Bremer (i.e., people living in Bremen) are generally open-minded, and the city shows this by its diversity in people, food and cultural events. Bremen is known for its free festivals, such as La Strada (international street-artist festival) or Breminale (international music festival). In summer, it is common to grab a drink and sit on the ‘Osterdeich’ along the Weser (i.e., river running through Bremen), and meet friends and family after work. At night time, Bremer enjoy the night-life in the “Viertel”, an area that has attracted many artists since the 70s and 80s. Bremen also has a lot to offer to families.
“Bremen feels like a small metropolitan city while you can still reach everything with your bicycle.”