We support the move to Germany by helping with the VISA Process, as well as offering an optional relocation fee.
Flexible work schedules, remote working, 30 days of annual leave and an additional 2.5 days of paid leave.
Health & Safety
Regular health check-ups and sessions on mindfulness, exercise and more for all employees.
Events & Social Activities
Summer BBQs, Christmas parties and more! Plus, access to social clubs organised by EUMETSAT and ESOC in Darmstadt.
With the net wage optimisation, you can receive your salary via various remuneration components, and thus save on taxes and social insurance contributions and increase your net salary.
We also offer the option of expensive IT equipment and bike leasing, where the leasing rate is deducted from the gross salary instead of net salary, and taxes and social insurance contributions are also reduced accordingly.
Telespazio grants up to 3 months paid time off (sabbatical). The time off can be used for traveling around the world, extended parental leave, further education, etc. During this time, your employment relationship with Telespazio remains unchanged.
In addition, Telespazio offers the possibility of a long-term account that can be used for extended absences or early retirement.
Online training platforms
Coursera and Bookboom are offered online training tools. While Coursera is more webinar, long-term study based, Bookboon concentrates on nuggets to grasp e.g., while commuting and during breaks.
Technical and method training
We provide a wide range of technical and method training course: Python fundamentals, SCRUM Master, Prince² Project Management, Linux/Unix Fundamentals, and Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering,
Soft skill training
Cultural Awareness, Remote Leadership, Effective Feedback, Time Management, Managing Difficult Conversations.
More than 60% of our employees come from abroad. Telespazio Germany provides different language courses for employees to improve the language capabilities. Especially we offer regular German courses (A1 to B1) to help them settle in Germany.