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Be Part of NSSA Team

The National Space Science Agency (NSSA) aims to support the growth of the space sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain by encouraging graduates and technicians with relevant skills, qualifications and interest in the Space field to pursue a career in the space industry.

NSSA is offering career opportunities in a working environment that rewards collaboration, innovation and excellence. Furthermore, NSSA is committed to the personal development of each team member and will provide individuals with all of the skills and training opportunities they need to support a career in space science.

Join our NSSA team and work on outstanding projects that will shape the future of the Kingdom of Bahrain in the field of space science, such as launching national satellites for scientific, exploratory and technological research purposes.

CEO Dr Al Aseeri

Why Join NSSA

NSSA offers a unique opportunity to work with highly dedicated teams of scientists, engineers, and other professionals, in a vibrant, multi-cultural and intellectually stimulating work environment.

NSSA projects will serve as the foundation for the future development of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s space science and technology sector, a future you can help to realize. You will also benefit from professional training and development opportunities in addition to working alongside space technology professionals.

Who we are seeking

Outstanding scientists, engineers, machinists and technicians, IT and software systems experts and other talented professionals who have a passion for space, creative, ambitious and highly motivated.


Job opportunities will be announced in coordination with the Civil Service Bureau.

Bahrain Space Team, recruitment campaign July 2018.

Dr. Mohamed Al Aseeri, NSSA Chief Executive Officer, announces Bahrain Space Team recruitment campaign, July 2018.

H.E. The Minister of Transportation and Telecommunication, Engineer Kamal bin Ahmed Mohamed, announces Bahrain Space Team application process, July 2018.

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