Careers at Inmarsat Government

At Inmarsat Government, our people are our most important asset.

Equipped with a global network infrastructure, a private MPLS backbone, and innovative communication technologies, we are creating a new standard for our industry. Combined with our unique value proposition – the ability to design and engineer custom solutions –it’s easy to see how Inmarsat Government is the perfect place for professionals wanting to contribute to the success and growth of an emergent company.

With a dynamic work environment that encourages creativity and embraces change, Inmarsat Government realizes its success as a company stems directly from its success as an employer. That is why we are committed to finding, attracting, and retaining the best and most talented individuals – then rewarding both their individual and collective contributions to the company.

We compensate your knowledge and experience by providing a competitive salary, an extensive benefits package, and opportunities for professional growth.

We are revolutionizing the way government and commercial organizations think about their mission-critical communication needs, and the way employees think about their career development. If this appeals to you, put Inmarsat Government on your path and contact us today.

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  • Who We Are

    The future is not simply about technology. It’s about working hard to find the smartest new ways to keep you connected—reliably, securely and affordably—on land, at sea and in the air. And Inmarsat Government is leading the way.
  • Community Outreach

    Our commitment to service reaches throughout the company. Our employees raise money and raise hammers for a variety of causes. And we match their donations via our partnerships with select charitable organizations.
  • Press Releases

    Alphasat, the largest and most sophisticated European telecommunications satellite built and designated as Inmarsat-4A F4, was successfully launched July 25 on an Ariane 5 ECA launcher, from the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana. The satellite will be stationed on 25 degrees East, offering extended L-band spectrum and capacity throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.