Technical Product Designer (m/f/d)

INVENT GmbH is the company of the future.

Those who are trained here will be able to look not only beyond the horizon but up through the sky and into outer space. Here in the stronghold of lightweight construction, visionary production parts of outstanding quality are created for the fields of aeronautics and astronautics, the automotive industry, medical technology and mechanical engineering.

Whether for aeronautics or astronautics, the majority of the items we produce reach high altitudes. You want that, too? Then capitalise on the knowledge of our experts and international customers! As a recognised training establishment and innovative company, we, INVENT GmbH, have been successfully training apprentices in the commercial and industrial sectors since 2003.

Detailed information concerning the job description can be found on the responsible IHK page


  • You graduated from secondary school at university qualification level (“Allgemeine Hochschulreife”)?
  • You have technical understanding and good comprehension?
  • Diligence and a sense of responsibility count among your strengths?
  • You are a team player and have good manners?
  • You enjoy learning?

Then you’ve come to the right place! We look forward to receiving your application.


  • Modern infrastructure and exciting projects
  • Diverse and responsible tasks
  • Individual development possibilities
  • International cooperation in a continuously growing company
  • Corporate benefits (company fitness, free soft drinks and fresh fruit, etc.)

    max. 5MB
    * Invent adheres to strict privacy standards in regards to the collection and protection of your personal data. For more information, please review the online Privacy Policy.

    Susanne Braun

    +49 531 24466-40


    Christian-Pommer-Straße 47
    38112 Braunschweig


    Projekt Solar Sail

    Beim Sonnensegel soll der Strahlungsdruck der Sonne als Antriebsquelle genutzt werden. Das ESA/DLR-Projekt „Solar Sail“, für das INVENT zentrale Komponenten gefertigt hat, konnte 1999 im Rahmen der internationalen Luft- und Raumfahrtausstellung (ILA) die Entfaltung eines 20 m × 20 m großen Sonnensegels am Boden demonstrieren. Das Segel bestand aus vier aufgerollten CFK-Booms, die beim Ausfahren ein Kapton-Segel aufspannten.