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The responsibilities include:
Ability to work independently on the implementation of fault analyses and repair of wind turbine generator systems in UK and abroad, including clarification of any client queries.
Planned and preventive maintenance of wind turbine generator systems.
Documentation of call-out responses, fault finding and repair work in service reports, logbooks and checklists.
Coordination of external and internal service providers and contractors on site.
Contact person for client technical queries, such as retrofits and repairs.
Ideal candidates will have:
Professional training in electrical engineering sector (electrician, power electronics system,
Familiar with MS-Office operating system.
Familiar with PLCs.
High degree of quality awareness; excellent fault finding and diagnostic skills combined with the ability to detect and remedy faults, defects, problems.
Team player, cooperative, interested in further development.
Able to work at heights and high level of physical fitness.
Structured worker with technical analytical abilities.
High degree of flexibility, highly motivated with the ability to work under pressure.
Prepared to travel
Willing to work sometimes also at the weekends.
Clean driving license (license for driving trucks up to 3,5 t with trailer would be advantageous)
For more information on this exciting opportunity with a global leader please contact Nick Wildsmith