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Would you like to work at WindGuard? Then please take a look at the following vacancies. We welcome applications by mail or by e-mail. For the right contact person, please refer to the job description.
Your key responsibilities:
- Wind and operational data evaluation and analysis
- Wind flow modelling with different flow models
- Performance of site assessments according to IEC standards
- Documentation and preparation of reports
- Project management and communication with clients
- Preparation of quotations
- Graduate degree in engineering or natural sciences
- Excellent communication skills in French and English
- Sound computer and MS Office skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and problem-solving capabilities
- Reliably working in a team as well as independently
- Must be flexible as well as capable of setting priorities and working under pressure
- Willingness to travel as needed (mostly within the EU)
- First working experience in the Renewables industry (preferably wind) is an advantage
- Experience with scripting or programming language is a plus
- Experience with WindPRO, WAsP or similar software products is a plus
Your benefits: You will be working in an international team with one of the most experienced and comprehensive consultants in the wind industry. With offices in Germany, and the United States and more than 170 employees, our universe of over 40 services offers you access to a wide range of expert know-how and experience. Working for an owner operated medium-sized company with flat hierarchies, you have the chance to get involved and contribute your own ideas for the wind energy of tomorrow. For this kind of position, we strive to provide flexibility in work time and location in order to suit your individual requirements. Our headquarters in Varel are close to the North Sea. The nearby university town of Oldenburg is one of the most popular living areas in Northern Germany.
To apply for this position, please forward cover letter and resume, including desired salary, to Martin Strack.