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Offshore professions

Are you looking for a career start in the wind energy industry and want to find out more? Numerous new training areas and job profiles have developed in the wind industry in recent years. The following selection of activities and professions gives an initial overview of the diverse possibilities in the offshore wind industry.

More information about wind professions with detailed task and requirement profiles is presented at www.energieberufe.de, the digital vocational lexicon of the energy industry. Together with the job advertisements on the career portal www.energiejobs.de, you will receive a holistic job overview.

 

Examples of professions in offshore wind energy (excerpts and link)

Qualified electrician (m / f) offshore wind energy

Qualified electricians in the wind energy sector are required in all phases of the construction and maintenance of wind energy plants. Electrotechnical graduates are therefore in demand in this area. The prerequisites for the construction, service and maintenance work are suitability for height and a head for heights. ...

Electrical engineer (m / f) cable technology offshore

Electrical engineer in the field of offshore cable technology is responsible for the construction supervision of the offshore cable laying and its maintenance measures. The instruction and guidance of external companies during construction and maintenance is also part of the tasks of an electrical engineer. ...

Electrical engineer (m / f) substation offshore wind energy

Electrical engineers for substation technology in the offshore area take responsibility for the planning and safe implementation of maintenance and servicing measures in compliance with the legally prescribed test cycles and the development of improvement measures and repair concepts. ...

Project buyer (m / f) offshore

Project buyers in offshore wind energy are responsible for the application and negotiation of offshore tenders and for the design of the corresponding procurement strategies. In addition, the selection of suppliers and claim management also fall within their area of ​​responsibility. ...

Project developer (m / f) offshore

Project developers are entrusted with the development of new offshore wind projects. You coordinate all the experts involved and deal with the development of the projects, including market analyzes, assessments of the competitive situation and profitability, preparation of business plans, schedules and project calculations as well as checking the technical implementation options. ...

Project manager (m / f) offshore services

Project managers for service activities in the offshore wind sector are responsible for awarding service contracts through tenders. Her main tasks are the creation of tender documents, reports, presentations and statistics. ...

Environmental planner (m / f) for the grid connection of offshore wind farms

Environmental planners in the field of grid connection of offshore wind farms control the environmental activities related to grid connection. They take care of the claims of environmental and nature conservation associations, interest groups and specialist authorities and are responsible for preparing, awarding and assessing expert environmental reports. ...

Industrial engineer or engineer (m / f) offshore coordination

Industrial engineers or engineers in the field of offshore coordination are responsible for the bundling and coordination of offshore orders. Reliable time, resource and shutdown planning is the necessary prerequisite for efficient coordination of personnel and ship operations. ...

 

More professions with task and activity profiles related to onshore and offshore wind energy at www.energieberufe.de - the digital vocational lexicon of the energy industry

 


Topics wind energy

Offshore wind energy, wind energy professions