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Role Summary: The Wind Energy EMEA P&S – Special Blades Technician - will be a EU Wind Travel Technician who will be responsible for the internal and external inspections and repair of fiberglass and composite blades, spinners, and nacelles from Category 1 through Category 5.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Wind Energy Field Specialist - Travel Technician - Blades, you will:
Preform composite repairs on internal and external blade surfaces, leading and trailing edge repair while following guidelines provided by Engineering with locations both up tower and down tower
Inspect and photograph internal and external blade damage, document findings, and assemble all associated paperwork as required to be posted for further action by Engineering
Execute Lightning protection measurements
Utilize blade access platforms, boom trucks, and rope access at heights of 300ft or more
Help in all areas of site preparation (i.e. coordination of labor and materials) with minimal supervision
Document all work performed using computer based service reporting procedures
Communicate site status to engineering, customers, and management
Provide maintenance support and preform large component replacement of wind turbine generators
Provide wind turbine generator LOTO (Lock Out & Tag Out) support
Service Technician Education
Some composite repair experience (OR Graduate of a Wind Tech and/or Composite program)
Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally, as required
Ability and willingness to work and climb heights of 300ft or more
Ability and willingness to possess and maintain a valid driver's license
Ability to read and understand schematic drawings
Ability and willingness to take initiative and work without direct supervision
Composite repair experience
Blade access platforms experience
Rope access trained
Lightning protection system inspections knowledge
Understand technology of wind blade construction and repair
Ability to read and understand electrical schematics
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