Prior Marine & Offshore is currently looking for Mechanical Wind Turbine Technicians for one of their projects in the Flushing area. As part of a team your role will be to perform mechanical works on components of the nacelle.
- Routine maintenance activities on the nacelle: gearboxes, pumps and filters;
- Inspection of parts;
- Investigate if any parts are to be repaired or replaced;
- Set up a list of parts to be ordered in consult with the supervisor;
- Repairing of any broken parts;
- Installing new parts and making modifications.
- Experienced in working on wind turbine nacelles (preferred);
- Mechanical based and hydraulic service background;
- Experienced in repairing and testing hydraulic machinery;
- Basic Health & Safety knowledge and ability to develop further in this area;
- Demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills in English.
- Basic electrical knowledge and experience of replacing (changing out and installing new) electrical components.
Start: To be confirmed
Location: Port of Flushing (Southwest of the Netherlands)
I feel as an asset for this job.
I’ve performed in the North Sea several projects for DEME where I was the foreman and team leader of the mechanical/electrical teams under my rotation.
Please, kindly look at my details.
I am interested about the opportunity for Wind Turbine Technician with Prior Marine & Offshore and I am available immediately.
I am a hardworking, well disciplined, motivated individual. I have excellent communication skills and enjoy working with different types of people. I am flexible, adaptable, keen to learn and looking for a lasting career. I will always be willing to undertake any extra training courses required.
I hold a Distinction grade HNC in Mechanical Engineering. I completed these studies while working full time in my previous occupation as an Operational Support for HM Prison Service. I have also had secondary employment during that time working as a Banksman / Slinger for Ship to Shore, gaining experience working in the ports across the North East loading and unloading the cargo.
I have completed various wind industry courses including GWO Basic Technical Training Combined (Mechanical, Hydraulics, Electrical), GWO Working At Height, GWO Advanced Rescue Training (ART) and more. I feel that while doing these courses I have gained a good grounding with respect to the Health and Safety of the wind industry along with the fundamental skills of the certificates that are required to work on a wind turbine.
I have excellent computer literacy with a very good working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
I feel my enthusiasm, commitment, and eagerness to learn will help me quickly gain the experience required. I would like to be given the opportunity to prove myself through hard work to show that I am capable of the work required. I feel my work ethic and dedication would be an asset to Prior Marine & Offshore.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Hello my name is Matthew Burgess and i am very interested in the position of wind turbine technician.
I have previous inspection technician experience working for skyform and 3sun on wind turbines in UK and European waters, doing inspections and maintenance on avanti lifts and safety inspections throughout the tower and nacels. I am also pssr lift trained.
I have completed BTT and GWO training.
I am excited to apply for this position as i beleive I have enough background experience to be considered, also I am keen to complete the relevant training as my previous experience was entry level.
Last year i took a change of direction to work for peel ports as a port operative/slinger banksman, however working offshore on turbines is my real passion that I want to excel and advance in, so i am very pleased this position has become available.
I drive with my own transport and am willing to relocate if necessary.
I would really appreciate being considered for this positon and look forward to hearing from you.
i´m available and interested.