FairWind is a leading provider of one-stop solutions for the installation and service of onshore and offshore wind turbines throughout the world.
If you join us you will be part of shaping the future of our Electrical department. We are looking for an electrical responsible person for low, medium, and high voltage projects globally.
Your main responsibilities will include:
✓ Handling the electrical compliance in EU, regarding national law and
✓ Hold the electrical authorization for the Nordic countries;
✓ Handling internal nomination procedure
of Electrically Skilled Person
✓ Participate in Project execution with focus on electrical safety, qualifications of technicians and clients electrical requirements;
Your place in the organization includes:
✓ Reporting directly to the Head of Electrical & High Voltage;
✓ Be part of a matrix organization where decisions are made fast;
✓ Be part of FairWinds electrical back office with high focus on complying with electrical regulations in different countries
✓ Help ensure we follow our clients’ electrical requirements and follow their electrical training requirements for technicians
✓ Be involved in Projects globally from tender phase to execution
Our expectations of you:
✓ Authorization to carry out electrical works in the Nordic countries –
✓ Documented experience in Project Management within the renewable industry would be a benefit;
✓ Experience with low, medium and High Voltage equipment and installation;
✓ Able to deal with challenges in a growing industry;
✓ Fluent in English, both written and verbally;
✓ Experience in cross-functional organization;
✓ Communication and interpersonal skills;
✓ Microsoft Office skills are required;
What we offer:
✓ Stable employment;
✓ Agile company structure and short decision-making path;
✓ A challenging job in a fast-growing company;
✓ Work in a company with an established position with market leading OEM’s, stable pipeline;
✓ An inspiring multi-cultural environment;
✓ Benefits for employees, package depending on location.
FairWind headquarter: Vejle, Denmark
(expect 60 travel days yearly).