Take advantage of our industry knowledge and get some helpful tips on how to get ahead within the Wind Energy.
makes the local wind conditions special.
This, combined with the country's strong engineering expertise, has led to the development of wind turbines that are taller and have larger rotors than turbines in many other countries.
Update your Linkedin and highlight your skills and experience. If you lack physical wind experience, be sure to champion your transferable skills!
This should be personalised to the employer and not only highlight your skills, but your reasons for why you want to join them and the value you can deliver. What makes you unique?
Unfortunately employers aren't always ready to hire when we are looking to change jobs. But don't be put off. Ensure you check in regularly to cement your place in their plans!
Make sure all information is up to date and remove any information that may not be relevant.
Contact employers and recruitment specialists and attend industry events to network.
Sign up for job notifications to ensure you are able to react fast when an opportunity arises
The sector is on the hunt for new recruits, and not just technicians! Some roles that are always desirable.
Environmental Impact Assessments
Wind and Energy Analysis- GIS
Health, Safety and Quality
Service and Maintenance
Asset and Portfolio Management
Merger and Acquisitions
Risk Management, Hedging
Communications and PR
Are you or your colleagues new to the wind power industry? Do you miss reviewing the basics of wind power or do you want to deepen your knowledge?
STY organises wind power training. Keep on eye for new events and courses in the near future.
See the course list for this year to get an idea of what is offered.