I'm partnering with an exciting Wind Energy company in Belgium who is experiencing significant growth in its operations throughout Europe. This business is active both onshore and offshore and has agreements in place for a floating wind farm in the near future.
To support their pipeline of projects my client is seeking a Field Operations Engineer to join their team in either Ostend or Liege.
This role is a blend of office and fieldwork where you will collaborate with the team to ensure the efficient functioning of their wind turbines. Responsibilities include data analysis for issue identification, performing periodic inspections, troubleshooting, managing operational challenges, and more.
Fluency in both Belgian and Dutch is required for this role, so please only apply if you meet this criterion.
My client's vision includes achieving a 100MW onshore development portfolio and doubling their installation capacity by 2030. They are seeking experienced individuals who are motivated to contribute to their successes and help create a more sustainable future.
If you believe you are well-suited to this position, click 'apply' to submit your application.
Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.Harry Ince
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