Build your career at the forefront of the emerging offshore wind industry
This is a job like no other! As a wind turbine technician, you’ll be working in a unique and exhilerating environment, using the skills you’ve got and the new ones you’ll learn to service and maintain offshore wind turbine
Once you’ve completed Ørsted’s best-in-class wind turbine technician training, you’ll work in one of two shift patterns, depending which wind farm(s) you become part of supporting.
For our wind farms serviceable by day trips on a crew transfer vessel (CTV), you’ll work on a seven-days-on/seven-days-off shift pattern.
For other wind farms, you’ll be based on a service and operations vessel (SOV), a state-of-the-art liveaboard ship with private quarters, a gym, etc. Here you’ll work a 14-day shift, followed by 14 days’ off shift.
Offshore wind is a new and fast-growing industry in the U.S. You’ll be among the nation’s first offshore wind turbine technicians, meaning you’ll train on the job and grow with Ørsted, the world’s first and largest offshore wind developer, helping to create a world that runs entirely on green energy.
Ørsted’s ever-growing wind farm locations include:
- Rhode Island
- New York
- New Jersey