The Field Composite Repair Technician requires extensive travel throughout the United States and is responsible for the inspection and repair of wind turbine blades. This position must have a high regard for safety and quality. Essential Responsibilities:
Performance: Perform composite blade repairs according the specified instructions. Prepare applicable service documentation and service reports including details of repairs. Perform blade inspections as directed. Ensure all work hours and expenses have been coded correctly in tracking systems. Maintain complete and accurate data and records as required by LM Wind Power. Prepare and plan travel and accommodations while working remotely. Ensure tools and equipment are in working order. Any other function as determined by the company from time to time.
Safety: Help maintain a work environment that is free of safety hazards . Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition . Ensure customer site rules, company regulations, policies and procedures are being followed at all times. Ensure compliance to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Notify supervisor immediately of any workplace hazards, near misses or injuries, no matter how slight. Perform inspection of safety equipment per company standards. Immediately stop the process upon any safety concern.
Communication: Communicate with customers in a professional manner. Communicate internally with support staff appropriately. Provide customer and internal leadership team updates on any safety, quality or delivery concerns. Always make a professional appearance on site. Maintain a positive and respectful attitude while working alone or with a team. Qualifications/Requirements: Candidates with prior field composite repair experience will be given preference. High school diploma required. This position requires extensive travel. Must be able to travel for extended periods of time (Typical travel is 6-8 weeks on the road followed by 1 week of rest). Must have (or able to obtain) a valid drivers license. Must be able to work in confined spaces. Must be able to work at heights (above 300ft). Must be able to work outdoors in variable weather conditions. Desired Characteristics: Previous experience in the wind turbine industry or composite repair. Certification or Technical Degree in wind turbine maintenance or similar field.
Associated topics: breakdown, calibrate, equipment, field service, maintenance, maintenance mechanic, mechanical, service technician, troubleshoot, upgrade