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Renewable Energy Projects Construction Technician
General ElectricLos Angeles, CA
Minimum of 1 year of experience in Wind Turbine Installation OR as a Wind Turbine Technician OR Minimum of 2 years of related experience in electrical, mechanical, hydraulics, Renewable energy or similar field
Service Technician)
Sky ClimberRedondo Beach, CA
Wind Technician - #2 in US NEWS Best Maintenance and Repair Jobs
jobsearcher.com/articlesEducation Required For Wind Turbine Technician
You work with a partner high above the ground, and you know that what you do every day keeps our turbines "healthy" and delivers quality for our customers
Candidates should possess an AAS in Wind Energy, Wind Energy Certificate OR a minimum of two years field experience with Wind Turbine maintenance and repair.
TOP - Wind Service Technician - Level 1
Sky Climber Wind SolutionsLos Angeles, CA
Wind Technician - #2 in US NEWS "Best Maintenance and Repair Jobs"
Traveling Wind Turbine Technician II
VestasLos Angeles, CA
Demonstrates professional customer focus at all timesQualificationsRequired - High school diploma or equivalentPreferred - Post high school education (ie wind school, trade school, college) or a minimum two (2) year wind industry experience - electrical experience, including ability to read electrical drawingsProven use and understanding of intermediate level power tools such as hydraulic, power torque and diagnostic tools (e.g. fluke meter functions and hydraulic pressure gauge).
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Construction Field Technician I
SureSite Consulting Group LLCLos Angeles, CA
At least two years of construction, wind turbine installation, computer IT, solar installation or electrical experience.

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