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About The Site
The Miami Energy Center is a 288.6 MW wind power generation facility located in Miami, TX utilizing GE 1.85 MW WTG turbine technology.
As a Wind Technician you will be responsible for operating and maintaining the Miami Energy Center.
Perform routine mechanical and electrical maintenance on GE wind turbine and associated equipment
Climb wind turbine towers daily, wearing all required safety equipment, to inspect, maintain, or repair equipment.
Understand electrical and mechanical functions of all components of a wind turbine generator and associated equipment
Troubleshoot mechanical and electrical faults; repair and/or replace components
Maintain company tooling, facilities and equipment and a clean safe work environment
Work a 40 hour work week and be subject to scheduled and unscheduled overtime. The work schedule will vary during the peak maintenance periods
One (1) year technical experience (mechanical, electrical, etc.) and/or technical education.
Must be able to work outdoors in inclement weather, climb ladders without assistance, and work at heights greater than 80 meters (250 feet).
Ability to move and manipulate up to 45 kg (100 pounds).
As outlined in the job posting, there is a weight limitation of 265 lbs. per equipment specifications. Therefore, you will be weighed before the climb test. If your weight exceeds 265 lbs., you will not be able to complete the climb test.
Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
Individuals receiving conditional offers of employment will be subject to drug testing and must receive a negative result to begin working for the company.