Vestas is made up of more than 24,500 professionals of 86 nationalities, each dedicated to drive more sustainable power for our planet. Working together, we change the energy industry and our world for the better – because wind energy is all we do.
Vestas is experiencing unprecedented growth, and we're adding new wind positions across North America. Whether you're an experienced Wind Technician, or are interested in finding out how your transferable skills in electrical, construction or the military qualify for Wind Tech positions, our team is here to help.
Colorado Idaho Iowa Kansas Minnesota Missouri Montana
Nebraska North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wyoming
In this position, you’ll use your skills and training to perform maintenance and/or installation work on assigned wind turbines under minimal supervision. You will be provided with defined schedules and procedures including safety protocol, verbal/written instructions, but you may provide mentorship to entry-level technicians.
Canada Alberta British Columbia Labrador Manitoba Newfoundland New Brunswick Nova Scotia Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan
USA Illinois Indiana Maine Massachusetts Michigan New Hampshire New York Ohio Vermont Wisconsin
In this position you’ll use your skills and experience to perform scheduled service, fault analysis/troubleshooting, and potential main component or blade work on wind turbines. During a typical day, you will work at heights and in confined spaces, while being exposed to the elements of weather. At this NEW site near Mason City, IL, you will typically have shifts 5 days a week at 8-10 hours a day and potential overtime. You also will have a rotation schedule for off-work hours (weekends). The team here normally works in teams of 2-3 and typically will climb 1-2 turbines a day. The sites in our region offer opportunity for growth!
Arizona California New Mexico
The AME Serious Incidents team's purpose is to allow VAME to provide a safe, efficient, and uniform response in cases of significant component damage, customer visibility, and safety risk. The SI team consolidates the expertise of many groups across the Vestas organization to assist in initial response and safe approach, damage assessment and material identification, safe removal of deranged material, component replacement and return to service, and root cause investigation.
Travel Technicians for North America
The resource department is part of the greater operations department supporting service sites and construction projects with technicians and field support personnel. The department is responsible to provide Vestas trained and qualified technicians as well as contractor personnel as requested by operations service and construction.