Lift & Statutory Inspections (wind Turbines) Job In Limerick, Rise Technical Recruitment

Ireland, Limerick, Limerick
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277957930
40526 €
Lift & Statutory Inspections (wind Turbines) Job In Limerick, Rise Technical Recruitment
Ireland, Limerick, Limerick,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Lift & statutory inspections (wind turbines)
Min. Salary: 38448

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Lift & Statutory Inspections (Wind Turbines)

€37,000 - €39,000+ 33 days' holiday +Bonus + Training + Vehicle + Phone + Laptop

Field Based Role - Oola
Locations: County Limerick, County Cork, County Kerry

An Excellent opportunity on offer to join a Global OEM as a Lift & Statutory Inspections Engineer working on Wind Turbines.

Are you a Mechanical or Electrical Engineer? Do you have Statutory Inspections experience? Are you familiar with a range of lifts and hoists within a wind turbine and statutory HSE equipment? Are you looking for a mainly local position with some staying away Mon- Fri?

This role is Field based and while there will be the requirement to work away Mon - Fri this company will ideally get you home as much as possible and working locally where possible. You will receive OEM training furthering your technical development. You will work as part of a dedicated team Servicing the lifts that run the main stack of a wind turbine (Hailo, Zarges) and carry out a range of 6 month and annual Statutory inspections.

This is a position that requires you to be flexible and potentially stay away frequently, full expenses paid (B&B), at sites across Ireland while you carry out a range of servicing and inspections work.

This is a well-established OEM wind turbine company are currently expanding and due to continued growth. This company are now taking all areas of maintenance in house, this is a role in an established team where you will have continued technical development opportunities in the future.

This role would suit a lift maintenance engineer familiar with wind turbines and Statutory inspections looking for a highly varied role, working in various locations, to have on the job and specific OEM technical development opportunities with the leading onshore wind turbine company.

The Role:
· Service & Maintenance of Wind Turbine Lifts and Statutory Inspections
· Home based role Covering Ireland, frequent stay away required
· OEM and On the job Training

The Person:
· Lift Engineer or turbine engineer familiar with Statutory inspections
· Mechanical or Electrical Engineer Background
· Happy to stay away Mon - Fri
· Looking to join the Leading Wind Turbine Company in the UK & Ireland

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The salary advertised is the bracket available for this position. The actual salary paid will be dependent on your level of experience, qualifications and skill set. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates

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