Use your administrative background to support Global Wind Organisation(GWO) in creating training standards for a safer and more productive workforce
Are you ready to take the next step in your professional life and contribute your structural flair, planning and organizational skills, to a non-profit organisation founded by leading wind turbine manufacturers and operators? Do you excel when working in a fast-paced multicultural environment where two days are not alike – then you should keep on reading.
GWO strive for an injury free work environment in the wind turbine industry, setting common international standards for safety training and emergency procedures together with its members
As of today, there are 112.000 GWO certified technicians working within the wind industry. They have become certified by receiving training from one of the now +420 GWO certified training providers throughout the world. Providing training standards that can stand the test of time in that scale, can only be done while focusing on key areas such as safety, productivity, local sourcing, and supply chain alignment.
How will you contribute to the development of safety training standards?
You will play a key role in the GWO Secretariat, contributing with your responsible nature and pride in executing administrative tasks with a high level of precision. You have an excellent command of English, written and spoken. If you speak Danish and other languages, that is an asset.
The Coordinator function is placed in the Operations and Compliance part of the Global Wind Organisation.
The Coordinator shall at all times plan and carry out primary and secondary responsibilities in such a way as to ensure the health and safety of anyone involved, as well as ensure own conduct as well as that of members and stakeholders involved in GWO activities live up to the spirit and letter of our own governance well as relevant competition compliance and data protection legislation.
The coordinator will have primary, partial or supporting responsibilities in all areas of the GWO strategy and action plan and will be responsible for working towards achieving specific objectives herein.
The primary responsibilities of the coordinator are:
o Invoicing and collection
o Training planning and handling (AQT)
o General case handling
o Zendesk case handling
o Onboarding and alignment of training providers
o Onboarding and alignment of CBs/auditors
o Data intelligence
o User support
o Audit report reviews
o Incident and complaints case handling
Partial responsibilities include:
The coordinator may from time to time be tasked to perform supporting roles in all other areas of GWO work e.g., taking minutes etc. and may be assigned new responsibilities, as necessary.
The coordinator is expected to attend as a minimum GWO First Aid training and maintain a current knowledge of all other GWO standards.
The coordinator reports to the Head of Operations and Compliance.
This position is closed for applications
The Safety & Training Forum 2023 was GWO’s first event in the United States.151 Training Providers, Certification Bodies, Auditors, vendors, and Industry associations gathered to discuss safety training in the industry. The Forum aimed to increase engagement with North America’s Network and bring the different stakeholders to the table in a conversation about the roles standards play in the workforce challenge.
The MOU, signed at the Global Offshore Wind Summit, emphasizes GWO's role in developing entry-level skills. This collaboration aims to reshape workforce development, addressing Japan's labor challenges and carbon neutrality goals. A pivotal move for the growth of Japan's wind industry, especially in offshore projects.