Student Assistant wanted

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Monday, January 2, 2023
Part time
Standards and projects

Global Wind Organisation strives 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 150,000 GWO certified technicians working within the wind industry. They have become certified by receiving training from one of the now +500 GWO training providers throughout the world.

How will you contribute?

You will support the GWO Secretariat, by working closely with the Project Development team. Your main tasks will be assisting the Project Managers in the development of training standards which include workshop input and facilitation, engaging in discussions about training and learning, preparing presentations and taking notes, reviewing process descriptions and documents.

Additional responsibilities may include:
  • Provide onboarding support to users of our global database – WINDA
  • Maintain and update our CRM system
  • Stakeholder service support across all channels (mostly email, phone, ticket system) to our various stakeholders
  • Ad hoc assistance to your colleagues in everything from meetings and travel planning
As our new colleague you are:

An overall pleasant person, well grounded in healthy values and good interpersonal skills. You know the importance of communicating constructively, and even when you do not know the answer to a question, you do take the time to assist the person seeking an answer.

What we expect:

You are academically ambitious and study a relevant degree

  • education science, learning, didactics or psychology.

You are self-disciplined, organised, and able to keep track of multiple tasks. You plan to work for GWO for at least 18 months, are fluent in English both written and verbal and you know your way around the MS Office Suite - especially Templates, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PPT, Sharepoint.

Other languages are an advantage, but not a requirement.

If the above sounds interesting, you should join us

We offer 15 hours of work per week with a starting salary at 140 kr./hour plus holiday allowance. We expect you to work on agreed, fixed days but with flexibility to match your classroom days and exam periods.

Email your application including a covering letter and CV, stating which role you would like to be considered for in the subject line as follows:

"Application - Student Assistant Position (Project Development)"

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