GWO strive for an injury free work environment in the wind industry, setting common international standards for safety training and emergency procedures together with its members.
As of today, there are more than 148.000 GWO certified technicians working within the wind industry. They have become certified by receiving training from one of the now +400 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 solutions?
You will play a key role in the GWO Secretariat, contributing with your professional competence and belief in high achievement. You will work as a project manager to develop and review training standards, responsible for scoping, development, design and implementation of assigned projects, ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget.
Tasks will include:
As our new colleague you are
A well grounded individual with healthy values and excellent 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:
If the above sounds interesting, you should join us
Seize the exciting opportunity to be part of an expanding industry where one can grow, enjoy and contribute.
GWO offers the following as a workplace:
Forward your application as soon as possible
We are processing the applications as they reach us, you are therefore encouraged to apply today rather than tomorrow – please send your application and CV to by using the “apply” button. In case you have questions regarding the position, please reach out to Julie Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org. All queries are of course handled with discretion.
GWO encourages applicants of all genders and backgrounds.
Applicants must possess the legal right to work in Europe at the time of application.
GWO main office is in Copenhagen. The role is expected to spend either some or all time there – an alternative placement can be Herning.
This position is closed for applications
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