The position is open also for candidates working remotely (not based in Denmark)
Use your skills 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 and contribute your experience from project management of training development to a non-profit organisation founded by leading wind turbine manufacturers and operators? Do you excel when ensuring that a diverse group of experts work in the same direction and can you step up to the plate when needed and present the completed work?
How will you contribute to the development of safety training standards? You will play a key role in the GWO Secretariat, incorporating your extensive knowledge of training, clear understanding of roles and responsibilities and your humble yet efficient and pleasant approach to stakeholders. Furthermore, you will be part of the zero to hero process when taking a project from scoping to implementation.
You will manage both internal projects and projects that include working groups that consist of GWO member representatives. Additional responsibilities are:
Seize the exciting opportunity to be part of an expanding industry where one can grow with the industry
We are processing the applications as they reach us, you are therefore encouraged to apply today rather than tomorrow – please forward your application and CV to email@example.com. In case you have questions regarding the position, please reach out to Jakob Bjørn Nielsen on +45 25291903. All queries are of course handled with discretion. GWO encourages applicants of all genders and backgrounds GWO main office is in Copenhagen and there is a satellite office in Herning as well. However the role can be situated in any location pending alignment with the candidate. Up to 30% travel is to be expected post Covid-19.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Despite COVID 19, GWO Training is available worldwide, safely in person and digitally via online refresher courses
GWO aligns its fees with the Human Development Index published every year by United Nations
Apply now to become a Demonstration Partner or Zone Partner in the Safety, Skills & Training Zone
The programme will have particular relevance to workers in developing offshore wind areas, where transition from oil and gas is a key policy priority for governments.