GWO is looking to fill three key vacancies at our internationally focused secretariat
Join GWO and make a difference to the lives of people working in wind energy
Global Wind Organisation (GWO) is an international not-for-profit organisation that develops safety training standards for the global wind industry. We work to increase safety and safety competencies of wind turbine technicians. We currently have three situations vacant at internationally oriented secretariat.
Use your skills to manage the global wind industry common training records database WINDA – and contribute to the safety of wind technicians all over the world.
Are you ready to take the next step and contribute your experience from project management of key IT deliverables to a non-profitorganisation founded by leading wind turbine manufacturers and operators? Do you excel when project managing integration of information technologies into an organisation for optimal effectiveness?
Do you excel when ensuring that internal and external project stakeholders work in the same direction and can you step up to the plate when needed and present the completed work?
You will play a key role in the GWO Secretariat, incorporating your project management skills, clear understanding of roles and responsibilities and your humble yet efficient and pleasant approach to stakeholders. Furthermore, it is key that you are comfortable with managing projects where your colleagues are amongst the contributors and stakeholders.
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?
You will play a key role in the GWO Secretariat, incorporating your extensive knowledge of training, clear understanding of roles & responsibilities and your humble yet efficient and pleasantapproach to stakeholders. Furthermore, you will be part of the zero to hero process when taking a project from scoping to implementation.
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