Advanced Manufacturing Technician

Production Technician, Manufacturing Maintenance Technician

Offshore Wind

Use mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, electronic, pneumatic or CNC technologies to set up, test, adjust and perform maintenance on Offshore Wind manufacturing equipment. With appropriate training and experience, these technicians may also repair or operate, or develop programming for electronic or computer-controlled mechanical systems. Observe and track quality and productivity of manufacturing processes and equipment. Work with mechanical engineers to analyze processes and equipment and develop solutions and improvements. Inspect finished products for quality and adherence to specifications.

Position Requirements


Mechanical, electronic, electrical, hydraulic maintenance and repair, machine adjusting, equipment troubleshooting, various machinery, hand tools, CNC / electronic equipment. Equipment maintenance and repair


Minimum technical training post-secondary; HS diploma. Associate's degree preferred


1-3 years' technician experience

Credentialing Required/Optional

Designation as a Power System Electrician or advanced certificate course in power systems, protective relaying theory, and computerized relaying theory.

Career Path

Position Reports To

Production Supervisor, Maintenance Supervisor

Career path moves from this role

Mechanical Engineer (with education), Maintenance Supervisor

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