Assemble the parts that go into wind products. Use various machines and hand tools to create and assemble wind turbine components, wind blades, tower structures, instrument / electronic panels & devices, and other parts. Use schematics and blueprints to create and assemble. Conduct quality assurance of parts and assemblies. Collaborate with engineering and design in product development or changes to product design. Use various electronic, robotic, computer, or hand tools to fit components together and make alignment adjustments. Create wind blades by combining layers of fabrics, adhesives and protective coatings. Cut, trim, mold components. For assembly, connect parts with bolts & screws or by welding or soldering. Use hand tools, robots, etc. to assist in assembly. Assist in the testing of new products.
Assembling parts and components. Math skills. Use of computers. Mechanical skills and using various pieces of equipment in assembly. Using hand tools. Technical manuals, blueprints and schematics. Using soldering iron to perform certified soldering. Cutting and shaping metal into parts and components.
High school graduate or GED
At least one year of experience in the assembly of small, intricate parts and assemblies and in performing expert soldering. Two years of technical experience preferred.
GWO (Global Wind Organisation) certified. WINDA (Wind Industry Training Records Database) registered.
Position Reports To
Manufacturing Supervisor or Lead
Career path moves from this role
Machinist, Tool & Die Maker