Inspector / Quality Control

Wind Onshore

Responsible for verifying that Wind Onshore components of tower, nacelle and blades, are manufactured according to specifications, move correctly and are properly lubricated. (Some inspectors may focus on the nacelle, others on the blades, etc.) Perform type of inspection required for part or component – quick visual or longer, detailed one. Record results of examinations and submit quality control reports. Ensure that design specifications are followed precisely, to maintain the quality of the manufacturing process.

Position Requirements


Quality control and inspection practices, material science, reading design schematics and specifications, testing procedures and tools, writing quality control reports


Minimum associate's degree in quality control, material science, or related field. Bachelor's degree preferred.


2+ years' inspection and quality control of manufactured wind energy components and structures. Inspection and quality control of Wind Onshore components preferred

Credentialing Required/Optional

GWO (Global Wind Organisation) certified. WINDA (Wind Industry Training Records Database) registered.

Career Path

Position Reports To

Quality Control Manager

Career path moves from this role

Quality Control Manager, Mechanical or Electrical Engineer (with education)

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