Offshore Wind

Monitor and manage data from meteorological towers to prepare reports and presentations to internal and external stakeholders. Assess site suitability and perform micro-siting for development stage projects to optimize wind farm design. Assist in developing the turbine layout for wind farms based on available meteorological data using advanced mapping software. Analyze performance of operating projects, including evaluation of turbine performance in order to minimize energy losses. Provide analytical support and model capabilities to both finance and development from project conception through project operations. Mentor less-experienced team members.

Position Requirements


Technical, commercial, and political aspects driving the wind industry, Meteorology, atmospheric science, wind energy forecasting, wind farm design, analyses, modeling


Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Meteorology, Atmospheric Science or a related science.


Five to eight years' of related meteorological experience.

Career Path

Position Reports To

Director, Meteorology

Career path moves from this role

Director, Meteorology

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