Wind Turbine Integrity Engineer
Level 6 Apprentice

Alcester, Warwickshire, UK

Full Time - Degree Level 6 Apprentice

Do you want to make a difference to the global energy transition?

At EchoBolt we’re looking for highly motivated engineering candidates to join a diverse, rapidly expanding start-up company who share our vision that technology solutions sit at the heart of the race to global decarbonisation.

Our Wind Turbine Integrity Engineering Apprentices will design, build and deploy advanced inspection technologies in the offshore wind sector.

If you are interested in a rewarding career in a sector with the potential to reshape the world we want to hear from you.

About the Role

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The core role will involve the development and delivery of new technologies for the wind industry as part of wider engineering teams. This will include:

  • Precision measurement of wind turbine structures in the field

  • Life extension assessment of wind turbines

  • Calibration of test equipment

  • 3d modelling and CAD drawing

  • Data analysis

  • Root cause analysis of structural failures

  • Inspecting and preparing site service equipment

  • Client reporting

  • Planning travel and work logistics

Other aspects of the role will include:

  • Participating in business development activities

  • Supporting social media campaigns and website content

  • Supporting the management of collaborative R&D projects

Job Description

Key Skills

  • Candidates should have a strong mathematical, science or analytical background.

  • An interest in practical mechanical and/or electronic systems.

  • Competence with Microsoft Excel and data analysis.

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office.

  • Familiarity with CAD software (optional)

The offshore wind industry is perfect for adventurous people with a love of the outdoor environment.

Working in small remote teams requires individuals who are self-motivated, resourceful and take personal responsibility.

We are looking for someone who enjoys the challenge of trying to find solutions to problems and pushes themselves to look for new ways of doing things.

Applicants should enjoy challenging stereotypes and want to work as part of a modern diverse team.

Skills and Experience

Is this right for me?

The nature of delivering engineering services to the wind industry will require periods of working away from home and international travel.

Comfort working at height, offshore transit by vessel or helicopter and operating in an industrial environment are all requirements’ candidates should consider before applying.

Working remotely and time spent working independently at home will be required.

Salary and Working Arrangements

Annual Salary -
Year 1 £14,625
Year 2 £16,575
Years 3 to 5 £18,525

Typical Working Week: Monday to Friday 08:00 – 16:00
Flexible working arrangements can be implemented to suit individual candidates needs.

Paid hours per week: 37.5