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Siemens Gamesa has a vision for renewable energy: we believe in the power of nature and technology. Help us to be ready to face the energy challenges of tomorrow and make a green footprint – join the team in creating a better future for us on our planet.

We focus on hiring the best people, wherever they may be in the world. We pride ourselves on the flexibility we offer to our employees and are committed to building a workforce that can grow with the company. Siemens Gamesa is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

In our culture of trust, we focus on empowerment, diversity and continuous learning. Valuing our people is what makes us one global team, with our colleagues’ safety at the heart of our organization.    

For our “Cost & Commodity” team in the Industrialization department within Offshore Technology we are looking for a dedicated Technical Commodity Lead/Electrical Engineer who will cover our Control system. You will be part of a strong team with dedicated experts within all areas of the Wind turbine. 

How to contribute to our vision

As Technical Commodity Lead/Electrical Engineer you will be the “technical owner” of the Control system for all offshore turbines in serial production. You will be technically responsible for the control system strategy including the responsibility for building a plan for how to improve cost and performance on the Control System. This includes execution of the strategy/roadmap for coming years to strengthen our position as market leader in the offshore wind business.

You will be responsible for the technical qualification of new suppliers from start to delivery of the first components or cabinets for serial production. Your daily work will consist of both individual tasks as well as cross-functional teamwork where ideas and improvements will be evaluated and implemented accordingly.

What you need to make a difference

Passion for renewable energy and a sense for the importance to lead the change.

The ideal candidate has experience as an electrical engineer with a solid knowledge within Control systems (for wind turbines) and/or other electrical components / systems. You also have a technical engineering degree, B.Sc., M.Sc. with 5+ years of professional experience.

Other preferred skills:

  • You have working experience in a technical engineering organization doing product development/product support and preferably within the wind industry.
  • You are outgoing, determined and persistent with strong communication and collaboration skills.
  • You are motivated by making things happen and at the same time shaping the strategy and direction of the future.

In case you have acquired your skills in alternative ways your application is just as well appreciated.

In return of your commitment we offer you…

Become a part of our mission for sustainability: Clean energy for generations to come. We are a global team of diverse colleagues who share a passion for renewable energy and have a culture of trust and empowerment to make our own ideas a reality. We focus on personal and professional development to grow internally within our organization. Siemens Gamesa offers a wide variety of benefits such as flexible working hours as well as home-office possibility for many colleagues, employer-funded pension, attractive remuneration package (fixed/variable) and local benefits such as subsided lunch, employee discounts and much more

Empowering our people

How do you imagine the future?

Our global team is on the front line of tackling the climate crisis, reducing carbon emissions – the greatest challenge we face.

Other information

If you have specific questions about the position, please contact the hiring manager Søren Vittarp via phone +45 30376469.

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