GE Renewable Energy
Wind Turbine Technicians, Europe.


It’s an exciting time to be working at GE Renewable Energy - and you can play your part. We are currently hiring all across Sweden, check out our opportunities below and join us in unleashing limitless energy. 


We are digital services

 Our digital products and lifecycle solutions are driven by our customers’ operational strategy. We focus on what matters most to them—outcomes that increase revenue, reduce costs and lower risk. GE does this by applying data-driven insights, expert recommendations, and advanced field services, fully integrated in a single software platform. Our specialized upgrades, repairs, and exchange techniques ensure superior wind turbine performance, through unique detection and diagnostic capabilities

Swedish wind technician opportunities

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Halmstad (R3544706)
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Skanninge (R3544704)
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Markbygden, Piteå (R3543578) 

Our field technicians

The role is physically demanding and requires you to be agile and efficient while working under pressure. Needing to be proactive and navigate obstacles and the unexpected. You will be the person who will be relied upon to provide a solution to the problem. In return, you will work with a collaborative team, feel a sense of accomplishment in your work, while being in full control of what happens next in your work and your future at GE Renewable Energy.
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Are the central focus of all wind turbine repair training and procedures.  
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Have the technical skillsets and know-how to ensure repairs are done right.
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Know when something doesn’t look right, and how to fix it.
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