Please send your CV and motivation letter to moc.y1542052543grene1542052543b2@of1542052543ni1542052543 with the “job title” as subject.

Position description

You will create models and drawings, maintain the turbine assembly and CAD documentation and will be responsible for a number of components of the wind turbine.

The CAD Engineer is part of the CAD team which is part of the Mechanical Engineering Department.

Tasks and responsibilities

  • Create/update models and drawings for main turbine components and assemblies
  • Check drawings of team members and keep the quality level of the CAD team high and uniform level
  • Single point of contact for some wind turbine components, including supplier contacts, specifications, quaility audits, certification support, field support
  • Create images and pictures for manuals and presentations
  • Trouble shooting on the wind turbine

Education

  • Highschool: Preferably VWO (or HAVO)
  • Diploma:      BSc or MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering or in a closely related discipline

Working experience

  • CAD modelling experience with:
    • Sheet metal parts
    • Welded parts/weld symbols
    • Casted parts
    • Experience with GRP parts is beneficial
  • Liasing with suppliers
  • 3+ Years of relevant working experience
  • Preferably experience with:
    • Wind energy
    • Material knowledge: Steel, Stainless Steel, Castings, GRP
    • defining and calculating dimensional and geometrical tolerances and tolerance chains

Personal skills

  • The candidate must have good organizational and communication skills and must be able to work within an international, multi-disciplinary team
  • Strong sense of responsibility and a good understanding of daily priorities
  • Self-starter and pro-active attitude
  • Highly motivated

Software skills

  • experience in SolidWorks 2013 or higher is a must
  • Experienced in Microsoft Office 2010 or higher is a must (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Language skills

  • English: fluently, written and spoken
  • German language skills would be beneficial