Job Description Summary

As a Field Service Technician, you will work on Wind Farm life extensions, repairs, and inspection related service activities and able to be performed at customer site. Also, will work together with people from the business unit.

Roles and Responsibilities

Troubleshoot Wind turbine Electrical, Mechanical, Hydraulics problems, variable pitch / variable speed wind turbines
Provide customers with high quality, value added service solutions including Operations /SCADA, maintenance, troubleshooting and service of wind energy products
Proactively plan and effectively execute all preventive/predictive maintenance activities required for wind turbines.
Help in all areas of Services Site Operations (EHS, Coordination of labor and Materials) with minimal supervision
Document all work performed using computer-based service reporting procedures
Communicate site status to engineers, customers, and management
All resources and logistics required to perform services and maintenance activities on customers site/property
The Field Technician will work on a team or individually, to assist on major component replacement, troubleshoot mechanical and/or electrical repairs, direct and coordinate crews
Environmental, Health and Safety mindset and compliance with no fear to work at heights for O&M activities


Diploma Engineering or ITI– Electrical, Electronics or Power Electronics or Mechanical or Instrumentation Engineering.
With 2-5 years of work experience in Power plant industry with Min 2 years Wind turbine field service or project experience
Demonstrate consistently high levels of performance in all areas of responsibility.
Work efficiently without direct supervision.
Customer Service mindset.
Ability / Willingness to travel domestic and International
Good team Player and boundary less approach
Ready to serve, as requested by Site Lead / Field Engineer
Good computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoints


Location: Pune
Company: General Electric

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