Apprenticeship leads to life-changing career opportunity in renewables

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Michael Leach from Pontypridd has benefitted from a life-changing career opportunity in an industry he truly believes in, thanks to the Welsh Government’s apprenticeship programme.

Michael, 31, is one of the first people to complete the new Level 3 Apprenticeship in Wind Turbine Operations and Maintenance in Wales. This has meant overcoming significant challenges including returning to the classroom after many years and travelling long distances from home.

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We are recruiting once more! Deadline 3rd April.

Jobs

We recently went through a recruitment process to appoint the Operations and Maintenance Team who will look after the turbines when they are fully operational. This process is almost complete and we are now accepting applications for the support staff required to ensure the wind farm hub functions as it should.

If you have the necessary skills, qualifications and experience to become a member of the team, who will provide support to the largest onshore wind farm in England and Wales, we want to hear from you!

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We are recruiting our Operations and Maintenance Team

Swinford Wind Farm

Due to the large scale of Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project, the site will have its own Operations and Maintenance Team to take care of the wind turbines. The team will be based in the newly constructed Operations and Maintenance building at the top of the Rhigos Mountain.

If you have the necessary skills, qualifications, experience and physical fitness to become a member of the team, who will look after the largest onshore wind farm in England and Wales, we want to hear from you!

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