There are lots of opportunities out there for all levels of personnel. Seajacks take on office juniors and trainees through to people who have studied at university and have years of experience. If you have the determination and drive and want to be in the industry I'd advise researching offshore wind companies and sending in a CV with covering letter even if they are not advertising as it shows initiative.
Hi! I'm Natalie and I'm a Training Coordinator at Seajacks Crewing Services. I used to manage a business centre where Seajacks were based and I was interested in their work. I thought it would be a good opportunity to learn a lot about the offshore wind industry and was keen to be involved. Luckily a position became available and Seajacks gave me the training and development I needed to progress in the industry.
I am responsible for ensuring all offshore wind farm personnel have the required training to carry out their roles on board. On a day-to-day basis this means I run reports and arrange full or refresher training courses for colleagues. Seajacks works in oil and gas as well as offshore wind so this brings a lot of variety to the types of training needed for all the staff.
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