Vestas Power Solutions/Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Control & Auxiliary Power Vestas Power Solutions are the cornerstone of Vestas. Through innovation, development and continuous product improvement we develop the products and technologies that reduce the cost of energy and bring the highest possible value to our customers and to Vestas. To put it short: Vestas Power Solutions develops the wind power systems of the future.In the Control & Auxiliary department, we are responsible for safety- and control systems on all Vestas turbines. We are also responsible for delivering auxiliary power to the entire turbine.
Design and develop the technical solution within scope of the project
Responsible for updating of existing auxiliary power- safety- or control systems as well as designing new solutions
Selection of the right technical design and concept as well as the critical main components
Provide feedback and challenge design solutions to interfacing systems in order to optimize product design
Responsible for the work is documented according to the Vestas Way to Market process
You have a technical background as engineer within electrical area,
or a Bachelor of Technology Management and Marine Engineering
Experienced in designing and building electrical systems
Experience and knowledge of safety and design standards for MW range power cabinets
You are aware of the impact your technical decisions will have on the product throughout its lifetime
It’s natural for you to knowledge share, lead, guide and advise your colleagues
Focus on the project scope and able to understand the impact a scope change will have on the project
Process oriented and structured in the way you work
As per the Vestas Asia Pacific news release today..
Vestas has received its first Australian order for the largest
turbine in its product line, the V150-4.2MW. The turbines, ordered by
long-term customer Tilt Renewables for the 336 MW Dundonnell Wind Farm,
feature the latest Vestas technology, proven to optimise asset
performance and lower the cost of energy. This played a crucial role in
the customer securing the project under the Victoria Renewable Energy
Located 23 km north-east of
Mortlake in the Western District of Victoria, Dundonnell Wind Farm will
feature 80 Vestas V150-4.2 MW turbines with a 114-meter hub height tower
design to maximise performance under the site’s specific wind
conditions. Towers will be partially sourced from local Victorian
The project is the largest of six
successful bids under Victoria’s 928 MW Renewable Energy Auction Scheme,
and the second winning project backed by Vestas’ customised solutions.
This role will support the Communications Manager at the Hull site with a variety of activities. In this role, you will support us to continually improve our internal communication channels, with a particular focus on offline communication such as corporate events and publications as well as digital collaboration.
An important part of this role involves planning, writing and editing compelling articles for a variety of internal communications mediums, such as employee newsletters and bulletins.
It is a varied and challenging role, and you will be responsible to be proactive and take ownership for tasks such as:
Create innovative and high impact campaigns that positively influence the intended audience and result in measurable benefits
Help develop and implement internal communications and community engagement plans that support the business goals of the Hull site. This will involve some working with creative agencies.
As communications intern, you will represent us in the local community (e.g. assisting with the planning of site tours from VIPs and media and managing requests from partners and charities).
You will be responsible for acquiring appropriate merchandise and marketing materials to support external events.
Everything you create and deliver including projects and plans will be in line with activity timelines, KPIs and budget
You are required to ensure all communications are consistent and in line with global brand values, compliance, Health and Safety and other relevant guidelines.
What do I need to qualify for this job?
You will be studying for a Communications, Media or Marketing degree working towards a 2:1 or above and ideally be in your final year
Good knowledge of MS Word and Powerpoint.
Knowledge of SharePoint, file sharing and storage of information
Ability to prioritise workload, multi-task, work under pressure and to tight deadlines
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and confidence to communicate at all levels internally and externally
Be proactive and self-motivated, with the ability to set priorities and manage to tight deadlines
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy today released its results for FY 2018 (October-September) and the fourth quarter (July-September).
In the full year, ended September 30, 2018, revenue amounted to €9,122 million, while EBIT pre-PPA, restructuring and integration costs was €693 million with an EBIT margin at 7.6%. The EBIT margin is impacted by double-digit price decline in onshore wind turbine business partially compensated by synergies and productivity and the strong performance in Service.
Net income continued to recover, reaching €70 million in FY 2018, including the impact of integration and restructuring costs (€176 million). The company increased its net cash position to €615 million at September 30.
In the fourth quarter (Q4) the company’s financial performance was strong, with revenue growth to €2,619 million (+12% YoY) driven by the recovery of onshore volume and a high level of offshore project execution, with an EBIT margin(1) at 8.2%. Net income amounted to €25 million.
The guidance for FY 2018 (revenues of €9-9.6 billion, EBIT margin(1) of 7-8%, working capital of -3%-3% and CAPEX of €500 million) was successfully achieved, laying the groundwork for profitable growth.
The Key points :
EBIT margin (1) at 7.6% with a sound balance sheet, returning to a net cash position of €615 million
Strong performance in Q4: revenue growth to €2,619 million (+12% YoY) and EBIT margin (1) at 8.2%
Peak backlog of €22.8 billion (+10% YoY), boosted by stable order intake of €11.8 billion (+9% YoY), securing future growth
Ready for the next phase of the company program L3AD2020, after achieving productivity improvements of €800 million, including €175 million in synergies
Guidance set for FY 2019: revenues of €10-11 billion, EBIT margin (1) of 7-8.5% and on track to meet FY 2020 targets based on financial framework launched at CMD