Career change for service technicians

If you are physically fit and can work at heights without vertigo, then we have the right job for you. What requirements will you need to fulfil to be able to work as a service technician?

The prerequisite is technical vocational training in the field of mechatronics, mechanical engineering, metalworking or electrical engineering. With us, you will have the opportunity to work both on land and at sea.

As a career changer, you will complete a qualified introduction to the wind industry with practical hands-on training in the Deutsche Windtechnik group. We offer you interesting jobs with personal development potential and a salary commensurate with your responsibility.

If you feel comfortable in stormy weather, are flexible and resilient, appreciate team work and do not shy away from maintenance assignments in Germany and abroad, then we should get to know each other!

Service engineer Deutsche Windtechnik

  • I got to know Deutsche Windtechnik at the Husum Wind trade fair before I completed my training as a service technician. Their uncomplicated, personal, future-oriented attitude convinced me to join them. I still greatly appreciate the personal relationship I have with my superiors as well as the independence I enjoy in my daily work. I like the complexity of the work, especially when troubleshooting problems. I learn new things all the time through the constantly changing challenges and new experiences.

    Deutsche Windtechnik Service
    Christian Rielke | Service Technician
  • Being introduced as a new team member was made very easy for me. I was very warmly welcomed by all of my new colleagues. I also really like working in the team. From the very beginning, my team partner took time to explain everything to me in detail and is always willing to help me if I have questions.

    Deutsche Windtechnik Service
    Christoph Unger | Service Technician
  • As an industrial mechanic, I am interested in the technology and function of wind turbines. When I was doing some research, I repeatedly came across Deutsche Windtechnik. The range of activities, the independence that you have in your everyday work and the fact that you are always experiencing new things are what define working at Deutsche Windtechnik for me. I liked the pleasant, familiar relationships from the beginning and I look forward to many more years.

    Deutsche Windtechnik Service
    Sven Timm | Service Technician