Wind Turbine Technicians careers in the Netherlands

Opportunities in wind energy

Make a difference as a Wind Turbine Technician

In the Netherlands, Siemens Gamesa contributes to making the energy transition successful by executing and maintaining onshore, nearshore, and offshore wind projects.

In the next two years 2 GW will be added to the existing 800 MW.

Wind Turbine Technician jobs at Siemens Gamesa

Would you like to know more about working as a service technician in the Dutch wind industry? Please get in touch or apply directly for one of our open positions:

Trouble Shooter: Lemmer (Fryslân)
Trouble Shooter: Lemmer (Westermeerwind)
Trouble Shooter Offshore: Groningen, Eemshaven

We also have open vacancies in other job areas. To view these, please visit our job portal and select “Netherlands”:
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More than technology

The Dutch market outlook is very promising. Perhaps more than any other country in the world, the Netherlands is about to see a huge ramp up of wind energy in the next few years, particularly offshore. In terms of wind power, the Dutch government aims to increase the offshore wind capacity by 350% by 2023. To make the transition happen, the wind industry needs a diverse range of qualified and motivated people.

Siemens Gamesa in the Netherlands is rapidly growing towards 200 employees. We are looking for technically skilled colleagues to join our motivated team. Our activities include the planning and engineering of future wind farms as well as the maintenance and troubleshooting of the existing fleet. In line with our culture of knowledge-sharing, we collaborate with various educational institutes across the country.

We are seeking people who look beyond their own work and want to contribute to this. Different personal and professional growth opportunities are available, such as expert and management career paths.

Wind power plants and turbines in the Netherlands

Our wind power plants consist of various types of turbines and are located onshore, nearshore and offshore:

  • Westermeerwind (in operation since 2016): Turnkey project with 48 direct-drive turbines located in the ‘IJsselmeer’ (capacity 144 MW). Service contract: 15 years

  • Gemini (in operation since 2017): 150 geared turbines in the Dutch North Sea (capacity 600 MW). Service contract: 15 years

  • Borssele (scheduled for 2020, construction started): 94 direct-drive turbines in the Dutch North Sea (capacity 752 MW). Service contract: 2 years

  • Fryslân (scheduled for 2021, construction started): Turnkey project with 89 turbines in the ‘IJsselmeer’ (capacity 382.7 MW). Service contract: 15 years

  • Hollandse Kust Zuid 1&2 (scheduled for 2023): 76 direct-drive turbines in the Dutch North Sea (capacity 760 MW).

By 2020 our number of onshore wind power plants will increase from 6 to 8 (55 turbines).


Dutch wind power plants by Siemens Gamesa


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