Offshore wind engineering: Siemens Gamesa offers job opportunities

Wind engineers in Denmark

A world of opportunities

Make a difference with a career in wind power
The demand is growing for cleaner, more cost-efficient energy. Siemens Gamesa is at the forefront of delivering it. Wind power engineers are contributing to wind turbine development that will help create a better tomorrow. Be part of the adventure in our Danish “Silicon Valley” for wind power.
Find a job at Siemens Gamesa

You have questions about working as an engineer in the Danish wind industry? You are looking for open positions and want to apply for a job? Visit our job portal:

Siemens Gamesa vacancies in Denmark
How is it to work as an engineer at Siemens Gamesa?

Take a look behind the scenes and accompany some of our engineers at Siemens Gamesa in Denmark. Learn about our culture, opportunities and technical competences along the life cycle of a wind turbine. That’s the job profiles we introduce:

  • Mechanical and structural engineering
  • Electrical engineering and Loads&Control
  • Blades, testing, validation and SCM
  • Procurement and project execution
  • Service, maritime and diagnostics
A joint success story: Siemens Gamesa and wind energy in Denmark
Siemens Gamesa has a long history in Denmark. From the 1970s the country has been a pioneer of wind power and it was a logical choice to base our offshore wind research and development headquarters here. In addition, several onshore wind energy and service and maintenance activities are located in Denmark.
The modern production line for wind turbine nacelles in Brande, Denmark
Denmark is the home to our technology centers

We employ over 5,000 people in three locations: Brande, Vejle and Aalborg. Here you will find Research and Development, Project Execution and Supply Chain departments, as well as factories producing nacelles and offshore blades. The smartest minds from different disciplines are all working together to create solutions for the wind turbines of tomorrow. 

A guide to getting started in Brande
A guide to getting started in Herning
A guide to getting started in Vejle
A guide to getting started in Aalborg

Living and working in Denmark

We have helped to relocate many engineers and their families and have more than 70 nationalities represented in our Danish wind power hub: with Brande and its nacelle production as our "Silicon Valley" of wind power in Denmark; with Vejle as a location for offshore sales and projects; with Aalborg where we manufacture wind turbine blades and the world’s largest blade test facility. In addition to our support, you will find plenty of information and advice online to help you get settled.

Denmark at a glance
Support with paperwork
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Denmark is a pioneer in wind power since the 1970’s
Joining one of the leading renewable energy companies
Wind power is a dynamic, fast-growing industry
Siemens Gamesa installed its first wind turbines in Denmark in the 1980s. We now manage the largest onshore and offshore wind projects in operation today. Our position as world leader in the field has been maintained through constant development and innovation. We must continue to deliver reliable, cost-efficient technologies, for a world that needs climate friendly, clean power generation.
An engineering career that benefits you and the world
We care about the climate. We want to leave the world in good shape for our children. Wind turbines can help us to do so. If we can reduce the cost of renewable energies, we can change the conversation and ask “How can we afford not to do it?” for the benefit of our planet and its people. Engineers are at the heart of our business. They design solutions, provide technical sales support, manage projects and give advice on installation, operation and maintenance. With so many functions and products available, a career in the industry is an opportunity to make a difference and take on many new challenges.
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