Choosing a career in wind, wave or tidal energy means working towards a brighter, more sustainable future.
Whatever your interests, skills and goals; if you’re a graduate, or experienced and transitioning from another sector – there will be an opportunity for you. The range of roles is diverse, with enthusiastic individuals in high demand. Projects require a variety of skills, with staff employed in everything from research and development, to construction and maintenance.
Visit the Careers Fair with companies in the renewables sector and gain guidance on academic training, and progression pathways, career entry points, training and re-skilling opportunities all of which can help you get a foot on the career ladder within the renewable energy sector.
The new Career Mapping tool provides information on industry roles, job duties, and required/desired qualifications, training, experience, and soft skills required for each role. The information was compiled in consultation with the industry and will be updated regularly including the addition of new roles.
Faces of Wind Energy showcases real people contributing to the clean, safe and secure future of energy. Find out about the wide variety of jobs created and supported by the wind energy industry, and meet people from all walks of life who are passionate about what they do.
Check out our industry JobFinder for current vacancies and opportunities. We have also produced a short careers guide, and run a careers fair at our annual conference and exhibition to help with your job hunt.
The Wind Turbine Operations and Maintenance Advanced Level Apprenticeship, launched by RenewableUK in October 2010, is the UK’s first renewables-specific apprenticeship. The apprenticeship is delivered in six colleges around the UK and awarded by City and Guilds. Find about more about Wind Turbine Apprenticeships.
The websites listed below can help you find available courses and provide information about careers in the renewables sector. We recommend consulting a professional careers advisor when choosing a qualification to study.