CWP Renewables is recruiting for roles based in Dubbo and Wellington.
Written by CWP Renewables |
For those unsure about making the move into renewable energy, CWP Renewables Health and Safety Manager Scott Batey said for him making the transition from mining was smooth as much of his skills and experience was transferrable.
“I’ve transitioned from mining to renewables and have gone from a workplace below the surface to one that’s often at heights but the basics remain the same – everyone has the right to a safe working environment,” Mr Batey said.
"It’s been an exciting change as the industry is growing rapidly, and there’s also the sense that you’re contributing to the greater good, I’d encourage anyone that is considering a move into the renewables space to reach out, as I believe that everyone can contribute their skillset to an evolving industry."
Following on from Uungula Wind Farm, CWP Renewables is also developing Spicers Creek Wind Farm, north-east of Wellington. An environmental impact statement is being prepared for the proposed 700 MW project, which is expected to support up to 435 jobs during construction. At its peak, the Central-West Orana REZ will support around 3,900 construction jobs in the region.