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Manage wind field operations, including personnel, maintenance activities, financial activities, and planning.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 11-9199.09
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Wind Energy Operations Managers”.
Also Known As…
- Wind Energy Operations Managers
- Wind Site Manager
- Wind Plant Manager
- Wind Operations Supervisor
- Wind Operations Manager
- Wind Field Manager
- Wind Farm Operations Manager
- Site Manager
- Operations Manager
- Operations and Maintenance Manager
- Facility Manager
- Wind Field Service Manager
- Offshore Wind Operations Manager
Tasks for “Wind Field Manager”
- Prepare wind field operational budgets.
- Establish goals, objectives, or priorities for wind field operations.
- Develop processes or procedures for wind operations, including transitioning from construction to commercial operations.
- Track and maintain records for wind operations, such as site performance, downtime events, parts usage, or substation events.
- Maintain operations records, such as work orders, site inspection forms, or other documentation.
- Monitor and maintain records of daily facility operations.
- Order parts, tools, or equipment needed to maintain, restore, or improve wind field operations.
- Provide technical support to wind field customers, employees, or subcontractors.
- Estimate costs associated with operations, including repairs or preventive maintenance.
- Manage warranty repair or replacement services.
- Develop relationships and communicate with customers, site managers, developers, land owners, authorities, utility representatives, or residents.
- Review, negotiate, or approve wind farm contracts.
- Supervise employees or subcontractors to ensure quality of work or adherence to safety regulations or policies.
- Oversee the maintenance of wind field equipment or structures, such as towers, transformers, electrical collector systems, roadways, or other site assets.
- Recruit or select wind operations employees, contractors, or subcontractors.
- Train or coordinate the training of employees in operations, safety, environmental issues, or technical issues.
Related Technology & Tools
- Hard hats
- Rigging equipment
- Safety glasses
- Fall arrest systems
- Mobile radios
- Personal computers
- Photocopying equipment
- Lubricant oil sampling kits
- Desktop computers
- Vibration analyis equipment
- Multi-line telephone systems
- Infrared thermography cameras
- Programmable logic controllers PLC
- Straight screwdrivers
- Digital calipers
- Amp clamp meters
- Phillips head screwdrivers
- Tower cranes
- Voltage testers
- Laptop computers
- Manual torque wrenches
- Digital oscilloscopes
- Protective ear muffs
- Recording anemometers
- Hydraulic torque machines
- Field forklifts
- Adjustable wrenches
- Digital micrometers
- Safety line evacuation kits
- Laser facsimile machines
- Adjustable widemouth pliers
- Microsoft Outlook
- Local area network LAN software
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Word
- IBM Lotus Notes
- Oracle Enterprise Asset Management eAM
- Employee scheduling software
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Computerized maintenance management system CMMS
- Microsoft Project
- Supervisory control and data acquisition SCADA software
- Programmable logic controller PLC software
- Computerized diagnostic software
- Microsoft Office
- Autodesk AutoCAD
- WebEx WebOffice
- Wide area network WAN software
- Inventory control software
- Web browser software
- Time and payroll management software