Atlas Professionals secures local recruitment contract for Greater Changhua OWF


Atlas Professionals has signed an exclusive contract with the global offshore wind company, Ørsted, to provide 14 local wind farm operations & maintenance professionals for Greater Changhua.

The key recruiting activities will take place in the first two quarters of 2021, beginning in the next few months with the first two professionals. The chosen local professionals are being trained and prepared to be ready for action for the first quarter of 2022, to be part of the maintenance team at Ørsted.

To attend national and international technical training courses, the practitioners must have fluent English skills and strong communication skills. Candidates should have technical experience in such fields as motors and machinery, strong physical health and ability to work at sea and high altitude.

“It is a real challenge finding qualified and experienced professionals in Taiwan. However, we are impressed by the interest in joining the offshore wind industry so far. Working in close collaboration with our clients, local education institutions and local government, we are eager to help preparing the workforce for offshore wind industry in Taiwan.”

Martine Rondeel, director renewables at Atlas Professionals.

This contract signifies the determination of both companies to substantially invest in the Taiwan market, transferring world-leading O&M expertise. After complete preparation, covered by Atlas and Ørsted, the technicians will engage in the Greater Changhua wind farm ‘s Operations & Maintenance, which will be located 35 to 60 kilometers off the coastline of Changhua.

“Our local knowledge and offices, combined with our global track record, ensure we can turn complex personnel challenges into transparent and secure solutions. This contract marks an important step in expanding our presence in Taiwan’s offshore wind industry, nurturing local talent and further support the energy transition around the world.”

Martine Rondeel, director renewables at Atlas Professionals.
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