Work at WestWind Energy

WestWind Energy is a great place to work. We are a values led business, the communities where we are working trust us to do what we say we’ll do and that carries through to our people too. We value our people and we encourage professional development, continued growth and high performance. We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and fairness.

Our team has a passion for renewable energy and works hard towards supporting the global energy transition. By promoting creativity and innovation, and investing in our people, we aim to provide a positive environment which will contribute to the success of our team.

We are always interested in hearing from likeminded people, with relevant education and experience. If you like the sound of working with WestWind Energy, be proactive and get in touch with some information about why you think you’d be a great fit for our team. You don’t need to wait for a role to be advertised. Contact us via email at careers@w-wind.com.au today!

Work at Golden Plains Wind Farm

The Golden Plains Wind Farm is generating employment opportunities both directly related to the construction and operation of the wind farm and indirectly through increased demand for goods and services. The direct employment opportunities throughout construction will cover a wide range of industries, from civil and electrical contracting, earthworks, temporary construction facilities, safety and fencing, right through to accommodation, cleaning and catering. To register your interest in employment on Golden Plains Wind Farm, please email golden.plains.recruitment@vestas.com.

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Senior Project Developer

Join our team as a Senior Project Developer, where you’ll spearhead a dynamic development team in the wind energy sector. In this pivotal role, reporting directly to the Chief Development Officer, you will oversee all facets of wind project development, from site identification and land acquisition to grid connection and environmental studies. Your responsibilities will span planning, permitting, and addressing land-related matters, ultimately guiding projects from inception to construction hand-over, and leading a small team of passionate project developers.

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Health and Safety Manager

We’re looking for someone with a real passion for and experience in renewable energy infrastructure (ideally, gigawatt-scale wind energy), a keen eye for making a positive impact on the health and safety industry, and a knack for working in a high-performing team. If you have qualifications in OH&S, Construction, Business, or a related field, and experience in large-scale projects, you’re the kind of person we’re after. Our workplace is fast-paced and performance-driven, offering you the chance to work independently, collaborate with your colleagues, and advance your career.

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Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Are you the creative wizard who can draft captivating e-newsletters, design eye-catching collateral, and plan social media campaigns that trend like wildfire? Do you thrive in a dynamic environment, managing competing priorities with a smile? If you’re ready to bring your A-game to events, engage with stakeholders like a pro, and champion sustainability, we want YOU!

One of our existing marketing superstars is taking a short parental leave break, creating this opportunity for you to join the team for an initial 6 month, full time contract.

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Community Liaison and Land Tenure Officer

We’re looking for a part -time (Approx 0.6) Community Liaison and Land Tenure Officer with a proven ability to build rapport and long-term relationships with local communities to join our team on a permanent basis. This role will suit someone living near Roma, who is able to work from home, as it will focus on community engagement to support development of a project in the Maranoa region. The role will be largely based from home, with travel to the local area for community and project meetings and events, as required. As the projects heads toward construction attendance on site may be required to support.