Wind Composite Blade Repair Technician II

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Sky Climber Renewables is an industry leading independent service provider specializing in commercial and utility-scale wind, solar and energy storage solutions. We serve North America’s leading OEMs and asset owners, offering unparalleled opportunities for skilled field technicians and service professionals to grow and excel in their careers. Discover more about us at




As a Wind Composite Repair Technician II, you will:


  • Conduct detailed evaluations, inspections, and diagnoses of internal and external composite damages on wind turbines, documenting and photographing as necessary.
  • Perform material and coatings repairs on various composite structures (CAT 1-4), including turbine blades, nacelles and spinners.
  • Execute professional caliber sanding, cutting, grinding, cleaning and lay-up of fiberglass, carbon fiber, coatings, and resin materials.
  • Collaborate with site leadership to meet daily contractual obligations and customer needs, particularly in composite repairs.
  • Execute Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) procedures to ensure safe work environments.
  • Interpret engineering drawings and adhere to lamination schedules.
  • Propose process improvements to enhance safety and productivity.
  • Work closely with the engineering support team to ensure quality and completion of all repairs.
  • Maintain comprehensive documentation and records, using advanced computer-based reporting tools.
  • Behavior demonstrating professionalism, integrity, and respect for policies, fellow employees, customers, and communities.
  • Other duties, responsibilities, and activities as assigned.




  • Minimum 12 months of experience in wind composite materials and coatings repairs.
  • Demonstrated technical and team leadership capabilities.
  • Strong communication skills with attention to detail.
  • Experience in supervised composite blade damage assessment and various repair techniques.
  • Knowledgeable in adhesive bonding for both internal and external components.
  • Ability to perform complex tasks such as WTG assembly, repair, and maintenance following specific instructions.
  • Proficient in understanding composite repair chemicals, electrical schematic drawings, and technical manuals.
  • Willingness to work in confined spaces and alternate schedules, including overtime and holidays.
  • Must maintain essential training certifications such as OSHA 10, NFPA 70E, CPR/AED - First Aid.
  • Technical Certification in composite repair is a plus.
  • GWO Certifications are a plus.
  • Ability to climb wind turbines (approx. 300 feet).
  • Weight compliance between 120 and 280 pounds for safety standards.
  • Capability to lift and move heavy equipment (over 50 pounds).
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis




Join a forward-thinking company dedicated to innovating and leading in the renewable energy sector. At Sky Climber Renewables, we support our employees with competitive salaries, attractive incentives, comprehensive health, and retirement benefits. We provide all necessary tools and safety equipment, ensuring a secure and productive work environment. As an equal opportunity employer, we celebrate diversity and ensure that all employment decisions are based on merit, competence, and business needs.


Job Type: Full-time


Pay Range: $23.50 to $27.50+

Premium paid for GWO Credentials


Expected hours: 40+ per week


Benefits Available:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Employee discounts
  • Paid time off
  • Referral bonus programs
  • Project bonus opportunities
  • Paid for – advanced training


Typical Schedule:

  • 100% Travel
  • 10-hour shifts
  • 6:1 – Travel: R&R


Work Location:

  • Remote


Apply Now and Elevate Your Career to New Heights with Sky Climber Renewables!




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