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Renewable Training Instructor

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Title: Renewable Training Instructor

Department: Renewables Training

Location: Hybrid

Job Type: Full-Time

Employment Type: Salary


A Senior Renewables Instructor will be responsible for the effective training of the energy employees in wind & solar field services.  Primary focus on GWO, Safety, and Technical Curriculums at job sites across North America, and supporting the classroom and hand-on training at the RNWBL Houston Training Center.  Student population is both internal RNWBL employees as well as external students in the industry.

Basic Responsibilities:

• Provide training to build a foundation of safety and technical knowledge related to the operation and maintenance of wind turbines, including but not limited to: GWO (BST, BTT, ART) or Working-at-Heights, Lock-Out Tag-Out, Electrical Safety, Basic Electrical, Qualified Electrical Worker (QEW), Medium/High Voltage, Basic Mechanical, Basic Hydraulics, Cranes and Rigging, CPR/First-Aid, Confined Space and Self-Rescue.

• Utilize training equipment, structures, simulators, and aids in daily lessons.

• Design & organize curriculums, training aids and mock-ups.

• Administer exercises and tests by use of predetermined objective criteria.

• Process training records and maintain files and databases.

• Perform routine maintenance, calibration and repair on lab equipment and other instructional aids.

• Initiate requisitions for consumable supplies and equipment repairs.

• Maintain and inventory of supplies and equipment and assure security for each.

• Meet and stay current on GWO, and Safety instructor qualifications.

• Assess and evaluate achievement of students in technical knowledge, professional skills and activities in the classroom.

• Ensure that students follow all established policies, procedures and safety practices.

• Initiate motivation practices and appraisals to affirm the student-learning processes.

• Instruct students in person-social skills and profession-related behaviors.

• Ensure that students follow all established policies, procedures and safety practices.

• Ensure that a professional training environment is maintained at work location, or in the classroom and shop areas at all times.

• Maintain a professional appearance, posture and demeanor.

• Perform other duties as assigned by RNWBL TRAINING Leadership.

Skills and Abilities

• Demonstrate a passion for safety and education.

• Demonstrate experience and characteristics of leadership.

• Able to work productively and communicate effectively with students and new employees

• Background in mechanical and electrical component repair or replacement of parts to correct malfunctions following manufacturers' requirements.  Familiarity with performing retrofits, and good operations & maintenance practices.

• Knowledge and experience practicing EHS and Quality Procedures.

• Good working knowledge of Microsoft applications (Word, Powerpoint and Excel required)

• Familiarity with updating/managing Learning Management System (LMS)

• Must be personable, energetic and have a customer service focus

• Must be self-motivated. Ability and willingness to take initiative and work without direct supervision.

• Ability to adapt quickly and effectively to a dynamic environment.

• Must be able to deal responsibly with confidential information

• Strong organizational skills.

• Must be able to work alone or with a team.

• Must be able to travel to perform training.

Basic Requirements:

• Five (5) or more years of increasing responsibility in the field of wind turbine installation and repair, and/or other renewable field services.

• Technical/University Education degree, or its military equivalent, OR a High School Diploma / GED with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a Trainer/Instructor.  All military experience is welcome!

• Global Wind Organization (GWO) and/or wind energy instructor credentials preferred

• Experience and knowledge of OSHA compliance, First Aid/CPR, NFPA 70, Wind/Solar Safety programs

• Knowledge of electro-mechanical skills, hydraulic and pneumatic skill sets, and rigging is a requirement.

• A positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change

• Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills

• Knowledge of solar equipment is a plus

Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodation. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this position. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change as business progresses.  


• Dental insurance

• Health insurance

• Health savings account

• Life & Disability Insurance

• Employee assistance program

• Paid time off

• 401K Plan


• 10 hour shift

• 8 hour shift

• Monday to Friday

• Weekend availability

Training Center Location:

• Houston, TX  77396:

Work Location: Hybrid.   Site travel (~50-100%).  Training Center Support (~35%)

About Us:

RNWBL is one of the fastest growing companies in the renewables service industry across United States and Canada.  Comprised of over ten renewable business units providing services in wind, solar, cranes, parts, O&M, and training.  

Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – enjoy a friendly work environment, opportunities for growth and development, respect, and competitive pay and benefits. We take pride in hiring the best talent and providing the best opportunities to grow.  For more information visit our website  

RNWBL Training:  By RNWBL for Renewables.