Technical Manager, Electrical O&M - Japan

Contact: Delvin Ndlovu
Email: email Delvin
Reference: BBBH11723_1711070425
Posted: about 1 month ago

Title: Technical Manager, Electrical O&M - Japan

Location: Tokyo, Japan

About NextWave
NextWave Partners is the Recruitment Partner of choice within the Clean Energy, Sustainable Infrastructure, ESG, Impact Investment, Climate-Tech & Technology sectors. We are committed to supporting industries battling climate change towards a net-zero future and a sustainable economy.

About the Role

We are working with a leading Japanese renewable energy company focusing on onshore and offshore wind, who are looking to bring in a Technical Manager, Electrical, to look after their operating assets.


  • Overseeing activities to ensure the stable operation of wind power plants through the application of specialised knowledge.
  • Providing support for the assessment of new projects and engaging in technical negotiations with wind turbine Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
  • Enhancing the technical proficiency of power station staff within their respective specialties.
  • Developing and executing planned technical training initiatives.
  • Establishing and guiding management methodologies.
  • Investigating and reporting on electrical accidents within specialized fields.
  • Providing on-site support for equipment condition monitoring.
  • Assisting in repair planning and budget formulation within specialized areas.
  • Engaging in technical negotiations with international contractors leveraging specialised expertise.
  • Undertaking any other support tasks as required by management.


  • Experience in the design, manufacture, or maintenance of electrical equipment for wind turbines at a wind turbine OEM or electrical equipment manufacturer.
  • Background in wind turbine maintenance, particularly with extensive experience in electrical equipment maintenance.
  • Proficiency in handling various types of high voltage and low voltage electricity, as well as expertise in designing and maintaining wind turbine communication and control systems.
  • Possession of a First Class Ordinary Vehicle License.
  • Ability to conduct technical negotiations with business partners in English.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with electrical-related qualifications such as professional engineer in the electrical and electronics department or chief electrical engineer.

If you are interested in this position, please apply directly on the platform with your latest CV. We will review your application and revert back promptly.

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