Salary Range
  • New York State $67,750-$134,740 per year
  • Central New York $77,160-$130,030 per year
  • Finger Lakes $64,020-$117,960 per year
  • Hudson Valley $69,190-$146,910 per year
  • Long Island $77,500-$155,080 per year
  • Mohawk Valley $54,380-$125,770 per year
  • New York City $70,150-$139,710 per year
  • North Country $53,990-$107,500 per year
  • Southern Tier $57,080-$120,370 per year
  • Western New York $61,390-$106,850 per year
Example Job Titles
Energy Engineers, Except Wind and Solar Mechatronics Engineers Microsystems Engineers Photonics Engineers Robotics Engineers Nanosystems Engineers Wind Energy Engineers Solar Energy Systems Engineers
Jobs with Transferable Skills
Agricultural Engineers, Civil Engineers, Construction Managers, Environmental Engineers, Fire-Prevention and Protection Engineers, Hydrologists, Logistics Engineers, Marine Engineers, Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers, Validation Engineers
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Job Type:

Engineers, All Other

Typical Education:

Bachelor's Degree

  • Active Listening
  • Critical Thinking
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Mathematics
  • Reading Comprehension
Typical Tasks:
  1. Create or maintain wind farm layouts, schematics, or other visual documentation for wind farms.
  2. Recommend process or infrastructure changes to improve wind turbine performance, reduce operational costs, or comply with regulations.
  3. Create models to optimize the layout of wind farm access roads, crane pads, crane paths, collection systems, substations, switchyards, or transmission lines.
  4. Provide engineering technical support to designers of prototype wind turbines.
  5. Investigate experimental wind turbines or wind turbine technologies for properties such as aerodynamics, production, noise, and load.
Training Opportunities
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