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With the rapid progress of the energy transition, which already led to renewable energies supplying an incredible 46% of Germany’s electricity in 2020, a universe of career opportunities is opening up. In the wind energy sector in particular, we are experiencing unprecedented momentum and growth. Here at RTS, a company that proudly looks back on over 25 years of experience in this sector, we are at the forefront of this revolution.

At RTS, we understand that the key to success lies in the people who work with us. That’s why we’re looking for passionate professionals who want to shape the future of energy with us. There are a wealth of opportunities in the world of wind energy, from planning and engineering to the operation and maintenance of wind turbines. Every aspect offers an opportunity to get involved, learn and grow. Find your job now in our job portal!

Employee statements

Why I work at RTS Wind AG is simply put: I like family life and that’s exactly what RTS Wind gives me. That´s why I’ve been in the Offshore-Unit for 12 years now and get along very well with everyone – whether in the office or outside in the wind farms.”

– Timo, Service Technician

What I really appreciate at RTS Wind AG is the good team spirit among colleagues. This applies both to the employees at the wind farms and to the contacts in the office. Together, we manage the challenging task of implementing the energy transition. This often means travelling long distances, working in all weather conditions and observing many safety regulations. A good team is the be-all and end-all.

– Michal, Field Supervisor

A job that challenges me mentally and physically was important to me. I like being out in the fresh air and I love the view from my job. I am also a craftswoman through and through. This work has many small and large challenges that I have to face, but above all I want to. I also want to be part of the development of renewable energies. It’s more of a vocation than a profession.

– Marika, Rope Access Technician

It is important to me to do something meaningful with my job. By working in wind power, I ensure that renewable energies cover our electricity needs in a climate-neutral way, which is climate protection in action. I also enjoy working at height, there are few professions that can offer such a good view.

– Armin, Service Technician

Working in the wind industry as a rope access technician at RTS Wind Ag is a dream job for me. It combines many of my passions because I love being outdoors, hanging in the air and being involved with the environment. Not only is the work environment breathtaking and never boring, I also have the privilege of working with absolute legends who are also striving for an extraordinary life. What fun!

– Alex, Rope Access Technician

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Our mission is to drive the energy transition while fostering careers that are as sustainable as the energy we generate. With RTS, you have the opportunity to be part of a team that not only focuses on innovation, but also on a culture that promotes diversity, development and recognition. If you’re ready to take your career to the next level and make a real difference in the world, then RTS is the place for you.

Discover the diverse career paths in wind energy with us and become part of a movement that not only focuses on the future of energy, but also on your future. Let’s redefine wind energy together and change the world sustainably. Your future in wind energy starts here – at RTS.
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We offer more than just a job

Do you want more than just a job? Are you looking for a job that not only secures your livelihood, but also makes a real contribution? Then the wind energy sector is just right for you!

Here you can not only choose between onshore and offshore – you will be part of a movement that is changing the world.

Your workplace is not only at dizzying heights or far out at sea, but also at the forefront of the sustainable energy revolution. The variety of professions in the wind energy sector is impressive. From sales and organisation to the installation, maintenance and repair of turbines – there is something for everyone. And the best thing about it? You’re not just an employee, you’re an environmentalist, a pioneer of the energy revolution.

The six basics for a career in wind energy

If you have what it takes to work in the wind farms, don’t hesitate to contact us!

The most popular jobs at RTS Wind AG

Servicetechnician

As a service technician, you are on the road at wind farms on land and at sea. You work independently on wind turbines and document the work steps. In small teams, you carry out regular maintenance and servicing work, similar to a car inspection. In the event of a malfunction, you repair the wind turbines and may have to find the fault first. The work requires aptitude for heights, physical fitness and willingness to travel (readiness for assembly).


Electrician / Electronic

You carry out electrical service and maintenance work on the wind turbines, e.g. on the transformer switchgear, the generator systems, the blade angle, the rectifier. You are responsible for troubleshooting and carefully documenting your work. You work with direct and alternating currents, as well as low and medium voltages. You travel throughout Europe and can work both on land and at sea. It is recommended that you complete the advanced qualification “Service technician for wind turbines”, but it is not a prerequisite. The work requires aptitude for heights, physical fitness and willingness to travel (readiness for assembly).

Warehouse Clerk

As a warehouse clerk in the wind energy sector, you equip the fitters and service technician teams for their assignments in the wind farms. This includes materials, components, safety equipment, tools, devices and much more. Your tasks include booking material movements in the inventory management system, packing goods professionally and loading and unloading transport units.


Mechanic / Mechatronic

Wind energy mechanics are mainly responsible for the mechanical work around wind turbines. The additional qualification “Service technician for wind turbines” is an advantage, but not a must. In general, you should not be afraid to work at heights and enjoy being “on the road” professionally.

  • Mechanical service and maintenance work on wind turbines (filter replacement, grease maintenance, screw connection checks, visual and pressure tests, etc.)
  • Troubleshooting and fault rectification
  • Documentation of the work carried out

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