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24 days ago

Repair Center Lead Engineer

Gamesa Trevose, PA

The Repair Center Lead Engineer's primary point of focus will be maintaining and testing equipment (such as high power electrical converters and PLC… Gamesa

30+ days ago

Electrical & Modeling Engineer, PreSales

Gamesa Trevose, PA

Electrical & Modeling PreSales Engineer with a primary focus on providing electrical engineering support to PreSales and interacting with customers… Gamesa

30+ days ago

SQA Engineer - Composites

Gamesa Trevose, PA

The incumbent is responsible for the interaction between the Supplier Quality and Logistics, Purchasing, Engineering, Warehouse, Production line… Gamesa

30+ days ago

Wind Farm Site Technician

Gamesa Lubbock, TX +2 locations

Gamesa is a global leader in the wind energy market with nearly 27,000 MW of capacity installed to-date around the world including over 3,900 MW in… Gamesa

30+ days ago

Site Tech. - Operation & Maint.; Wind Turbines - Baffin Bay

Gamesa Corpus Christi, TX

The Services Site Technician is required to: Perform preventative and corrective maintenance on wind functioning wind turbines and offline turbines… Gamesa

30+ days ago

Procurement Specialist

Gamesa Fairless Hills, PA

Procure inventory for wind farm locations in the western states region. Manage inventory and work closely with various employees within and outside… Gamesa

Gamesa Reviews

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Ignacio Martín
7 Ratings

    Good for entry level seekers

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    Current Employee - Project Engineer  in  Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Project Engineer in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at Gamesa full-time for more than 3 years


    Good Benefits. Most of it covered by employer


    Salaries are ususally low. Several years without salary increasse.

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    People leave the company because they don't advance ont heir careers.

    Neutral Outlook
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