As the energy transition unfolds, 50Hertz is involved in a wide range of major projects in the German Baltic region, bringing power that is generated in its offshore wind farms to the onshore power grid via undersea cables. This creates challenging offshore jobs for experienced specialists. The energy sector is beginning to take the next decisive step in this area.
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Those responsible for the operation and maintenance of our offshore technology work from our sites at Güstrow and Greifswald. They work closely with the offshore projects division at the 50Hertz headquarters in Berlin, controlling the development and construction of new installations. Find out more: Offshore projects.
50Hertz is responsible for connecting the wind power generated in the Baltic Sea to the onshore power grid via undersea cables. To achieve this, we build the required infrastructure, relocate undersea cables as required, and then operate these installations. We also work on projects involving connections between power grids in the countries bordering the Baltic Sea, and now we also have our first projects in German North Sea waters. The work involved is diverse: Many steps are involved in the journey from planning to operation of installations, involving a wide range of specialists.
In addition to construction engineers and electrical engineers, our teams also include electronics engineers, business managers, lawyers and business engineers, and many others.
What are the benefits of working for 50Hertz?
37 hour week
30 days of holiday
Flexitime with a long-term time account
Fair remuneration and a wide range of social benefits
Supported personal development
We bring power from the sea to the land!
Let’s shape the future together
In the offshore domain, you will not only be working on existing platforms and installations. To drive the energy transition, we also need to carry out projects to build and extend new infrastructure. Our platforms and individual elements are assembled in Germany and other countries. Other important requirements for success in an offshore career are a willingness to travel and use the English language. Personal skills are just as important as your technical qualifications. Working on platforms, technical installations, or in project management involves teamwork at the very highest level. We must be able to trust each other completely. Physical fitness and sea safety skills are required too. We do put safety first! To make this happen, all our employees who work on the relevant installations regularly take safety education and training courses.
A job with a future
Whether you work on a platform, on substations, or in the office, if you want to work actively to combat climate change, you will find that the offshore division provides opportunities for meaningful work. The jobs available range from technical and engineering duties to administration and support services.