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Solar maintenance technician

Solar maintenance technician

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The job of solar maintenance technician is accessible to women and men who are passionate about the field. This profession involves the control, maintenance and repair of installations to ensure optimal operation and production.

Its role is to ensure the maintenance of production facilities and the monitoring of procedures and intervention planning. He may also be entrusted with cross-functional missions such as providing support to the logistics manager and the general services manager.

What is
this job

“Being a solar maintenance technician means being mobile. We are in the field on a daily basis and we must exercise great rigor when it comes to a repair or maintenance operation. »
“My job consists of working on solar equipment, planning their interventions, writing reports and following procedures. It is a technical profession which presents many diverse tasks in addition to interventions, and above all accessible to all. »
“I love my job, you have to get away from the clichés of technical work! I am in the field with my team every day. I plan and anticipate the different interventions. We often have the opportunity to present our installations to the public. It's an exciting job and always very stimulating. »

your experiences

This job will allow you to:



BAC+2/3 (DUT, BTS, License) in a technical field (Industrial Maintenance, Electricity, Electrotechnics or equivalent)

of your future colleagues

“On electrical installations such as solar power plants, safety must be at the heart of our concerns. We must know how to take responsibility for our own safety and that of our colleagues. »
“I love being on the field every day. We work on solar power plants located in very diverse locations. »
“This job allows me to combine my passion for technical issues and my environmental awareness. We are lucky to work with a dynamic team, it’s very stimulating! »

For further

EDF Renewables - Japan



Since 2022, EDF Renewables has been developing offshore wind projects in Japan. 

The objective: to contribute to the country's energy transition.