Offshore Wind

Andy Evans, Co-Founder of Australia's first proposed Offshore Wind Project Star of the South

July 8, 2019 - gburghouwt

More than once called an ‘ambitious project’, Star of the South is Australia’s first proposed offshore wind farm. In fact, it is a Southern Hemisphere first according to the project’s CEO and co-founder Andy Evans. Read More
Liz Burdock, CEO & President, Business Network for Offshore Wind

July 8, 2019 - rkind

Liz Burdock can recall a time when not many people talked about renewable energy in the United States. One person who did, however, was the then Vice President, Al Gore. “I remember him speaking about the harmful effects of climate change and how the planet was in peril,” she says. “I was a young mother back then and kept thinking: 'What kind of world am I going to leave my son?'” Read More
Global assistance throughout the entire wind supply chain

July 8, 2019 - rkind

Atlas Professionals is aiming to be the leading HR service provider in the offshore wind industry. The company’s portfolio is already impressive when considering that Atlas has played a role in nearly all of the wind farms built in the UK, Netherlands, Germany and Denmark since 2008. Its involvement can range from providing a single Project Manager to a whole cable lay team of more than 40 professionals. Read More
Atlas Professionals joins ECHT Community as exclusive Partner for Onshore and Offshore Wind

April 26, 2019 - gburghouwt

Early April 2019 Atlas Professionals joined the ECHT community as an exclusive Partner for the on- and offshore wind sector in the Netherlands. The active partnership will enable Atlas Professionals and ECHT to share complimentary knowledge and competences to the wind industry to contribute to a smart and sustainable climate and energy transition. Read More
Atlas starts Permanent Recruitment and Executive Search Business in the APAC region

March 11, 2019 - gburghouwt

With the offshore renewables industry surging ahead as countries aim to achieve their climate targets, clients all over the world – and definitively in the Asia Pacific region – are increasingly looking to recruit professionals for permanent roles. As of March 2019, Atlas has extended their permanent recruitment and executive search services to their Singapore office to respond to this demand in the region. Read More
Recruiting for APAC — The Offshore Wind Market of Tomorrow

February 28, 2019 - cmulder

Remarkable growth is forecast for the Asia-Pacific offshore wind industry. The challenge, says executive search specialist, Edgar Kerkwijk, is to find home-grown senior-level expertise to support it. Read More
The Netherlands set to see huge increase in offshore wind energy in the next decade

December 21, 2018 - rkind

Perhaps more than any other country in the world, the Netherlands is about to see a huge ramping up of wind energy in the next few years, particularly offshore, bringing plenty of career opportunities throughout the supply chain. Read More
Atlas Renewables Business Unit launches in Australia

September 10, 2018 - gburghouwt

To celebrate the occasion, Atlas Professionals invited Dutchman Wiebe Wakker to its Perth based office. Wiebe is driving from the Netherlands to Australia in his electrical car to explore how we can all live a more sustainable life and shared his experience with the Atlas staff, who also had a look at this blue car. Next to this, Larry Thorstensen, the newly-appointed Operations Manager Renewables, outlined his new role. Read More
Atlas Professionals Opens Recruitment Hub in Vlissingen

March 8, 2018 - rkind

International recruitment company, Atlas Professionals, has expanded its network by opening a recruitment hub in Vlissingen. This decision is based on, the construction of the Borssele windfarm off the coast of the province of Zeeland, and the port of Vlissingen being a hub for transport, transshipment and assembly. Read More
Atlas Professionals Opens Recruitment Hub in Vlissingen

February 5, 2018 - cmulder

International recruitment company, Atlas Professionals, has expanded its network by opening a recruitment hub in Vlissingen. This decision is based on, the construction of the Borssele windfarm off the coast of the province of Zeeland, and the port of Vlissingen being a hub for transport, transshipment and assembly. Read More

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