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Wind Energy Project Managers

Work Environment

Wind energy project managers work indoors in offices, using computers to review data, create reports and budgets, and communicate with project workers. They also work outdoors at wind energy project sites where they oversee the work of technicians. They may be outdoors in various weather conditions and wear protective gear and clothing. Project managers usually work 40 or more hours per week. Hours may extend into evenings and weekends when project deadlines are tight or urgent repairs are needed. They also spend some time traveling to projects sites and for meetings and conferences.

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