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Intern Wind Engineer The WindScape Institute, Canberra (STEM 4 Digital Business Internship Program) About Windlab & the WindScape Institute (www.windlab.com) Windlab Systems is a global wind energy development company established to commercialise world-leading atmospheric modelling and wind mapping technology developed at Australia’s CSIRO. With these advanced tools Windlab is able to remotely locate and validate new, highly prospective wind energy sites rapidly and accurately. Together with our staff, Windlab has played a foundation role in the development of the wind industry both in Australia and South Africa. Our achievements have been recognised by many awards, most recently at the 2014 ACT Chief Minister’s Exporter of the Year award in the Environmental Solutions category. Windlab is actively developing more than 50 renewable energy sites, totalling more than 7,000MW of capacity and Windlab developed projects are expected to start construction in Australia, Canada, South Africa and the United States over the next 12-18 months. WindScape® is a registered trademark, Windlab’s advanced wind assessment model is known as WindScape HDSM (Hybrid Deterministic Statistical Model) and our wind mapping and prospecting processes are called WindScape. The WindScape Institute at Windlab has exclusive global ownership and usage rights for these systems and models. About STEM Program http://www.business.act.gov.au/grants-and-assistan... The STEM 4 Digital Business Internship Program is an ACT Government initiative. The Program provides financial grants to ACT-based businesses to assist in the costs associated with hiring a second, third or fourth year undergraduate student intern studying in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) field at a Canberra-based university or CIT for 12 weeks full-time (or 450 hours part-time). Applications A short covering letter and CV addressing the selection criteria should be sent to: recruitment@windlab.com Closing date for applications is Friday 7th November. Preferred start date and working hours should be stated in the application.

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