This position is part of the Energy Supply Engineering Co-op Program. The Energy Supply department manages capital improvement projects and provides technical support for the Operation and Maintenance of over 50 of Duke Energy's generating stations. This department is responsible for upgrades of the generation facilities and equipment to ensure efficient and reliable output from the generating plants. Energy Supply Co-ops support staff engineers who manage equipment reliability and perform analysis and design of structures, systems and components within Duke Energy’s generation fleet. Energy Supply Co-ops may also assist management with overseeing construction, design, and management of Capital and O&M projects.
This co-op position is for students pursuing degrees in undergraduate or graduate studies in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, or Chemical Engineering. In addition to working within your discipline, you may be asked to work across a multi-engineering discipline platform.
This co-op position will be based in Ohio, Indiana, or Kentucky and may be located at or require travel to one or more power generating stations in Midwest.
This co-op position will begin spring 2013
Currently enrolled and pursuing a four year degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, or Chemical Engineering or a related engineering field.
Enrolled in the co-op program at an accredited College or University.
Cumulative GPA of 3.0
Ability to work a minimum of two co-op sessions.
Valid driver’s license.
Demonstrated ability to work independently.
Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated history of achievements and personal performance.
Demonstrated leadership qualities through effective decision making.
Works effectively with others from diverse backgrounds to solve problems and implement solutions.
Desire to pursue a career in the energy industry.
Based on a 4-point scale, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Previous engineering experience working as an intern or co-op.
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