10 Duke Energy summer internships, open right now

10 Duke Energy summer internships, open right now
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Duke Energy is in the process of recruiting 2016 summer interns. Here’s a look at their internship positions.

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Project Controls Internship (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled/pursuing degree in Business, Finance, Project Management, Engineering, Technical, or Construction Management at an accredited college or university. Rising Sophomore in the Fall of 2016 (or older). Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.

“Undertake short-term responsibilities which may involve any or all of the following: research, project management, process development, project team responsibilities, system planning, data entry, and documentation in support of Engineering & Construction Planning.”

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Real Estate Governance/Data Management Intern (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled in a college or university studying Business Administration, Communications, Real Estate, or related field. Cumulative GPA 2.75 or higher.

“The Real Estate organization is responsible for providing a strategic focus for our customers and enterprise growth. The facility portfolio managed by Real Estate consists of more than 2,400 facilities exceeding 13 million square feet in Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina. Looking for individuals that are interested in corporate or commercial real estate as a career or developmental opportunity.”

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Information Technology Internships (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Minimum, cumulative GPA of 3.0. Enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program as a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, or first year graduate student, at an accredited university. Working towards an IT or Engineering related major, such as Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Software Information Systems, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Engineering

“IT Summer Internships may take place in any of the nine IT organizations at Duke Energy – Application Delivery, Application Support, Infrastructure & Operations, Nuclear Applications & Operations, Telecommunications, Business Planning & Relationship Management, Project Management, Cyber Security & Compliance, and Technology Strategy & Data Management. The Intern will experience complex intellectual challenges, participate on and be responsible for small-scale and large-scale ventures alike, and be exposed to project management, process improvement, and numerous technological tools in a multiplicity of diverse IT functions.”

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Project Management Center of Excellence (PMCoE) Intern (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled and pursuing an undergraduate or graduate ABET Accredited degree in Project Management, Business Management or Construction Management Cumulative GPA of 2.75.

“Will support PMCoE internal consultants as they interface with project teams, providing administrative and analytical support, and managing and tracking issues to close identified gaps. The intern may also assist management with overseeing specific initiatives depending on skillset and background.”

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Enterprise Protective Services Internship in Operational Security (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled in a Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Organizational Security Management, Business Administration, or a related degree program at an accredited college or university. Cumulative GPA 3.0 or higher.

“You will be directed by the Regional Manager/Director and will be working to perform professional level operational security assignments in the areas of investigations, physical security surveys/risk assessments, training program development/delivery, and incident management/response.”

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Engineering Nuclear Generation Internship (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Engineering major, Minimum GPA of 2.75 or higher. Must not graduate prior to December 2016. Potential candidates must be currently enrolled in one of the following bachelor’s degree programs at an ABET accredited four year college or university and must have completed a minimum of one year of studies prior to beginning the internship – Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Computer Engineering Welding Engineering Fire Protection Engineering Civil Engineering Materials Science Chemical Engineering

“As an intern, you will be responsible for assisting engineers in providing support to ensure safe, reliable and economic plant operations in the following areas: Design Engineering, Systems Engineering and Programs and Compenent Engineering.”

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Ash Basin Strategic Action Team Internship (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled and pursuing a four year degree in Civil Engineering (Non-Technology), Geotechnical Engineering (Non-Technology), or Construction Management from an ABET Accredited College or University. Cumulative GPA of 2.75.

“Key duties for the Intern will include: Assisting the Project Managers with all phases of project planning and execution to ensure all project success factors are met, including but not limited to scope, schedule, cost, quality, environmental, safety, communications, security, and integration. Assisting the Project Managers with implementing the ash basin closure Project Execution Plan (PEP) while ensuring that all Project objectives are met or exceeded for safety, environmental, quality, schedule, cost, configuration management, integration, etc.”

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Closure Engineering Internship (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled and pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, or Environmental Engineering in an ABET-accredited (Non-Technology) program. Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.

“Key duties for the Intern will include: Assisting the Project Engineers in the development and implementation of strategies, processes and programs to ensure ash basin closures and ash disposal, including ash contained in fills and any lay-of-land disposal areas, are performed in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations and approved standards, practices, and procedures. Assisting the Project Engineers in providing technical expertise and oversight to support ash basin closure work contracted to vendors; including studies, conceptual closure designs, and engineered closure designs. Duties may include the development of work scope documents, schedules, and specifications; review of technical content of contract documents; and review of contractor’s specifications, calculations, drawings, and reports.”

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Coal Ash Project Controls Summer Intern (Summer 2016) – Apply

Qualifications: Currently enrolled/pursuing degree in Business, Finance, Project Management, Engineering, Technical, or Construction Management at an accredited college or university. Rising Sophomore in the Fall of 2016 (or older). Cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.

“The Project Controls department manages the cost and schedule attributes of projects. This department is responsible for developing effective measures and key performance indicators to determine the health of projects. Includes detailed analysis of schedule progress, spending trends and measures against baselines, invoice processing and payment and forecasting project costs at completion. Interns support Project Managers who are responsible for all aspects of project oversight and completion. Interns may also assist management with overseeing operations and project implementation and other compliance and permitting related activities.”

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Project Management and Construction Co-op – Apply

Qualifications: Rising Sophomore at the close of the Spring Semester 2016 with a Minimum of one completed year of a Bachelor of Sciences degree (Undergraduate or Graduate) in Engineering studies. to include one of the following disciplines – Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil/Geotechnical Engineering, or Chemical Engineering. These Engineering Majors must be Non-Technology from an ABET accredited University. (A BS in Construction Management Degree will be considered.) Must have Cumulative GPA of 2.75 after one completed year of Engineering studies or Construction Management studies.

Co-op Logistics: Positions are for students who typically rotate between periods of school attendance and periods of employment after completing a minimum of 24 credit hours. College co-ops are expected to maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher. College co-ops are employed to work a full time schedule in the work related to their major course of study for a minimum of three college terms. The co-op positions are for the Summer Session and will begin in May 2016 and will end in August timeframe.

“The Project Management & Construction Department manages the addition of large utility projects to the Duke Energy portfolio. This department is responsible for development, construction and commissioning of new generating plants, large retrofit projects on existing plants, large transmission and gas pipeline projects. Interns support staff personnel that develop and construct large projects.”

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