Nebraska’s largest power company is looking for motivated students (must be at least a rising sophomore) to join the 2022 Co-Op/Intern team in a variety of different disciplines, including the following areas:
· Protection & Automation Engineering
· Energy Management System
· Fossil Fuels
· Mechanical Systems
· Plant Design
· Transmission & Distribution
· Work Management
You can expect challenging assignments that will last anywhere from 3-8 months and provide you with the hands on experience needed to start your career, while learning from an extremely talented team of Professional Engineers. Exposure to Sr. Leadership, a Competitive Hourly wage, Living Expenses stipend ($2000), Paid Holidays, and the support of OPPDs Employee Resources Groups are some of the other benefits you can expect by becoming the next great addition to the District!
If you are carrying at least a 2.5 GPA and are in an accredited engineering program (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, and Computer), we want to talk to you. Start the conversation today, by sending your full profile through Handshake to our Lead College recruiter, Darlene Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Specific Terms include:
· Spring Term: Jan 2022 – August 2022
· Seasonal/Summer: May 2022 – August 2022
Fall Term: May 2022 – December 2022
At Omaha Public Power District, we’re passionate about three things: power, the people who make it, and the people who rely on it.
WE ARE: Where the Light Starts. OPPD is the 12th-largest public power utility in the U.S., serving over 850,000 people across 5,000 square miles and 13 counties.
WE’RE COMMITTED TO: Each other and the people we serve. This commitment drives us. We’re dedicated to providing our communities with affordable, reliable, and environmentally sensitive energy services today, tomorrow, and well into the future.
OUR JOB: To provide power with a purpose. We have real impact – on people’s lives, on the environment, and on the future of energy. We’re always looking for bright, capable people who want an opportunity to lead from where you are—wherever you are— and know that your ideas will be heard. If you want to be a source of real, positive change for the community and the people who live in this region, then working for a company acknowledged for caring about these same things is likely a priority for you as well.
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