Developmental Intern - Mechanical Maintenance (9447)

Our Developmental Intern Program provides high performing students with the opportunity to gain a broad view of the New York Power Authority's role as the nation's largest state-owned public power organization. This program, with critical job experience, is designed to give you a solid foundation for your career.
As an intern, you will be assigned a mentor to guide you with challenging assignments and to help you learn the skills needed in today's workforce. While gaining valuable work experience, you will make real contributions to our organization. Interns will be given challenging work assignments where they will apply computer and engineering principles to the planning, analysis and design engineering tasks associated with hydroelectric, fossil fuel, and transmissions facilities. In addition, interns will be placed with key senior engineers to analyze, create and review designs, and write reports and documents for engineering tasks for NYPA's transmission and generation facilities.
This intern will support the Engineering and Operations Departments on various projects including:
Researching and Ordering parts and components
Reviewing and Verifying Drawings
Engineering Design of smaller projects
Support developing economic justifications for O&M and Capital projects
Data collection, evaluation and presentation and report writing
Evaluating safety and environmental issues.
Required Skills
The key competencies/skills needed to perform the job:
Strong computer knowledge including MS-Office, AutoCAD, and Blueprint reading is required with ability to learn and use new computerized hardware and software. Self-motivated individual with proficient verbal and written communication skills.
Required Experience
Minimum 3rd or 4th year Engineering student. Grade Point Average must be at least 3.0 and student transcript required with resume.

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