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Summer College Intern (I&C PSL)

Requisition ID: 28357
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Position Specific Description
In this role you will be responsible for executing Instrumentation and Controls (I&C) Engineering related activities on NEE electrical power generation plant systems and components during both normal operational troubleshooting and during overhauls events in support of equipment reliability, operational goals, and regulatory requirements.
Equipment includes Valve Logic, Motors Control Circuits, Distributive Control Circuits, Reactor Protection Control Systems, and Communication Networks. You will be expected to interact with plant personnel (Operations, Maintenance, Planning, Work Control, and Outside Engineering Groups) to review / address assignment specific activities in support of maintaining Equipment Reliability. We truly have the best team in the business. Apply today to be a part of it!
PREFERRED QUALIFICATION - THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR ELECTRICIAL / INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROLS ENGINEER STUDENTS
Job Overview
Employees in the role will be provided mentoring and practical hands on experience for relevant career-related activities encountered in the student's area of study or specialization. To be considered for this position the applicant must be actively enrolled at a college or university as a full-time student seeking a bachelor's degree or higher. Candidate must also have a current GPA of 3.00 or higher (on a 0.00 to 4.00 scale).
Job Duties & Responsibilities
Assists department with assigned projects
Completes challenging projects and assignments
Presents final project to senior leadership at the end of the internship
Performs other job-related duties as assigned
Required Qualifications
High School Grad / GED
Preferred Qualifications
Effective Written Communications
Effective Verbal Communications



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