Substation Engineering consisting of a combination of distribution and transmission substation projects consisting of transformers, switchgear, breakers, switches and other equipment. Projects can range from 12kv to 765kv in voltage. This position can work remotely with some field visits. Successful candidate must be capable of working virtually, in the office as well as a hybrid model of both scenarios.
Working with a Mentor Engineer, the Intern will:
- Assist in the design and management of small and large projects, utilizing effective techniques for planning, electric engineering, scheduling and tracking. The scope of these projects may include small electric substation projects covering emergency replacements on arresters, cable and switches.
- Work with substation team and help prepare AutoCad drawings, release letters, typicals, prints and work with numerous stakeholders internal and external
- Help assist substation team with projects, standards and processes of continuous improvement.
- Work as a project and discipline engineer.
- Assist in the coordination of electric field work on projects; provide engineering direction, and synchronization with internal and external stakeholders.
- Ensure that electric engineering designs comply with NIPSCO policies and procedures, and state and federal regulatory codes and standards.
- Help provide coordination between numerous departments and other resources to ensure efficient and timely completion of projects.
- Help provide electric engineering solutions that effectively meet the needs of the customer and Company while still adhering to the financial goals of the Company.
- Comply with NIPSCO Safety Standards, (i.e., hard hats, safety vests, safety glasses, etc.).
- Currently enrolled in an ABET accredited 4-year Bachelors of Science degree program in Engineering or Engineering Technology with a focus in Electrical or Civil engineering.
- Must have completed at least one year of undergraduate study
- Ability to travel locally as needed
- Ability to work 40 hrs/week
- Familiarity PC based program applications, (i.e. MS Office, CAD or other drawing applications).
- Ability to understand and apply local, state, and federal codes
- Possess strong written and oral communication skills.
- Authorized to work in the United States without requiring sponsorship
- Ability to begin internship in May 2022
- Current student of an ABET accredited, four-year Engineering or Engineering Technology program
- Must be currently enrolled in undergraduate study in a Electrical or Civil engineering discipline
Inclusion & Diversity
Value inclusion within your day to day responsibilities by respecting others perspectives/convictions, engaging others opinions, creating a safe environment where people, ideas, and opinions are valued within your Team/Customers and external partners.
Respect and take into consideration diversity within your Team/Customers and external work partners by valuing different world views, challenges, and cultures that represent all walks of life and all backgrounds.
Treat others with respect and consideration. Actively participate in creating and contributing to a positive work environment.
Equal Employment Opportunity
NiSource is committed to providing equal employment opportunities in each of its companies to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, veteran status, disability, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any protected group status as defined by law. Each employee is expected to abide by this principle.
By applying, you may be considered for other job opportunities.
How To Apply
Do not apply for this position through Handshake.
For consideration, you must apply on-line at careers.nisource.com before November 6, 2021!