The Operations Planning Intern is an engineering (EE/EET) or science (mathematics, physics, computer) student who works under direct supervisory review on a daily basis. In a learning position, the Operations Planning Intern will receive on the job training assisting the Operations Planning Engineer. Assignments are designed to develop technical and regulatory work knowledge, abilities and safe work practices. For a returning Intern, responsibility is increased with each successive work period. The Operations Planning Intern is generally responsible for providing assistance to verify data, input data, verify performance and facilitate enhancements to the network analysis powerflow models and EMS network aplications tools. Specific responsibilities: 1. Learn the fundamentals of the Energy Management System (EMS) network applications, including performing power flow, state estimation, and contingency analysis 2. Learn to perform basic Energy Managenent System (EMS) network analysis modeling 3. Assist in building the iTOA and OSI EMS equipment mapping database to help automate outage reliability studies performed by Operations Planning and Transmission Operations 4. Assist in verifying performance of NIPSCOs EMS network model and network applications in the new OSI EMS Through these on-the-job responsibilities, the Operations Planning Intern will gain knowledge on various topics related to electric power system operations. These include power system equipment operation, network analysis tools used in real-time to support system operations, EMS network modeling and safe and reliable system operations.
Current student of an ABET accredited, four-year Engineering program Must have completed at least one year of undergraduate study Ability to work 40 hrs/week Proficiency with PC applications and prefer strong skills with AutoCad and Microsoft Office Suite Proven communication skills Authorized to work in the United States without requiring sponsorship
Current student of an ABET accredited, four-year Engineering program Must be currently enrolled in undergraduate study in an engineering discipline (Electric Engineering, Electric Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering)
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.
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Job Family: Engineering