Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
2/2/2020
Job Category:
Engineering
Intern - Engineering & Operations
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NISC | Lake St Louis, MO
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Job Description

NISC specializes in developing and deploying enterprise level and customer-facing software solutions for over 800+ utilities and telecoms across North America. Our mission is to deliver technology solutions and services that are Member and Customer focused, quality driven, and valued priced. We exist to serve our members and help them serve their communities through our innovative software products, services, and outstanding customer support.

This position reports to the Engineering & Operations Team Lead and will gain exposure to electrical distribution analysis, electrical based software, operational tools, and Geographical Information Systems over the course of the summer.

What the Engineering & Operations Intern does:

* Job shadow and assist Engineering and Operations Project Managers/Implementers
* Assist in setting up member project information
* Assist in Member and Internal Documentation (consistency and format)

Desired Skills:

* Strong customer orientation.
* Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
* Strong verbal and written, interpersonal, and communication skills.
* Basic understanding of power distribution systems.
* Ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment.
* Ability to effectively adapt to change.
* Ability to interact in a positive manner with internal and external contacts.
* Ability to maintain the highest level of professionalism, ethical behavior, and confidentiality.
* Commitment to NISC's Statement of Shared Values.

Desired Education:

* Working towards the completion of an Associate or Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or related business field.

Preferred Education:

* Working toward a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with an emphasis in power systems.