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Employment Type:
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Posted:
5/16/2019
Job Category:
Engineering
Engineering Intern/Co-Op Student - Minneapolis, MN
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Veolia | Minneapolis, MN
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Job Description

Veolia North America seeks an Engineering Intern - UMN

Engineering Intern - University of Minnesota (UMN)

Support Veolia Energy Plant Engineering:

* Support Veolia corporate engineering as directed in regards updates to the South East and St. Paul energy plants. The interface will be the on-site operations & engineering staff.


* Walk down plant systems and develop "As Built" operations Piping & Instrument Diagrams (P&ID's). Final product will be an ACAD drawing generated as part of this effort. System & component identification will be integrated in this process.


* Ability and willingness to learn plant and steam, distribution systems, operations, and maintenance activities.


* Provide operations engineering as needed for plant & distribution performance optimization.


* Skilled in CAD, Microsoft Office, Excel, Word and Power Point a must. A course in Thermodynamics a plus.


* High school diploma or GED equivalent
* Must have some college; coursework in Thermodynamics a plus
* Must be safety conscience, able to follow direction, and have a questioning attitude.
* Motivated and dynamic person with ability to work independently and part of a team.
* Technically oriented.
* Resourceful and proactive.
* Good interpersonal skills.

About Veolia

Veolia Environnement is a provider of environmental management services, which include water and wastewater services, environmental services, energy services (excluding the production, trading and sale of electricity, other than production through co-generation) and transportation services. Its operations are conducted through four divisions: water, environmental services, energy services and transportation. Its principal operating subsidiaries in each division include Veolia Eau Compagnie Generale des Eaux (water), Veolia Proprete (environmental services), Dalkia (energy services) and Veolia Transport (transportation). On October 1, 2008, the Company acquired Ridgeline Energy, which is engaged in the development of wind energy projects. On December 16, 2008, the Company sold the Clemessy and Crystal businesses in the Energy services division. (Source: 20-F)