SUMMER INTERN (3 positions in Albuquerque) at Texas New Mexico Power
Posted in Engineering 7 days ago.
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Location: Albuquerque, New MexicoJob Description:
Job ID: 6085929
Applications must be submitted by May 22, 2018
Department: T & D Engineering
Prefer electrical, civil, mechanical or environmental engineering students
Current AISES members preferred
Data collection experience
Experience working with Native American tribal communities
Knowledge of NM tribes including history, soverign status, culture and environmental sensitivities
Internship will commence in late May and go through mid-August
This temporary internship position will perform assignments designed to develop engineering work knowledge and abilities through the application of standard techniques, practices and procedures and provide an opportunity work with company executives and other stakeholders to represent Native American interests affecting the utility industry
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides entry-level engineering support for small projects or as a team member for part of a larger project. Tasks may be somewhat repetitive in nature.
Provides basic engineering support to operational areas.
Provides entry-level technical support to and interacts with other associates.
Uses the Company and industry standards to ensure safety and consistency of engineering results.
Provides support to the Tribal Relations Administrator serving as a liaison between New Mexico tribal entities, company management and governmental officials. Be familiar with Native American culture and tribal issues in order to assist Governmental Affairs Department with any necessary projects.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Student currently enrolled in a four-year bachelor's of engineering degree program at an institution of higher education, or working towards a graduate degree in engineering.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT
PNM Resources and affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. Women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans are encouraged to apply.