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Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024)

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • IT & Cybersecurity
  • Orlando

AI generated summary

  • You must be a college student studying Computer Science with a 3.0+ GPA, skilled in computer electronics and software applications, customer service oriented with strong problem-solving abilities, and committed to an inclusive work environment.
  • You will gain hands-on experience in the utility industry, working on projects, receiving mentorship, and participating in educational sessions for your professional growth.


  • Currently enrolled at an accredited college or university degree seeking program
  • Academic status of sophomore, junior, or senior
  • Program of study: Computer Science
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Authorized to work in the United States
  • Commitment to building an inclusive work environment
  • Working knowledge of computer electronics: circuit boards, processors, chips, electric equipment, computer hardware and software, and plotter printers
  • Ability to handle customer requests- diagnosing problems, customer service orientation, troubleshooting/problem solving, etc.
  • Knowledge of public safety and security
  • Preferred Skills:
  • Software applications: MS Office 2013, AnyConnect, Citrix, Remote Desktop, LiteShow
  • Strong management skills
  • Effective interpersonal and active listening skills


  • The OUC Internship Program is dedicated to provide students with a real-world, hands-on experience by partnering with energy leaders and experienced professionals while bringing new and outside-the-box perspectives and ideas essential for creativity and the growth of any business.
  • We are committed to providing mentorship and professional development to our interns, contributing to their future professional growth.
  • OUC’s internship program provides emerging talent with an immersive view of the utility industry through on-the-job training, educational sessions, self-paced learning courses, and individual or team projects.


What division will the Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024) be joining at OUC - The Reliable One?

The Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024) will be joining the Technology division at OUC - The Reliable One.

What is the time frame for the internship for the Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024)?

The internship for the Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024) will take place during the Fall of 2024.

What is the size and scope of OUC - The Reliable One?

OUC - The Reliable One is the second-largest municipal utility in Florida and is committed to serving the community and the environment.

What is the primary responsibility of the Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024) at OUC - The Reliable One?

The primary responsibility of the Intern - Computer Specialist (Fall 2024) is to assist the Technology division with computer-related tasks and projects during the Fall 2024 internship.

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Mission & Purpose

The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC - The Reliable One) is a municipally-owned public utility providing electric and water services to the citizens of Orlando, Florida, St. Cloud, Florida, and unincorporated Orange and Osceola counties. Established in 1923 by a special act of the Florida Legislature, OUC is the second largest municipal utility in Florida and 14th largest municipal in the country. OUC provides electric, water, chilled water and/or lighting services to 400,000 accounts. The company is governed by a five-member commission (including the Mayor of Orlando), which is responsible for all operating policies. OUC has maintained the best electric reliability in the state of Florida for 21 years in a row, when compared to Florida’s investor-owned utilities. Our power is produced at the OUC-owned Stanton Energy Center via a diverse fuel portfolio, which includes nearly 20 megawatts of solar energy. And, our clean, safe, great-tasting water - which is pumped from the Lower Floridan Aquifer - undergoes more than 20,000 chemical and bacteriological water quality tests each year, including tests for more than 135 regulated and unregulated substances like lead and copper.