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Student Intern, Protection Engineering

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Engineering
  • Tucson

AI generated summary

  • You must be pursuing an engineering degree with a graduation date of May 2025 or later, maintain good academic standing, work at least 20 hours per week, have strong interpersonal skills, and handle sensitive information with discretion.
  • You will assist in project design, report preparation, data analysis, and system studies to identify and recommend engineering solutions.

Requirements

  • Pursuing a degree in an Engineering field with a graduation date of May 2025 or later
  • Able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during regular business hours; up to 40 hours a week during the summer and school breaks as needed
  • Have a high level of interpersonal skills and the ability to protect highly sensitive and confidential information; Must be able to meet regular deadlines
  • Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Possess functional knowledge of Microsoft Office products
  • Able to work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during regular business hours; and up to 40 hours a week during the summer and school breaks
  • Student Interns must maintain the required hours for full-time student status, good academic standing at their college or university, as defined by the college or university and the GPA required for graduation by their college or university.
  • Failure to maintain full-time status, good academic standing and/or the requisite GPA will result in Student Interns being deemed ineligible for participation in this program.
  • Student Interns are employed on a temporary basis and are generally not eligible for some benefits; including holiday pay.
  • Scheduling of work hours and assignments should be made taking into consideration that Student Interns are students first and employees second.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with creating, designing and documenting projects as needed
  • Assist with developing, preparing and reviewing reports and studies to identify and recommend engineering solutions
  • Assist with gathering and reviewing data to help determine the cause of a system disturbance
  • Assist with system studies and validating models

FAQs

What are the qualifications required for the Student Intern position in Protection Engineering at Tucson Electric Power?

The qualifications required for the position include pursuing a degree in an Engineering field with a graduation date of May 2025 or later, ability to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during regular business hours, high level of interpersonal skills, ability to maintain confidentiality, effective communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office products, and ability to work independently and as part of a team.

What are the responsibilities of a Student Intern in the Protection Engineering Department at Tucson Electric Power?

The responsibilities include assisting with creating, designing, and documenting projects, developing and reviewing reports and studies, gathering and reviewing data to determine system disturbances, assisting with system studies, and validating models.

What are the requirements in terms of work hours for the Student Intern position at Tucson Electric Power?

Student Interns must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during regular business hours, and up to 40 hours a week during the summer and school breaks as needed. They must also maintain the required hours for full-time student status and good academic standing at their college or university.

Will Student Interns at Tucson Electric Power receive benefits such as holiday pay?

Student Interns are generally not eligible for some benefits such as holiday pay. They are employed on a temporary basis and scheduling of work hours and assignments should take into consideration that they are students first and employees second.

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Mission & Purpose

Tucson Electric Power provides the energy behind Tucson's economy. We deliver safe, reliable power to more than 442,000 customers in the Tucson metropolitan area. We’re also a local leader in community service, volunteerism and economic development efforts. Our vision is to be an exceptional energy provider that positively impacts the lives of our employees, customers and communities. Our values are: -We work safely. -Our differences make us stronger. -We do the right thing. -We achieve excellence together. -We learn continuously. -We drive sustainability.