Duke Energy 2018 Environmental, Health and Safety Co-op (Carolinas) in Charlotte, North Carolina

Title: 2018 Environmental, Health and Safety Co-op (Carolinas) Location: North Carolina-Charlotte-DE Carolinas-Charlotte,NC (094) Job Number: 139998

This position is part of the Environmental, Health, and Safety Co-op Program. Environmental, Health, and Safety manages Duke Energy’s overall environmental program including functions of Governance, Environmental Compliance, and Scientific Services. Co-ops may support Environmental, Health, and Safety by providing support of state and federal environmental regulations and permits, siting, licensing/relicensing for Duke Energy’s electric generation and power delivery systems throughout the enterprise. This department is responsible for Analytical, Biological, Physical/Chemical Services, Auditing, Data Management, and Permitting and Compliance Field Support. An Environmental, Health, and Safety Co-op supports staff professionals who manage the inspection and oversight of environmental projects and components at Duke Energy’s generating stations. This can include but is not limited to site grading and drainage work, the maintenance or modifications of ponds and impoundments, waste treatment systems, pollution control systems and other compliance and permitting related activities. Field work may include interface with state and federal agency officials.

This co-op position is for students pursuing a four-year degree in engineering, environmental, science, biology, bio-systems, or other related field of study.

This co-op position will be based in Carolinas but may involve work at any one of Duke Energy facilities in Florida, Carolinas, or Midwest. Qualifications: Basic Qualifications/Requirements:

Currently enrolled and pursuing a four-year degree in engineering, environmental, science, health, safety or other related field of study Cumulative GPA of 2.75 Ability to work a minimum of two co-op sessions Valid driver’s license

Desired Qualifications:

Enrolled in the co-op program at an accredited college or university or the ability to be enrolled in the program prior to start date Based on a 4-point scale, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher Previous engineering experience working as an intern or co-op Background in air, water, or land issues is desired. Desire to pursue a career in the energy industry Demonstrated ability to work independently Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills Demonstrated history of achievements and personal performance Demonstrated leadership qualities through effective decision making Works effectively with others from diverse backgrounds to solve problems and implement solutions Demonstrated technical proficiency in use of computers, software, and engineering applications Demonstrated time management skills Job: Administration