American Electric Power Engineering Internship - Summer 2024 in Bridgman, Michigan
Cook Nuclear Plant has internship openings in the areas listed below for our 2024 Summer Program (beginning in June). Ideal candidates are engineering students entering their senior year of college in the Fall of 2024.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Update, maintain and index engineering records and files.
Develop diagrams, drawings and specifications for System expansion, and equipment modifications and replacements.
Develop and maintain data for and conduct computer-oriented engineering and statistical studies.
Assemble test equipment and conduct tests.
Record and analyze test and statistical data.
Diagnose performance and failure of operational equipment.
Perform calculations and detailed engineering studies using scientific calculations and the computer system.
Develop, test, modify and document computer programs.
Conduct computer simulation studies.
Prepare cost estimates.
Prepare memoranda, reports and make presentations.
Visit System and supplier facilities for inspections and tests.
Become familiar with Company organization, departmental functional responsibilities, and group interrelationships.
- Completion of freshman year in a 4-year engineering program that has been recognized by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
- Physical demand level is Not Yet Determined Report directly to an engineering unit of the Service Corporation, operating Company office or generating plant, that is to supervise the assignment projects. Report administratively to AEPSC Personnel Department-Employment Section or other System group who received budgetary approval for hiring.
Paid internship. Compensation based on year of study and work program.
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