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Eversource Energy 2024 Asset Management - Distribution Substations Engineering CO-OP in Hartford, Connecticut

Role and Scope of Position:

This position is responsible for developing and maintaining technical records for the Asset Management organization. This includes coordinating with Engineering, Projects, and Operations personnel to ensure consistent asset management processes are applied for transmission and distribution substation asset and reliability information across the three-state region.

Essential Functions:

  • Support the development and revision of documents and procedures that support asset management processes within the organization.
  • Support internal self-assessments of asset information to ensure the accuracy of baselined information is maintained.
  • Support the updating of various asset management databases to support the reliability and capital program initiatives.
  • Develop reports, prepare presentations, write procedures and perform other activities as needed.

Technical Knowledge/Skill/Education/Licenses/Certifications:

  • Technical Knowledge/Skills:

  • Strong facilitation and communication skills (including written, oral, and public speaking) required.

  • High degree of personal ownership and accountability.
  • Strong background in process improvement.
  • Ability to create/manage Microsoft Access Databases, Microsoft Excel databases and associated user interfaces (visual basic, SQL or similar programming ability) is highly desirable.


Working towards a bachelor’s degree in engineering is required. An electrical engineering major is preferred.

Worker Type:

Student / Intern (Fixed Term) (Trainee)

Number of Openings:


EEO Statement

Eversource Energy is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, disability status, or protected veteran status.

VEVRRA Federal Contractor

Emergency Response:

Responding to emergency situations to meet customers’ needs is part of every employee’s role. If employed, you will be given an Emergency Restoration assignment. This means you may be called to assist during an emergency outside of your normal responsibilities, work hours and location.