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North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation Energy Delivery Intern in Raleigh, North Carolina

Energy Delivery Intern

Academic and Trade Qualifications:

  • Pursuing an Electrical Engineering degree with a desire to problem solve. Ideally the student should be entering their

  • Junior or Senior level course work.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (Access and VBA a plus).

  • Able to work in normal office and outdoor conditions..

  • Perform well both individually and within a team.

  • Able to be responsible for a project from start to finish.

  • Strong communications skills with an emphasis on developing presentations and reports.


    Experience working in an office environment is desirable.

    Job Responsibilities:

Transmission Planning

  • Assist with annual delivery point load forecasts and power factor cost studies.

  • Apply technical problem-solving skills to recommend improvements to processes.

  • Assist with the analysis of data and development of presentations.

  • Monitor developments and trends in transmission planning and other factors related to NCEMC's delivery of power to its Member EMCs.


  • Assist with annual work plan and budget preparations.

  • Communicating research and results to management through reports and presentations.

  • Assisting with development and monitoring of Renewable Energy and Grid Modernization programs.

  • Developing professional skills.

    Job Knowledge:

    A basic knowledge of the electric utility industry is desirable. Must know engineering economy principles.

    Abilities and Skills:

    Must be able to effectively prepare written reports, memos, and correspondence and be able to communicate effectively with others. A detailed working knowledge about the use of personal computers is necessary, including software applications. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint is required.

    Working Conditions:

    Normal office conditions with several site visits to member coops, microgrids, and peaking plants.