At Enbridge, ‘energy’ means more than lighting up businesses, heating up our customers’ homes, or fueling cars, buses and trucks. It’s our way of life!
As a summer student working for one of North America’s largest natural gas storage, transmission and distribution company, we commit to providing you with an exciting, rewarding and engaging experience.
We know that when your initiative and talents align with our vision and values, we create good energy. You will work as part of an innovative and collaborative team to develop the practical skills needed to build your future career.
In the role of Pipelines Control Systems Intern, you will assist with the design, administration and maintenance of process control, networking, and data communication systems required for pipeline system expansions and upgrades. It’s an excellent job for people who get deep technical experience.
This is a 3-month placement starting in June 2024, located in Superior, Wisconsin.
What you will do:
- Assist with the design, administration and maintenance of process control, networking, and data communication systems required for pipeline system expansions and upgrades.
- Assist with the implementation of capital projects related to process control or data communication systems.
- Assist with technical support for the ongoing operation of installed systems in the areas of process control and data communication system technologies. This includes recommending solutions to operational issues and resolving problem reports.
- Participate in failure analyses and investigations related to the process control and related systems used in operations.
- Identify opportunities for further enhancements to the Enbridge control system through on-going R&D, control system commissioning support and lessons learned analyses.
- Assist with capital budget submissions directed at maintaining and advancing Enbridge’s process control and data communication systems and enhancing the Department’s services related to these areas. This includes preparing cost estimates, execution strategies and business case justifications for the submissions.
Who you are:
- You are currently enrolled in a full time post-secondary program studying Engineering (Process, Electrical, Chemical, Mechanical, Industrial, or other relevant engineering or technology degree and will be returning to full time school immediately following the work term.
- Effective and professional communication both verbal and written with ability to communicate with all levels within the organization.
- Strong problem solving and analytical skills.
- Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently.
- Effective time management and organizational skills with a keen attention to detail.
- Solid computer skills and experience using MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook).
- Ability to actively and consistently represent Enbridge’s core values (Safety, Integrity, Respect, Inclusion).
- Office based role, located in Superior, Wisconsin
- Relocation assistance is not provided.
Please note that this is a role providing contract labor to Enbridge through Raise, who manages Enbridge’s Student Contractor Program. If you are selected for this position, you will be employed by Raise and will not be an employee of Enbridge.
Please include in your application: Resume and Current School Transcripts.
Our student candidate experience gives you the opportunity to apply for this role as a complete person. We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from all groups, including, but not limited to, women, racialized and marginalized/global majority, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as 2S/LGBTQIA+, veterans, and people with disabilities. Do let us know if you would like any accommodations regarding your application process via email at email@example.com or via phone at 1-800-567-9675. We also welcome applications from international students through OPT/CPT support. We look forward to hearing from you.
Physical and Mental Requirements:
Physical Requirements include but are not limited to:
Grasping, kneeling, light – moderate lifting (objects up to 45 pounds), reaching above shoulder, repetitive motion, sitting, standing, visual requirement (able to see screens, detect color coding, read fine print), hearing requirement.
Mental Requirements include but are not limited to:
Ability to: understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions or other information, understand complex problems and collaborate/explore alternative solutions, organize thoughts and ideas into understandable terminology, organize and prioritize work schedule on a short-term basis, make decisions which have moderate impact on the immediate work unit and monitor impact outside this area, understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines, complete routine forms, compose letters, outlines, memoranda and basic reports and communicate with individuals via telephone.