Environmental Engineering Internship

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At Williams, we believe in building our bench from the ground up! Your career development starts on day one by giving you challenging work assignments to build your technical skills and business acumen. We offer challenging opportunities to the best talent throughout the country. You'll fit in if you have the ability and drive to learn from the best in the industry - and the desire to contribute to something much bigger than yourself.
_Our Internship Program Offers:_
Access to senior leadership
Field experience
Opportunity to work on meaningful projects
Technical mentoring by subject matter experts
Real-time feedback
Networking across the enterprise
Collaborative culture
As an Engineering Intern, you'll gain hands-on experience working for one of the leading energy infrastructure companies in North America. You will develop problem-solving and technical skills through real-world experience in operations, engineering, construction, and project management. By working with a team of highly-talented engineering professionals you will help create solutions that impact our business and drive efficiency.
Pursuit of a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering preferred
Majors in environmental science, environmental studies, chemistry, or related environmental or science degree will be considered
GPA of 3.0 or above preferred
Participation in campus activities or work environment; leadership positions preferred
Willingness to relocate
Eligibility to work in the U.S.
One summer remaining prior to graduation
Excellent analytical, verbal, and written communication skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint
Ability to manage multiple projects
Proven problem-solving abilities
Critical-thinking skills
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Requisition Number: 48901
Posted: 12/19/2014 - Geismar, LA

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