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Jacobs is one of the world’s leading providers in technical, professional and construction services. We specialise in architecture, engineering and construction, operations and maintenance, as well as scientific and consulting. As part of the Jacobs Internship Program, you will work on real projects, bids and tenders from the get go. Gaining valuable work experience to build on your theoretical knowledge, our program provides you the opportunity to collaborate with a range of experts and industry leaders to help guide, mentor and shape your career.
About the Opportunity: Undergraduate Energy Market Analyst
Energy providers are investing in new power generating capacity and associated infrastructure to meet their usage needs and address industry regulatory requirements. Jacobs guides our clients through every step of their project: from feasibility studies, energy master planning and programming to design and full-scale project implementation.
This is an exciting opportunity for an undergraduate to join a growing area and support in delivering accurate insights and analysis of the energy market to our clients in response to their varied strategic ambitions.
The primary responsibilities of this role are to employ a wide ranging energy, mathematical and economic skills to support members of our team in project delivery to key clients.
At Jacobs our employees are highly sought after for their specialist knowledge and experience in a specific discipline, which allows you to build upon a deep understanding of what is possible and push the boundaries in search of ever more innovative solutions for clients. As an Intern at Jacobs you will gain exposure to a range of disciplines, allowing you to build on the specialist knowledge you’ve gained at university.
The successful candidate will:
Does this sound like you?
To be part of the Jacobs Internship Program this summer, apply today!
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