Business Strategy Development Intern
Maple Grove, MN 55369 US
|Job Title||Transmission Business Strategy & Development Intern|
|Location||Maple Grove, MN; eligibility for hybrid|
|Shift/Hours||1st Shift FT Summer 2024|
|Education||Currently enrolled in a bachelor's or master's degree in business, engineering, economics, finance, pre-law, or related field.|
|Salary||$26 - $32/hr|
|Why Vision/Benefits||We challenge employees and present them with career opportunities with some of the most successful businesses in the area. Our employees' occupational goals, skills, and background experience are represented truthfully and marketed to match the hiring needs of small-,mid-sized, and Fortune 300 companies. Benefits include; paid time off, paid holidays, health insurance (medical, dental, vision), term life insurance, short term disability benefits, 401K, competitive wages, pay increases and bonuses based on performance. We also have safety and employee referral bonuses, and gift giveaways throughout the year. Plus an amazing team of recruiters to support and advocate for you!|
|Company Info||Our client is a not-for-profit electric cooperative providing wholesale power to 27 distribution cooperatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Their member cooperatives distribute that electricity to families, farms, and businesses – serving almost 1.7 million people.|
*~* If Interested in applying, please submit your resume via email to: Jobs@myvisionco.com *~*
Great River Energy is seeking a summer Transmission Business Strategy & Development intern located in our Maple Grove, MN headquarters with the eligibility to work in a hybrid environment. The Transmission Business Strategy & Development team is responsible for the business aspects of the transmission division and the development and executing Great River Energy’s forward transmission strategies. In this role you will utilize critical thinking skills as a transmission and regulatory policy expert to perform analysis and research, and synthesize information to develop policy positions, strategies, and recommendations supporting the transmission needs of GRE’s member-owners. The intern will be responsible for working across multiple transmission functions and roles – providing an opportunity to gain first-hand experience in many fields.
The majority of work will be performed in a normal office environment. The ability to clearly and comfortably view, interpret, and process information via a computer monitor for extended periods of time during normal working hours is required. Some tasks may require repetitive motions, i.e. computer work.
We provide competitive internship pay.Duration of the internship will be FT during May – August 2024.