Internship Details

Bright Wood Corporation
Website:
http://www.brightwood.com/
Internship Title
Energy Management Intern
Area Industry Minimum Age Hourly Rate Interns Needed
Jefferson County Construction 18 $15.00 1
Resume Required Requires Cover Letter Interview Required Hours Per Week Days Per Week
Yes No Yes 20+, Flexible based on availability Mon-Fri and potential weekends based on availability
Application Deadline Start Date End Date Computer Knowledge Drug Screening
Until Filled 2020-03-23 Timeframe for ef Yes No
Background Check Lift Requirements
No

Minimum to moderate - Manufacturing environment


Description

Bright Wood would like to hire one Energy Management Intern. The intern program is proposed to focus on a leak check-and-repair process already in use in the Bright Wood system. 

Bright Wood Corporation would recruit, hire, train, and manage the intern for a period of 6-12 months and spend at least 50% of their hours focused on the objectives of the Energy Management Intern described below. The intern would report to a designated Bright Wood Corporation leader and communicate progress with an Energy Trust representative. 

The prospective intern should have some mechanical skills and be willing to work non-standard hours to facilitate data gathering and repair simple air leaks in production equipment areas. 

The program focus would include the following: 

  • Reduce and eliminate compressed air leaks in the Madras, Redmond, and Prineville facilities. 
  • Conduct leak/load tests at the beginning of the internship to help identify high leak areas and provide baseline data. 
  • Learn the “Quick Fix” program used in Plant 7 (See Appendix – Standard Work Practice) and replicate the process in other Bright Wood plants. 
  • Conduct a leak/load test at the end of the internship, or other times as appropriate, to document leak reductions. 
  • Present the work results to Bright Wood staff and PDC at the completion of the internship. 
Educational Aspect

*  Learn the operational aspects of Bright Wood Corp and how important this effort will be to managing the efficiency of the energy utilization of the plant.  

*  There will be new tools and processes learned on how to monitor the air system and detect deficiencies.  The leaks will be tagged, recorded and repaired. 

*  A report will be created in the Bright Wood tracking system for each occurance.

*  You will be trained on how to monitor, detect, repair and report compressed air leaks. 

*  There are specific reporting requirements on where the air leaks are and the needed steps to repair.  

*  The assigned Intern will be learn and be responsible for ordering and tracking the needed parts for the repairs.

*  At the conclusion of the effort there will be an overall report required.

 

Further Requirements

*  After training Intern may be able to work on different work shifts based on available.  Weekends will also be available after training.

*  If student is interested there are more details upon request.  

Lift Requirements

Minimum to moderate - Manufacturing environment


Bright Wood Corporation
Website:
http://www.brightwood.com/
Internship Title
Energy Management Intern
AreaIndustry
Jefferson CountyConstruction
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
18$15.00
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
1No
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
YesUntil Filled
Start DateEnd Date
2020-03-23Timeframe for ef
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
20+, Flexible based on availabilityYes
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
NoNo

Description

Bright Wood would like to hire one Energy Management Intern. The intern program is proposed to focus on a leak check-and-repair process already in use in the Bright Wood system. 

Bright Wood Corporation would recruit, hire, train, and manage the intern for a period of 6-12 months and spend at least 50% of their hours focused on the objectives of the Energy Management Intern described below. The intern would report to a designated Bright Wood Corporation leader and communicate progress with an Energy Trust representative. 

The prospective intern should have some mechanical skills and be willing to work non-standard hours to facilitate data gathering and repair simple air leaks in production equipment areas. 

The program focus would include the following: 

  • Reduce and eliminate compressed air leaks in the Madras, Redmond, and Prineville facilities. 
  • Conduct leak/load tests at the beginning of the internship to help identify high leak areas and provide baseline data. 
  • Learn the “Quick Fix” program used in Plant 7 (See Appendix – Standard Work Practice) and replicate the process in other Bright Wood plants. 
  • Conduct a leak/load test at the end of the internship, or other times as appropriate, to document leak reductions. 
  • Present the work results to Bright Wood staff and PDC at the completion of the internship. 
Educational Aspect

*  Learn the operational aspects of Bright Wood Corp and how important this effort will be to managing the efficiency of the energy utilization of the plant.  

*  There will be new tools and processes learned on how to monitor the air system and detect deficiencies.  The leaks will be tagged, recorded and repaired. 

*  A report will be created in the Bright Wood tracking system for each occurance.

*  You will be trained on how to monitor, detect, repair and report compressed air leaks. 

*  There are specific reporting requirements on where the air leaks are and the needed steps to repair.  

*  The assigned Intern will be learn and be responsible for ordering and tracking the needed parts for the repairs.

*  At the conclusion of the effort there will be an overall report required.

 

Further Requirements

*  After training Intern may be able to work on different work shifts based on available.  Weekends will also be available after training.

*  If student is interested there are more details upon request.  

Lift Requirements

Minimum to moderate - Manufacturing environment


Area Coordinator

Debbie Taylor
debbie@edcoinfo.com
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