Energy Intelligence Intern

Position Details

Organization: EnerNOC
Level: Undergraduate Start/End Dates:
June 1, 2016 to August 31, 2016
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Description

EnerNOC, a leading provider of cloud-based energy intelligence software (EIS), has the need for an Energy Intelligence (EI) Intern to join our world-class Professional Services organization. The EI intern will help the EI team deliver EnerNOC’s EIS solutions to a wide array of enterprise customers by supporting product advancement, training initiatives and customer delivery.

The right candidate will demonstrate technical capability, analytical reasoning and creativity to develop the tools and processes needed to advance our business. The EI intern will help engineers and analysts with developing customer-facing deliverables and will work with a high performing, multi-disciplinary team.


About the Job:

  • Assist energy engineers and analysts with customer-facing reports and deliverables

  • Monitor and manage data quality for customer’s portfolios

  • Gather, synthesize, and draw inferences from diverse datasets

  • Improve scalability, quality, and operational efficiency by assisting with tool development and process improvement

  • Conduct other ad hoc analyses and administrative duties as required by the EI team or internal/external customers

Application Requirements

About You:

  • Current student or recent graduate of a 4-year undergraduate program

  • Superior computer skills, including MS-Office

  • Superior attention to detail and deadline

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills

Above and Beyond:

  • Passion for the energy industry and energy efficiency

  • Programming experience in Ruby, Python, Java, JavaScript or similar

  • Strong self-motivation with the ability to work in an agile, fast-paced, forward-moving environment

  • Strong customer relations skills

  • Experience with Salesforce.com applications

  • Experience using MS Visual Basic

  • Familiarity with computer science, including ‘R’ or other programming languages

  • Familiarity with basic financial performance metrics