Verisk Energy Transition GEM- Wood Mackenzie Early intern experience 2021- CR in New York, New York
/The Early Intern Experience is an opportunity for students to get a unique understanding of the workplace, while still early enough in their studies to allow the experience to shape their educational programs. We invite expected 2023 and 2024 graduates to apply to this paid position. During the course of 12 weeks, you will have an opportunity to join our team and collaborate on short and long term projects that contribute to business success./
/While all students from all schools are welcome, students who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented, including but not limited to Black, Hispanic, Native American, students with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply./
We are searching for an independent, energetic and multifaceted individuals to work with Solar Market & Wind Research Teams. We have opportunities for interns to work within a team of energy industry experts through the summer. The successful candidate will work on a project core to the ongoing research and development within the Energy Transition and Renewables Research team.
The successful candidate must have enthusiasm for the Energy business, data skills, and possess excellent interpersonal skills to maintain and improve relationships with the wider team and Wood Mackenzie's business. As a member of an open, dynamic and innovative team, the intern will carry out research on an emerging theme within the energy business. Interns will have the chance to work alongside leading Analysts and industry authorities in their field while assisting in the creation and implementation of research products to advance the maturity and competitiveness of the global renewables industry.
The target dates for the internship are 7 June 2021 – 27 August 2021.
The Intern Program is not eligible for work visa sponsorship. If you will require work visa sponsorship after completing your degree, you do not meet the basic requirements of the summer Intern role.
Proficiency with MS Office suite including Access & Excel
Proficiency working with large data sets is required (database or programming skills desired)
Strong Analytical & Writing Skills
Interest in the Power and Renewables and overall Electricity Sector
The ability to work closely with colleagues to design and deliver high quality solutions
Adhere to best practices and maintainability while freely knowledge sharing with colleagues
The ability to learn to synthesize historical and forecast data
Must be working towards Bachelors or in Masters program (2nd year) as of June 2020 in related field such as economics, finance, or engineering.
Must be able to work in Boston, MA without relocation or housing assistance.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.