When you work at Great Lakes Water Authority, you help make a difference in the environment and in your local community.
“One water, one team” is more than just a phrase, it’s a way of doing business. Here, you don’t work for GLWA, you work with GLWA. We are racing toward a shared goal to become the region’s most-trusted, high-quality water and wastewater resource
Are you looking for a paid internship or a part -time role in your field while completing your engineering or business degree? We are looking for two part-time team members or two (2) summer interns to assist with the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) projects, along with general Asset Management Strategic Organization (AMSO) data clean-up and asset auditing.
You will assist with the requirements gathering for the EAM upgrade project. Our interns will also help to coordinate the SAMP project and teams, as well as, capture appropriate data for use in the development of the SAMP. While the SAMP could be finalized in July, work on the Wastewater Asset Management Plan (WWAMP) and other implementation projects will begin in June. As an intern on this team, you will participate in performing asset audits both in the field and within our work management system.
Deliberately set out to gain knowledge, skill, and/or further understanding of the water quality and water resource recovery industry.
Gain knowledge from on-the-job experience or experiential learning
Experience gained in the classroom and through personal application will be accepted.
Applicants should possess excellent organization skills, initiative and the ability to follow through on projects;
You will be required to manage details, able to set priorities, and meet deadlines;
Internal Number: 296
About Great Lakes Water Authority
The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) is a regional water and sewer authority that services nearly 40 percent of the water customers in Michigan.
Through regional collaboration, GLWA strives to be the provider of choice dedicated to efficiently delivering the nation’s best water and sewer services in partnership with our customers.
To exceed our customers’ expectations by utilizing best practices in the treatment and transmission of water and wastewater, while promoting healthy communities and economic growth.