The Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses (“CEB”) are wholly owned subsidiaries of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (“CEI”). The CEBs develop, own and operate renewable energy projects and provide energy services to wholesale, commercial and government customers throughout the United States.
The CEB’s include the unregulated energy companies ConEdison Solutions, ConEdison Energy, ConEdison Development, and Competitive Shared Services, and are a leading national provider of energy and energy services. The CEBs have more than 1000 MW of solar photovoltaic projects and wind farm projects in various stages of operation and development nationwide and is the 5th largest solar company in the United States.
This is your opportunity to join our talented professionals as a Summer Intern in any of our divisions. We offer students a full-time (40 hours/week), 10-week paid internship program that runs from June 4th through August 10th. This internship is located in our Valhalla, NY office.
As an HR Intern, you will gain exposure to several areas within HR including, Recruiting, onboarding, compensation, benefits, wellness programs, Human Resources Information System (HRIS) and general administration. You will have the opportunity to work on both day-to-day and project work in these areas and you’ll experience firsthand the important role HR plays in solving key business and people issues.
We are seeking a bright, proactive, and resourceful intern to join our Human Resources team
Equal Opportunity Employer: Consolidated Edison is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, affirms in policy and practice its commitment to recruit, hire, train, and promote, in all job classifications, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, citizenship, eligible veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by law.
Con Edison is a federal contractor subject to VEVRAA and desires to receive priority referrals of protected veterans.
You must be eligible to work in the US independent of company sponsorship.