EDP opens registration for Internship Program

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EDP opens registration for Internship Program

Tuesday 17, September 2019

Company offers about 40 vacancies in the states of São Paulo, Espírito Santo and Ceará

EDP, a company that operates in all segments of the Brazilian electricity sector, opens this Monday (16th) the registrations for the 2020 internship program. The Company offers opportunities in several business areas, enabling constant development and learning in the electricity sector. Those interested can apply until October 15th through the website https://eureca.me/#!/op/estagio-edp-2020.

Those selected will occupy 32 vacancies in the state of São Paulo (capital, Mogi das Cruzes, São Jose dos Campos and Guarulhos); eight in Espírito Santo (Vitória) and three in Ceará (São Gonçalo do Amarante), with the possibility to work in the areas of administration, finance, marketing, logistics, engineering, among others. Throughout the experience, the intern will have a specific training agenda focused on his/her education.

To participate in the selection process, it is necessary:

  • Availability to work from 20 to 30 hours per week (the workload is relative to the need of the area);
  • Expected graduation from Dec/2020 and to be at least in the 2nd year of the course
  • English (level depending on the area of operation);
  • Office Suite (Word, Excel and Power Point) (level depending on the area of operation);

The selection will take place in five steps: application, requirements analysis, online test, assessment and in-person step.

EDP's internship program includes market-compatible support, meal vouchers, transportation vouchers, life insurance, medical assistance, sports incentive programs, flexible hours and partnership discounts at various establishments.

About EDP Brasil

With over 20 years of experience, EDP is one of the largest private companies in the electricity sector operating throughout the value chain. The Company, which has over 10,000 direct and outsourced employees, operates in Generation, Distribution, Transmission, Trading and Energy Services. It has six hydroelectric and one thermoelectric generation units, and serves about 3.5 million customers through its Distributors in São Paulo and Espírito Santo. Recently, it became CELESC's main shareholder in Santa Catarina. In Brazil, it is a reference in areas such as Innovation, Governance and Sustainability, having been in the B3´s Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE) for 13 consecutive years.