KAMO Power, a Generation and Transmission electric cooperative operating in Oklahoma and Missouri, is seeking a GIS Intern for our Engineering department at our headquarters facility in Vinita, Oklahoma. Vinita is located in the northeast corner of Oklahoma on I-44, approximately 1 hour from Tulsa, Oklahoma and 45 minutes from Joplin, Missouri.
This internship shall perform the following functions:
Assist in building and maintaining a GIS transmission network database
Assist in the development of web based GIS applications using ESRI technologies including Operations Dashboard, Collector, Survey 123 and WebApp Builder.
Enter easement parcels from easement and other court documents
Assist in entering engineering data from drawings into transmission database.
Perform any other duties related to the position of GIS Intern as directed by the Senior GIS Analyst
Student preference would be a sophomore or junior needing a summer internship from May to August of 2019, however, exact dates could be adjusted.
Students pursuing a degree in Geospatial Science, Geospatial Engineering, Cartography or Geography, or related discipline, with an emphasis in Geographical Information Systems
About KAMO Power
KAMO Electric Cooperative, Inc. (KAMO Power), with headquarters in Vinita, Oklahoma is a Generation and Transmission (G&T) cooperative formed in 1941. KAMO has work locations in Vinita, Muskogee, Cleveland and Stillwater, Oklahoma; and in Spokane, El Dorado Springs and Neosho, Missouri.
Owned by 17 member distribution rural electric cooperatives in northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri, KAMO
serves the needs of its members by providing safe, low-cost, and reliable power and telecommunications services.
KAMO is a member-owner of Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc., (AECI) who provides the electric capacity and energy needs for KAMO and five other G&Ts in Missouri.
KAMO's annual sales exceed 7 million megawatt-hours, representing over 300,000 member-owners. As a non-profit rural electric cooperative, revenues from sales are used to cover KAMO's expenses; revenues exceeding costs are credited back to the 17 member-owners in the form of patronage capital.