Is this program the same as an internship?
This program is different from an internship opportunity. Trainees are hired as full-time employees within AES, with entry-level salaries and benefits.
Trainee applicants must have already graduated from their college or university with a Bachelor’s degree by January 2021.
How do I apply to the Energy4Talent program?
To apply for the Energy4Talent program, you only need to click on the link that corresponds to the location/where you would like to work.
Please only apply through one of the links; there is no competitive advantage gained by applying more than once.
What is the start date of the Energy4Talent program?
The program is scheduled to begin the week of January 11, 2021.
More details will be provided to selected candidates as we are closer to the start date.
What do I need in order to apply to the Energy4Talent program?
To apply to the program, you need to have an updated resume to upload into our platform and respond to questions within the AES online application available through the application links.
Since the process will be completely virtual, be sure that you have good internet connectivity and video capability to successfully complete each step of the process.
What steps do I have to go through as part of the application process?
Our recruiting process for this program consists in several steps throughout the course of 3 months. You can find more information in the figure below.
How do I check the status of my application?
You will receive email updates from our team throughout the process, indicating if you were selected to move on to the next stage or not. If you move forward, you will be informed of requirements to complete the next steps.
Please make sure to provide an email address that you frequently use and to check your spam folder to make sure our emails are arriving in your inbox.
What are the necessary requirements to apply to the Energy4Talent Program?
To qualify for the program, you must have graduated your undergraduate college degree between December 2018 and December 2020. No formal work experience is necessary to be considered.
You must also have advanced/fluent English, and be legally authorized to work in the location you apply to.