Consumers Energy has a variety of jobs that require varying levels of education, training and experience. We offer career opportunities to match your choice in a job and career.
You can grow professionally alongside one of our nearly 8,000 employees and have an opportunity to change careers or work in different parts of the state while remaining employed by the same company.
Your first job with Consumers Energy may lead to great opportunities. A number of entry-level employees and former interns have made their way through the ranks to top-level management positions with the company.
Careers in Energy Week Oct. 13-19
Some positions require that you successfully complete various tests, which are certified through the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and other publishing companies.
- On either of the sites below, enter base in the Name field and ball in the Password field to gain access to the information. This information will help prepare you for pre-employment tests for jobs in the meter reading, plant operations and construction fields.
- EEI Testing Brochures
- Plant Operator/Maintenance practice test
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If you experience any problems creating a profile or applying for one of our jobs, please reach out and let us assist you in applying by sending us an email.
Careers in Energy Week October 13-19
Today’s math, science and technology students will be tomorrow’s leading energy providers, helping people and businesses power their day and create new and innovative products and services.
We’re pleased to work with DTE Energy and the Michigan Energy Workforce Development Consortium to support and raise awareness for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.
As Michigan’s two largest utilities, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy combine to:
- Employ 17,000 people and hire about 1,200 new employees across the state each year
- Provide co-op and internship opportunities to more than 500 high school and college students every year
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