As it starts to feel a bit more like autumn across the U.S., data center companies are seeking to ramp up key staff, as reflected in the latest Data Center Frontier data center job spotlight.
Top data center industry jobs available in September includes sales positions in both Ashburn, Va., and Miami, as well as engineering and construction management positions in Atlanta.
Read on to discover some of September’s new data center and colocation opportunities:
This opportunity is with a leading provider of mission-critical design build solutions. The chosen candidate — who must have eight or more years of commercial / critical facilities MEP construction experience — will be responsible for field activities associated with the project, including supervision of all field construction work by electrical and mechanical subcontractors and self-performed work. He or she will also establishes and manages the critical work environment project objectives, performance standards, planning and Methods of Procedure, and more. Integrated product delivery experience is a huge plus for this provider.
Data Center Facility Engineer
This opportunity is with a mission-critical data center developer, wholesaler and colo provider. The candidate must have seven to 10 years of data center facility operations and maintenance experience. Experience developing and writing procedures is a must, as well. The chosen candidate will operate both routine and emergency service on a variety of state of the art critical systems such as: medium voltage switchgear, diesel generators, UPS systems, power distribution equipment and more.
Data Center Construction Superintendent – Colo
This firm provides data center solutions custom-fit to the requirements of their client’s mission-critical operational facilities. The new superintendent will be responsible for field activities associated with the project, including supervision of all field construction work by electrical and mechanical subcontractors and self-performed work. He or she will also manage and mentor assistant project managers and other field personnel, and manage financial aspects of contracts. This position requires five or more years of data center or critical facilities MEP Construction experience.
Data Center Construction PM – Owners Rep
Salt Lake City, Utah
This opportunity is with a leading provider of mission-critical data center construction solutions, and the company has numerous open data center construction roles throughout the U.S. Candidates for this position must have experience managing data center construction projects with a design build firm from ground up and must be familiar with the design process of building systems for data center and mission critical projects. Responsibilities include planning and organizing large-scale data center construction project, no less than $30 million.
This opportunity is with a provider of mission-critical equipment and services and requires 10+ years experience in the electrical and mechanical commissioning field. The chosen candidate will manage commissioning team, oversight of multiple projects, plans, provide and gather specifications, and execute assignments in a multi-disciplinary commissioning role for large data centers. An electrical or mechanical engineering degree is a plus for this position.
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Cable Solutions Sales Executive – Hyperscale
The new sales exec for this leader in the critical facilities manufacturing market will reach out to new clients as well as existing contacts that have upcoming projects in the U.S. and abroad with a primary focus of selling data center power distribution equipment, cabling equipment, and DCIM solutions in the mission critical data center industry. This role requires 10 to 15 or more years of sales management experience.
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Critical Power Sales Manager
This position is with a that is a data center OEM company that is a leader in the UPS industry for critical facilities. The new sales manager will support a specific region and pursue sales opportunities that are product and solution-based. Ideal candidate will possess contacts and an established Rolodex of contacts in the data center and critical facilities marketplace. The primary candidate function will be calling on established clients and prospecting for new accounts among high-potential critical facility end-users, engineers, and subcontractors. This position requires 5-15 years of relevant sales experience with UPS, switchgear or generators.
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