Data Center Frontier’s first job spotlight of 2019 features an opening for a Engineering Department Head for Mission Critical Facilities in the booming Northern Virginia market. This month’s lineup also includes a sales manager position in Ashburn, Va., a Senior Commissioning Engineer role in Omaha, Neb., and more.
Data Center Frontier’s December job spotlight for the last month of 2018 features a new Data Center Construction Superintendent position located in Sunnyvale, Calif. The selection of highlighted jobs for this month, chosen from the Data Center Frontier Data Center Jobs Board, also features positions in Northern Virginia, Texas, New York, and Chicago.
Data Center Frontier’s November job spotlight features a critical facility manager opening in the booming Toronto market, as well as a variety of colocation positions in the Northern Virginia and growing Dallas markets.
Commissioning and construction positions are in high demand in the data center and colocation industries, as the need for new data center space grows at a rapid pace. That’s why Data Center Frontier is leading it’s October data center job spotlight with a Senior Commissioning Engineer position located in the Los Angeles market.
September’s Data Center Job Spotlight leads with a VP-level sales position in the booming data center market of Northern Virginia. Additional highlighted positions for this month include jobs in electrical engineering, construction project management, commissioning and more.
This month’s Data Center Job Spotlight highlights two construction project manager jobs, a data center facility manager position, and new openings for electrical engineers, as well. Opportunities span across some of the largest and fastest growing data center markets, including Northern Virginia, the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Boston and more.
This marks the very first Data Center Frontier Job Spotlight, which will be posted monthly and highlight the top jobs posted on the new Data Center Jobs Board, which was launched in partnership with Pkaza Critical Facilities Recruiting.
Do aging data centers have a future? Can they be repurposed for new applications. The Infrastructure Masons debated the topic at their recent Think Tank in Monaco.
The adoption of new technologies creates both challenges and opportunities for the data center workforce. Expect training and certification to play a large role in staffing going forward.
Data Center Frontier has partnered with Pkaza Critical Facilities Recruiting as the source for our new Data Center Jobs Boards. We talk with Peter Kazella, Founder & President of Pkaza, to get his take on careers in the data center market.