Amazon Web Services (AWS) is seeking a Data Center Engineer to drive project implementation, capacity upgrades and operations support in data centers through the use of colocation facilities, which meet strict quality and performance levels across the globe.
As one of our Data Center Engineers, you will work directly with our Design Engineering, Construction, Operations, and Commissioning teams at the Data Centers within your assigned region.
You will be the engineering representative on behalf of the Data Center Engineering Team responsible for the successful delivery of projects, upgrades, reworks and operations support.
The ideal candidate thrives in a fast growing environment, understands the best practices for service oriented product delivery and has extensive experience within the arena of domestic and international data center delivery.
Data Center Engineer must have experience including troubleshooting, operation and preventative maintenance of mission-critical facilities and associated MEP components.
You may also be required to respond to off hour calls in regard to emergent events and contribute to the resolution of various data center performance impacting infrastructure issues.
As the Data Center Engineer, you will directly support construction and be a part of the process from inception through construction and commissioning, ultimately leading to site turnover.
Post-handover you will be the subject matter expert for all things engineering to support operations within the first room and for successive builds.
You will assist in deployment of Upgrade projects and operations support of data center environments, which maintain the highest performance standards and utilize innovation to reduce budgets and increase efficiency.
Teamwork is absolutely necessary for us to accomplish our goals. You must be able to work within a team and depend on others to accomplish the required tasks.
utility providers, equipment manufacturers, vendors, and contractors.
especially data centers, while understanding the constructability concerns of varying designs.
Data Center Engineers are responsible for the following :
Ø Understand the design, functionality, capabilities and operational controls of the Data Center(s) within your assigned Region.
Ø Provide Engineering Support for the Construction and Commissioning Teams during Project Delivery
Ø Provide direct hands on support to the onsite operations team including failure event support and root cause analysis, maintenance and troubleshooting support, best practices, maintenance initiatives and operating procedure review.
Ø Leveraging from your direct input into the resolution of operational issues, provide direct influence over all designs for new sites and legacy Data Center upgrades.
Ø Responsibility for the design, implementation and handoff of capital expenditure upgrades to existing data center spaces as well as ensuring that these upgrades are built into the next phase / building design.
Ø Work with internal teams to trouble shoot problems and conduct Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Corrective Actions (CA) for design related problems affecting the efficient and resilient operation of the site.
Ø Work with commissioning teams to ensure that critical infrastructure is properly tested as well as validating installation, operation, and performance of the critical electrical / mechanical systems.
Ø Review and approve equipment submittals where necessary for first phase installations and for changes as they are proposed.
Ø Interface with internal data center design teams, server hardware teams, environmental health and safety teams to promote standards that maintain consistency and reliability in the systems and equipment installed within the site(s).
Ø When requested to provide support for other sites / regions, travel for site review and conduct engineering evaluations, audits, and site launches.
Ø Work on concurrent projects in multiple geographical regions.
Ø Have fun and work hard!
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