Originally posted to Sarah Rubenoff at Data Center Frontier
As we approach the first winter holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic, the evolving tech landscape continues to boost demand for more and more data centers. And colocation facilities are ramping up their employee counts, as well. See below for the top November data center jobs, starting with three opportunities in Northern Virginia’s ‘Data Center Alley.’
Lead Electrical Commissioning Engineer
This position is with a leader in critical facilities assessment and commissioning services in the U.S. The new Engineer will manage daily commissioning activity meetings. The chosen candidate will also interface with clients, contractors, equipment vendors and owners’ agents as needed, execute project assignments; interface with project contractors, vendors, and testing technicians, interact with all facets of the company: engineering, and more. This position requires 10-15 or more years of experience in the electrical field.
Mechanical Commissioning Engineer
This opportunity is with a company that provides commissioning, consulting and management expertise in the data center and mission critical facilities space. The new engineer will manage projects, plans, provide and gather specifications, and execute assignments in a multidisciplinary mechanical engineering commissioning role for large facility projects. Verticals covered in this position include government, commercial, financial services, hospitals, or institutional in large, complex facilities and mission critical facilities like data centers. This spot requires five to 10 years of experience in the mechanical/HVAC field.
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