Are you a Data Centre Engineer looking to grow within the industry?
You'll have the opportunity to step into the role of Systems Engineer, where you’ll be responsible for managing all things systems within 2 DC facilities. You'll play a crucial role in network monitoring, systems monitoring, and contract management for the broader business.
You'll thrive in this role if you possess a DC Engineering background, wide-ranging experience, industry expertise in Telecoms, and a valid driver's license. If you're motivated to grow within your career, have site engineering skills, and are eager for career growth, rather than retirement, this opportunity is tailored for you.
- You'll have the autonomy to shape your role and put your stamp on it as the business evolves. This is an excellent opportunity for personal and career growth.
- You’ll learn, and continue to be upskilled on, cutting-edge technology in the DC and networking space.
- You'll gain invaluable industry experience, working with telecommunications, datacentres, and transmission systems.
You’ll join a leading developer, owner, and operator of unique fibre-optic projects across North America and Europe. Their innovative approach to developing next-generation networks brings new long-haul backbone routes to telecommunications carriers and large enterprises.
If you're excited about the prospect of the role, please apply by clicking the link below.
- Utilise your experience to manage and maintain data centre infrastructure and related systems, including HVAC, emergency generators, DC rectifiers, fire detection, and more
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- Build and manage networks, with an emphasis on low latency networks and wireless expertise
- Combine project management and facilities management skills to oversee small subsea networks and ensure their efficient operation
Experience & Skills
- Transmission / Data Centre Design
- Driver's License: A valid driver's license is required.
- Living Birmingham down and able to get to data centres as and when needed (once per month average)