Data Centre Engineer 5366
Data Centre Engineer Roles
If you are looking for data centre engineer jobs . This role is for a Data Centre Engineer and is a full time position and is located in Doxford. The salary is up to £31,280
The site benefits from easy access to travel links, free parking, and subsidised employee rates at the on-site restaurant. This is a permanent role working Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 17:15.
Due to the nature of our client’s work the successful candidate will need to either already have or be prepared to obtain SC Security Clearance. For this reason, we are only able to progress with applications from British Nationals.
Firstly, hardware installations/decommissions – racking of hardware, patching and configuration of devices to make them remotely accessible.
Secondly, daily hardware checks and reporting of any component failures.
Management of the eLabs service request queue – respond and implement any changes being implemented at the data centre.
CRU hardware replacements.
Also, carry out twice daily checks of every device in the mobile centre environment. Report any issues to eLabs team and remove devices from service if hardware issues are detected.
Pickup Service Requests in relation to mobile centre projects for physical device reconnection / checks and action.
Facilitate and escort engineers for any site visits for any hardware repairs.
Document and maintain the cabling schedule for copper and fibre patching as changes are made.
Maintain and update hardware asset details in Insight CMDB / DOMS.
Work alongside existing data centre teams and assist with operational tasks and audits as and when required.
Firstly, Hardware troubleshooting experience with a demonstrated ability to recognise and react to situations with a sense of urgency and problem ownership.
Also, Basic knowledge of AC/DC voltage.
Likewise, ability to apply subject matter knowledge to resolve general support issues.
An understanding of various enterprise devices and be able to install, patch and apply basic configs.
Ability to adhere to strict data centre guidelines and processes.
Intermediate computer skills with the ability to utilise computerised work order systems and inventory tracking.
Ability to look for opportunities to improve existing processes and workflow designs.
Finally, Excellent written and verbal communications; ability to listen and interface with both technical and non-technical personnel.
Technical associate degree, vendor specific training or at least 2-4 years related job experience.
Also, UTP and Fibre optic cabling installation, testing, and repair
Ability to use tools and measurements which are compliant with cabling certification and testing for fibre and copper infrastructure.
Finally, hardware knowledge from a variety of manufactures including Cisco, HP, Checkpoint, F5 and Riverbed.
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