Careers at AIS

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We are always looking for superior candidates to bolster our team — particularly those who are proactive and have a can-do attitude.

Job openings are itemized below; click on a title to view more detailed information about careers. If interested in applying, please embed your resume with your cover letter in an email and send it to careers@americanis.net with the name of the desired position in the subject line.

AIS is an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, or any other protected class.


Responsible for building, scaling, and operating the AIS regional network (San Diego / Phoenix / Los Angeles) and providing high-availability cloud resources to our enterprise clients. Focuses on and is responsible for setting up, operating, and scaling AIS cloud infrastructure, ensuring mission-critical systems are running and available at all times. The Storage Applications Engineer reports to the Senior Applications Engineer on the Network and Managed Services team.


Responsible for installing, configuring, and managing enterprise-grade VMware infrastructure in a Service Provider environment. Able to develop and maintain standard operating procedures, and be capable of training peers and less knowledgeable personnel. Five to seven years of experience in the management and maintenance of VMware and virtualized server environments and hosted applications. Technical skills required include VCP/VCAP and related certifications; vSphere ESXi, vCenter and Update Manager expertise; and a well-rounded understanding of related infrastructure such as SAN / NAS storage, switches, and Dell servers. The candidate must have a strong knowledge of VMWare virtualization and its underlying technologies.


This position on the Network Operations team is responsible for infrastructure applications and special projects, including firewall configuration and management, load-balancing, monitoring applications, and standards compliance. The Applications Engineer will be responsible for specification, implementation and testing of client network applications, and ensuring mission-critical systems are running and available at all times.


The Systems Engineer, in coordination with senior technical management and the Network Operations team, is responsible for engineering and administration of internal and client-facing service delivery platforms. The Network Operations team is tasked with scaling and operating the AIS regional network (LA / San Diego / Phoenix), building and managing AIS’s enterprise-grade cloud services platforms, installing and operating internal applications, and providing professional services. The Systems Engineer reports to the Director of Network Operations and is responsible for ensuring mission-critical systems are available at all times.


Responsible for the entire mechanical systems infrastructure design, operation, and maintenance (including all mechanical plants, stand-alone systems, and building automation systems) and works to ensure standardization of intent and application across the various facilities. Responsible for ensuring maximum reliability, availability, and productivity of the environment from a mechanical infrastructure perspective. Operates and maintains environmental conditioning systems to ensure maximum operational uptime. Normally has a professional certification with 10 to 15 years of mechanical systems installation and systems operations experience with chilled water system operations and maintenance and/or larger data center operations with direct expansion floor-mounted units.


Performs low and medium voltage systems operational and maintenance tasks consistent with IEEE, manufacturer’s specifications, industry best practices, and local procedure. Prepares, installs, energizes, de-energizes, and removes low voltage power distribution as required. Performs additional duties as directed by supervisor; responds as directed during operational contingencies. Requires, at a minimum, “journeyman electrician” certification. Normally, in addition to meeting “journeyman” certification, meets fundamental NEC/IEEE electrical training requirements for functionality and has a minimum of six months experience working in a data center specific environment.


The primary responsibility is to provide clients with the highest quality of customer service and support. Additional tasks include: network and computer troubleshooting, facility monitoring, facility access control, inventorying client equipment, running and termination of Ethernet cable, and provisioning client cabinets and racks. A CSE must demonstrate advanced customer relations skills and knowledge of data center operations.


The AIS Business Development Manager will be assigned a territory and will hunt for new client opportunities. Focus on SMB and enterprise-level accounts and prospects that are between $250M and $10 Billion in total revenue with an acute focus on colocation, network and managed services within the Southwest Region.


Reporting to the VP of Sales, the Inside Sales Representative will be selling to small and medium business in the San Diego and Phoenix metropolitan areas. This is a sales-closing position and only those with full sales cycle responsibility and a track record of consistent success will be considered. Diligently making outbound calls and proactively working leads is a key part of this role that also includes other duties as assigned.