Careers at AIS Data Centers
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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.
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The Sales Engineer actively drives and manages the technology evaluation and development stages of the sales process, collaborating with the Engineering, Critical Infrastructure, and customer teams to provide best-fit solutions for our clients. In order to be successful in this role, the SE must be able to develop and articulate technical solutions and communicate the value of our services to existing and prospective clients. Reporting to the VP of Sales, the SE also helps shape the products and direction of the company by communicating market needs to the rest of the company.
The Storage Applications Engineer focuses on and is responsible for design, implementation, operation and scaling of AIS Data Centers storage infrastructure, ensuring mission-critical systems are running and available at all times. As a key member of the Engineering team, the Storage Engineer collaborates with Network and Applications Engineers, Product managers, Sales Engineers and customers to provide enterprise-grade solutions to meet market demand. The Storage Applications Engineer reports to the Chief Technology Officer.
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.
Positions available in both San Diego and Phoenix. 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 Data Centers 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.