Director of Critical Infrastructure


General Description:

Director, Critical Infrastructure: is responsible for ensuring maximum reliability, availability and productivity of the production environment from an electro-mechanical infrastructure perspective at all sites. Operates and maintains power supply and distribution and environmental conditioning systems to ensure maximum operational uptime in a continuous sustainable environment. Task organizes, lead s and manages directorate personnel to ensure immediate contingency response for all infrastructure support system contingencies. Though primarily responsible for ensuring that power distribution and environmental support are delivered to the IT hardware location, the individual also has a high degree of knowledge of production floor operational standards and ensures that all measures are implemented to maximize IT system operability. Provides advice and assistance to IT hardware professionals to ensure that production floor planning measures support industry best practices. Provides training, counseling, mentoring and professional development to subordinates. Normally has a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in engineering (or higher) with a minimum of seven years systems operations and maintenance experience, or a professional certification with ten to fifteen years of systems operations and maintenance experience.


Primary workplace will be 9305 Lightwave Avenue in San Diego.


Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. No phone calls, please.


Please send resumes to: careers@americanis.com with the subject: Director, Critical Infrastructure.

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Besides our native hot standby resiliency, our enterprise customers value the geographic redundancy we provide with AIS data centers in San Diego and Phoenix. We over-engineer to handle peak traffic and have the ability to offer business continuity with redundant databases and load balancing between sites. The bottom line is we are operating with the fault tolerance of a world class service provider, which is an important consideration for the Fortune 500 enterprises we are working with. Lance Fried, CEOHold-Free Networks

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