Technology Enterprise Services (TES) aims to provide employees with robust technology infrastructure and strategic workplace solutions to deliver a consistent employee experience around the world, while managing information security and data integrity. Teams are aligned to support the firm’s functions; Business Relationship Management (BRM), Enterprise Security (ES) Global Digital Workplace (GDW), Global Technology Infrastructure (GTI), Global Information Security (GIS), Global Real Estate (GRE), and Global Shared Services (GSS).
Our data centers house mission critical systems that support Blackrock’s businesses. These facilities operate 24/7 and risks must be managed to allow for continual operational up-time. The Data Center & Engineering Technician will have responsibility for the operations and maintenance at BlackRock’s data center. The DC Engineer will report directly to the Chief Engineer.
•Responsibilities include the support of all data center engineering and technology operations, facility and grounds maintenance, and other site support functions. •The successful candidate should have strong experience operating and maintaining mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) equipment. •They will be part of a team that is accountable for the operational performance readiness, reliability, and integrity of the mission-critical infrastructure systems and IT systems, which include the following: Air Handling Units (AHU’s), UPS’s, PDU’s, Generators, Fuel Pumps and Fuel Storage, Switchgear, Utility Feeds, Transfer Switches, Pumps, Water Piping, Fire Detection, Fire Suppression, Access Control, Monitoring, SCADA, and Leak Detection systems.
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•3 to 5 years’ experience building engineering, facilities management, data center operations, or related experience is required. •The candidate must have knowledge of the racking and stacking servers, the installation of network cables & fiber, and the repair of minor server issues. •Incumbent needs to have experience resetting alarms, operating breakers and switches, starting back-up systems, etc. •This individual will be required to respond to IT functional team service call tickets and the oversee service contract providers that support the Facility and Technology Infrastructure Systems. •Strong knowledge of mission critical cooling systems, power systems, mechanical systems, and/or fire suppression systems is required. •Project management skills are a must. •The incumbent needs to have working familiarity with Microsoft Office, Outlook, Auto Cad and Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software •This individual must be available for shift work, weekend work, and on-call escalated problems on a 24/7 basis •An understanding of how these systems function and ability to perform corrective measures is a must.
•Associates degree in Engineering, Facilities Engineering, Data Center Operations, Military, or equivalent related life experience preferred; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. •IT, Electrical, or HVAC certifications or licenses a plus
Internal Number: R181339
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