Data Center Operations Lead- HYBRID
Dunhill Professional Search
Sterling VA, US
This position is to support the IRS! Come work with a well established federal contractor- One of the top workplaces to work in the DMV Area!We are seeking an IT professional with technical experience managing data center operations and who has a good understanding of current data center technologies that provide compute, storage, and networking services.Responsibilities include: -Maintain standardized physical access control to the data center space by escorting and providing support and guidance for on-site vendor repairs and professional services-Perform hardware diagnostics for equipment to help assess if repairs/replacements are necessary due to failed components -Perform physical upgrades and full-on hardware swap/replacements which could require lifting physical components up to 25lbs-Document datacenter infrastructure layout, connectivity, and processes to ensure all resources are properly inventoried, maintained, accessible, and decommissioned when needed-Provide on-site support with monitoring and performing on-going maintenance for servers, appliances, tape libraries, and network equipment-Provide on-site, hands-on break-fix support for various support teams and staff, as well as responding to any server or network issues, which could include after-hours support (non-business hours)-Provide data center facilities communications, and any associated coordination, regarding electrical/power and backup needs, interactions with telecommunications providers, rack and isle cooling needs, scheduling of vendor installations, work orders, incidents tickets, etc.Required Technical Skills:*In-depth background in data center operations with extensive experience as a Data Center Administrator, or similar.*Experience with installing, monitoring, and maintaining network, server, storage, and backup hardware at the physical layer.*Ability to lift (up to 25lbs), rack, and manage server and network gear.*Ability to run and tag network cabling.*Familiarity with terminal services, console access, out of band access to physical devices (e.g., iLO/LOM management, DRACs, KVM switches and crash carts).*Basic understanding of data center electrical and environmental infrastructure (e.g., amperage, voltage, watts, current, active power, temperature, humidity, air flow, raised floors cable management and rack dimensions as it pertains to data center layout and cage design). *Willingness to respond to critical network and server errors that could occur after hours.Minimum skills and qualifications:Bachelor's Degree in IT, Computer Science or a related field preferred, or equivalent relevant experience.4-6 years of experience in Information Technology with 0-2 years of experience managing IT staff.Data center operations: Advanced: - Possess advanced hands-on understanding of data center operations, which includes IT infrastructure management, power management, cooling, cabling, and cage/rack security - Good communication skills for working with dispersed teams across multiple locationsData center networking technologies: Intermediate- Understanding of basic network architectures and associated physical network equipment and cabling technologiesData center storage technologies and protocols: Intermediate- Understanding of NAS/SAN storage architectures and technologiesPreferred skills and qualifications:- At least 7 years of data center operations experience
Residential Electrical Designer
WHO ARE WE?PEG, LLC is in its twenty-fifth year being a diverse energy efficiency, engineering, environmental and management consulting firm operating principally in the Eastern and Central United States.As a leader in Home Energy Ratings, a winner of multiple Energy Star Awards, and a standout in the construction industry, PEG has provided Home Energy Ratings for over 170,000 homes. We strive to continually improve building energy efficiency and therefore, the quality of homes and life in the communities that we service.Please visit our website at www.pegenv.com to learn more about PEG!WHO ARE YOU?Residential Electrical Designers at PEG will have the opportunity to design electrical systems for residential, multi-family residential, and light commercial projects using the industry’s leading modeling software. This position requires someone with strong knowledge of electrical engineering fundamentals and experience in the construction industry. PEG specializes in green building and design which we incorporate in each project. We are looking for someone self-motivated, detailed oriented, and hardworking to add to our dynamic team.THE ROLEJob Location:This position is based in our main office in Fairfax, VA with the option of a hybrid remote/office work schedule after the completion of the employee's 90 Day Performance Review.Essential Functions:Prepare one-line diagrams with limited input from EngineersRespond to RFI’s for the project and accurately review submittals with limited inputSolve installation problems with electrical systems - includes travelling to the site to resolve issuesPrepare floor plans showing electrical device layouts, circuitry, fixtures, equipment, etc.Review and create calculations for electrical loads and panel schedulesPrepare specifications schedules for electrical equipment and materialsLayout fire alarm devices on floor plansSelect and schedule equipment with limited oversight by Senior StaffApply risk management procedures daily to minimize our and client’s exposure to problemsUnderstand work planning and manage design process to the available hours in work planIf required, meet with contractors during and after the design processOversee deliverables to and from clientsOversee and encourage coordination between disciplinesInterface with Operations, Owners, and Subcontractors to discuss impact of work and resolution of problemsEducation/Experience:B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering is requiredE.I.T. (Engineer in Training) Certification is a plusP.E. License is NOT required but is a plus3 to 5 years of relevant work experience in designing single family, 3-story townhouses, 4-story townhouses and multi-family apartment buildings is required; experience with small commercial projects such as tenant fit outs, lounges, offices, and restaurants is a plus.Additional Requirements:Proficiency in Engineering Software such as AutoCAD MEP is required. Experience with REVIT and COMCheck is a plus.Possesses thorough knowledge of NEC and other codesUnderstands and applies concepts of voltage drop, conductor sizing, harmonics, etc.Ability to coordinate with other engineering disciplinesExcellent organizational and communication skillsStrongly motivated, well organized, and shows professional initiativeTakes ownership of assignmentsWorks well both independently and as part of the project teamRewards and BenefitsPEG LLC offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflects our commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace.Benefits include: • 20 Annual Paid Days Off (12 Days of PTO, Birthday PTO, & 7 Company Paid Holidays) • Company Sponsored Medical Insurance that includes a contribution of up to 50% off the monthly premium • Dental & Vision Insurance • 401(k) Retirement Plan with up to a 4% company match vested immediately • Basic Life & Supplemental Life • Short-Term & Long-Term Disability • Accident & Pet Insurance • Corporate Sponsored Events • Paid Professional Development & Salary Incentives through Learning/Certification Opportunities •PEG LLC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, military status, protected veteran status, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, age, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law, ordinance, or regulation.
Building Operating Engineer
Brandywine Realty Trust
Herndon VA, US
Brandywine Realty Trust is one of the largest, publicly traded, integrated real estate companies in the US, headquartered in Philadelphia, with a core focus in the Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Austin markets. Organized as a REIT, we own, develop, lease and manage an urban, town center and transit-oriented portfolio. At Brandywine, we believe excellence is rooted in process, people, and passion. We work together toward a shared vision, and within a culture emphasizing ingenuity, work/life balance, and civic engagement. We value the customer experience above all else and strive to exceed expectations in every interaction.
We are seeking an Building Operating Engineer for our Fairfax, VA location. Under direction, the Building Operating Engineer performs operating and maintenance tasks for one or more assigned properties. Functions are completed within the scope of policy and procedure guidelines, in conformance with standard operating practices, or as directed by management.
Complete necessary operating, maintenance, and repair tasks to assure maximum life and reliability of mechanical systems. Systems including, but are not limited to:
o Electrical (as allowed by applicable Codes and/or incumbent licensing)
o General building maintenance, including:
door repair and keying
miscellaneous and other
A significant duty for the Building Operating Engineer is to respond to trouble calls or requests for assistance from tenants. Completing equipment repairs and replacements is a component of the job under direction from the Chief Building Operating Engineer or Assistant Chief Building Operating Engineer.
Record maintenance and repair information in accordance with guidelines established by management direction or policy/procedure.
Maintain positive working relationships with tenants, responding to requests and issues in a timely, professional, and courteous manner.
Maintain productivity-enhancing communications and working relationships with coworkers and management.
Maintain productivity-enhancing communications and working relationships with third- party contractors and suppliers.
Attend meetings as directed by the Chief Building Operating Engineer or Property Manager. These may include training sessions led by Chief Building Operating Engineer to increase job-appropriate knowledge and skills, safety orientations, and scheduled staff meetings. Meetings may also include outside training at the direction of management.
Perform property-specific duties as assigned. These may vary from property-to-property and from incumbent-to-incumbent. Typical of these duties are:
Open and close one or more buildings each day.
Monitor building temperatures, making necessary adjustments as dictated by temperatures, tenant requirements, etc.
Perform scheduled preventative maintenance routines on engine room equipment, fan room equipment cooling tower, all motors, all house pumps and sump pumps.
Install or remove elevator pads as needed.
Report janitorial issues to Building Management.
Repair doors, ceilings, base, handrails, etc. as needed.
Clean shop areas.
Maintain air compressors for maximum efficiency.
Maintain Emergency Diesel Fire Pumps in good operating condition with weekly operation for one hour under load condition. Update logs as appropriate to confirm completed testing.
Remain familiar with alarm, security and emergency evacuation procedures.
Keep Emergency Power System in good operating condition with weekly operation for one hour under load conditions.
Maintain a log to confirm weekly testing.
Keep accurate, up-to-date records on preventative maintenance of all equipment in accordance with direction from management.
Use knowledge of chemical water treatment process and testing necessary to ensure proper treatment. Maintain log of daily test results.
Complete or facilitate basic and emergency plumbing repairs such as plugged sewer lines, urinals, commodes, faucets and water valves.
Repair and/or replace light fixtures, ballast, motors, breaker, switches and receptacles.
Re-key, repair, or change locks when necessary.
Complete all other maintenance and repair duties as assigned by the Chief
Building Operating Engineer, Assistant Chief Building Operating Engineer, or Property Manager.
Complete service and repair tickets legibly and turn in to Property Assistant or designated individual on a daily basis.
Respond to after-hours emergency calls.
Perform other duties as assigned
High School diploma or equivalent. Completion of a building trades curriculum at a recognized technical school is desirable.
Two to three years of successful experience in commercial or institutional buildings with complex mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Possess trade valid licenses as required by local regulatory authorities. Possess valid state-issued driver’s license needed to travel to adjacent properties or to respond to after-hours trouble call
Language Skills: Read and interpret English language documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Communicate orally with tenants and staff members. Provide feedback to management on progress related to specific assignments.
Mathematical Skills: Employ basic math to calculate percentages, areas, circumference, etc.
Reasoning Ability: Apply sound judgment in carrying out instructions, which come in either written, oral, or diagram form. Solve common mechanical problems inherent in building trades activities. Employ mechanical skills and knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, electrical systems and other technical subjects effectively. Apply knowledge of property-specific information to support contractors engaged to perform maintenance of one or more building systems. Apply technical training received on-the-job or in formal class settings to day-to-day activities.
Interpersonal Abilities: Exhibit excellent customer-service orientation in responding to tenant requests. Display follow-through in carrying out directions from management. Demonstrate teamwork skills in relations with co-workers.
Computer Skills: Utilize basic PC-based business software, including Microsoft products for word processing and email. Use systems tools for maintaining service records.
Genesis10 is seeking a Hardware Technician for our client in the Real Estate industry. This Contract to Hire position is located in Ashburn, VA 20147
This candidate will be required to work on site. Typical hours are 08.00 – 5.00pm although there may be some instances where late shift or weekend work may be required.
Responsibilities: Place Cabinets on the Floor per supplied drawing.
Install/remove hardware in cabinet.
Survey cable requirements, distance, type.
Terminate Cat6 cabling.
Install Cat6 and Fiber cables per provided Excel spreadsheet.
Trace/Troubleshoot installed cables.
Education Associate’s Degree or equivalent experience preferred.
Experience 2-5+ years as a Hardware Technician.
Install, configure computer hardware systems.
Candidate must have ability to multi-task with complex technical issues and have customer-focused personality.
Only candidates available and ready to work directly as Genesis10 employees will be considered for this position.
If you have the described qualifications and are interested in this exciting opportunity, please apply!
Ranked a Top Staffing Firm in the U.S. by Staffing Industry Analysts for six consecutive years, Genesis10 puts thousands of consultants and employees to work across the United States every year—in contract, contract-for-hire, and permanent placement roles. With more than 300 active clients, Genesis10 provides access to many of the Fortune 100 firms and a variety of mid-market organizations across the full spectrum of industry verticals.
Benefits of Working with Genesis10: Access to hundreds of clients, most who have been working with Genesis10 for 5-20+ years.
The opportunity to have a career-home in Genesis10; many of our consultants have been working exclusively with Genesis10 for years. • Access to an experienced, caring recruiting team (more than 7 years of experience, on average.)
Behavioral Health Platform
Medical, Dental, Vision
Health Savings Account
Voluntary Hospital Indemnity (Critical Illness & Accident)
Voluntary Term Life Insurance
Sick Pay (for applicable states/municipalities)
Commuter Benefits (Dallas, NYC, SF)
Remote opportunities available
For multiple years running, Genesis10 has been recognized as a Top Staffing Firm in the U.S., as a Best Company for Work-Life Balance, as a Best Company for Career Growth, for Diversity, and for Leadership, amongst others. To learn more and to view all our available career opportunities, please visit us at our website.
Genesis10 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran