Data Center Careers
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PRS USA finds the best talent for the US data center and cloud infrastructure market.
We are experts in data center recruitment for data center careers and data center technician jobs and the recruiting of key senior positions and entire engineering teams. PRS USA are specialist data center recruiters working closely with world-leading organizations, end users and service providers within the fast growing US data center construction market.
We understand the unique needs of the technical data center market and work closely with global companies to place the specialist talent that they need.
Our vast experience in data centers recruitment enables us to tap into a large number of qualified technical candidates within the critical engineering and data service center industry.
How to get a data center job
To pursue a career in the data center industry, there are several steps you can take. Firstly, acquire relevant education and training, such as a degree in computer science, information technology, or a related field, to build a strong foundation of knowledge. Seek certifications in data center management or related areas to enhance your qualifications. Gaining practical experience through internships or entry-level roles in IT support or networking can be invaluable.
What jobs are in a data center?
Data centers are crucial hubs for storing, processing and managing vast amounts of digital information. Some typical roles within a data center include Data Center Technicians responsible for monitoring and maintaining servers and equipment, Network Engineers managing a network infrastructure and connectivity, Systems Administrators overseeing server configurations and software updates, Database Administrators managing databases and ensuring data integrity, Security Analysts implementing and monitoring cybersecurity measures, and Facilities Managers ensuring the efficient operation and maintenance of the data center's physical environment.
What skills are required to work in a data center?
Working in a data center demands a robust technical aptitude, starting with a solid understanding of computer hardware and software. Proficiency in networking protocols, such as TCP/IP, and knowledge of network hardware is crucial. Data center professionals should possess troubleshooting and problem-solving skills to address technical issues efficiently. Attention to detail and following standard operating procedures are essential for maintaining data center operations.
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