Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure and Operations (MCIO) is the engine that powers Microsoft's cloud services. The team is responsible for designing, building and operating our unified global datacenters; managing the demand planning and capacity utilization of our unified infrastructure; and responsible for all of the operations needed to run the physical infrastructure (including supply chain, hardware, power, security, and workflow teams). We focus on smart growth with an emphasis on automation, data driven engineering, cost-effectiveness and environmental sustainability.
We deliver the core infrastructure and foundational technologies for Microsoft's over 200 online businesses including Bing, MSN, Office 365, Xbox Live, Skype, OneDrive and the Microsoft Azure platform. Our infrastructure is comprised of a large global portfolio of more than 100 datacenters and 1 million servers. Our portfolio is built and managed by a team of subject matter experts working 24x7x365 to support services for more than 1 billion customers and 20 million businesses in over 90 countries worldwide.
At the forefront of the action in MCIO is our Datacenter Operations (DCO) Group!
In the Critical Environments (CE) Facility Manager role, you will have an opportunity to work alongside a dynamic team of industry professionals across the Information Technology (IT) and CE spectrum, supporting 24x7x365 mission-critical Datacenters (DC). Possessing a wide range of knowledge in mechanical, electrical, and building management systems will be crucial in your primary role of supporting infrastructure equipment, processes, and workflows amongst the DC Site(s) in your campus! Specific tasks will range from assisting with new facility design & commissioning, to driving cost/energy efficiency projects for operating and maintaining these systems. The sites in-which you will be responsible will also vary greatly ranging from Leased Facilities with traditional chilled water plants and Static UPS modules to Owned/Operated Facilities with adiabatic cooling and Kinetic UPS systems.
Engineering awareness, interpersonal skills, and communication maturity will be pivotal in bringing your project management and technical abilities to life, supporting Microsoft’s success in the Cloud!
• 10+ Years’ experience operating mission-critical, 24x7x365 facilities or electrical infrastructures
• B.S. degree or equivalent Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical or Process Engineering experience
• 3+ Years’ experience working on large scale projects. PMI Certification a plus.
• 5+ Years’ of engineering design experience
• Basic experience with physical IT infrastructures (e.g. Servers, SANs, Networking, etc.)
• Strong experience with the operation and maintenance of building cooling and related mechanical systems (HVAC, Chilled Water, DX Refrigerant, cooling and controls systems)
• Strong experience with the operation and maintenance of building electrical systems (Power distribution, lighting, grounding, fire alarm, security, life safety, and controls systems)
• Established understanding of Electrical Power Monitoring Systems (EPMS), Branch Circuit Monitoring (BCM), Building Automation Systems (BAS), and Battery Monitoring Systems (BMS)
• Knowledge of construction techniques, terminology, and documentation (Ability to interpret blueprints, electrical one-lines, construction drawings etc.)
Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected status.
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