At the Data Center Jobs Board, we have five new job listings from Google, which is seeking a Mechanical/Systems Engineer; Mechanical Engineer; Data Center Facilities Mechanical Engineer; Systems Engineer, Platforms; and an Electrical Engineer Data Center R&G in Mountain View, California.
The Mechanical/Systems Engineer is responsible for contributing to overall system architecture from chip to chiller with the ability to make interdisciplinary tradeoffs to optimize TCO of overall compute infrastructure, developing holistic mechanical designs from package to data center level optimizing for cost and efficiency, designing and specification of thermal management hardware including material selection, heat sinks, heat exchangers, air movers, pumps, and all supporting equipment, developing appropriate specifications and test procedures as necessary to ensure desired reliability and performance of electronic equipment, and mentoring junior engineers in all aspects of concept development, analysis, design, and specification. To view full details and apply, see job listing details.
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for identifying and scope projects around innovation opportunities as well as technology risks, developing and executing designs for complex server systems backed by thorough engineering analysis, delivering robust solutions for tasks such as blind mating of high density interconnects, inject/eject mechanisms and large server racks, and taking responsibility for the productizing of large-scaled networked computer systems – including requirements gathering, concepts generation & detailed design, analysis & verification testing, cross functional reviews and manufacturing release. To view full details and apply, see job listing details.
The Data Center Facilities Mechanical Engineer is responsible for designing and defining the mechanical system design requirements and interfaces to plant infrastructures between the various internal stakeholders and the data center design/build team, supporting PM in the gathering of internal mechanical system design requirements and delivering solutions that both satisfy customer’s needs and meet plant interface requirements, providing conceptual design drawings as part of the design requirements and interface spec development, providing mechanical system analysis as required to support design concept, maintaining all data center related mechanical system design requirement and interface documents and managing and complying with the change control process. To view full details and apply, see job listing details.
The Systems Engineer, Platforms is responsible for designing for operability (DFO) review of all Platforms products intended to run as services, performing analyses both before and after service launch to establish quantitative models for service performance and degradation, establishing service level objectives (SLOs) that define successful performance, integrating new Platforms services into the existing environment, reusing tools and procedures where appropriate, recommending tools for monitoring, control, and automation to enable these services to function at large scale and with minimal human effort and error, and data analysis to assess service performance, identify weaknesses, and solve operational problems. To view full details and apply, see job listing details.
The Electrical Engineer, Data Center R&D is responsible for researching new designs, materials, technologies and construction methods of datacenter equipment and facilities, carrying new design concepts through exploration, development, and into mass production, defining data center system-level architectures, specifying performance requirements, and creating accurate conceptual design and programming requirements documentation, and producing analyses that ensure designs satisfy requirements, including predicted performance and power quality concerns. To view full details and apply, see job listing details.