Oracle is seeking a Critical Infrastructure Engineer to become part of a global engineering team, responsible for the design and continuous innovation within our rapidly expanding data center foot print.
Engineers at Oracle work to design and validate resilient, cost effective Mechanical Distribution Systems. As engineers at Oracle we are responsible for achieving a world class uptime for our customers. We drive continuous advancements and improvements with our designs, and communicate technical direction to Sr. Management. We seek new ways to enhance the reliability, scalability, and cost effectiveness of our engineering designs. As an engineer at Oracle you have the ability to drive change, define and design the systems our customers rely on.
Oracle offers a fast paced, fun, and exciting work environment. We continue to grow at exponential rates and are looking for individuals that can support our speed to market, enjoy a challenge, and have a desire for professional growth and continuous learning experiences.
If you are a creative, smart and driven individual that enjoys working with complex problems we want you! At Oracle you will be responsible for working on multi-million dollar designs and supporting our wide variety of customers. Great ideas are encouraged and supported. Ingenuity is the main mechanism which supports our focus on quality, speed, and cost.
We are looking for engineers with hands on Mechanical design and product development experience. If you can design mechanical cooling systems, have an understanding of the equipment needs for a data center, and understand the constructability of varying designs you may be a good fit. Engineers will directly support product development and be a part of the process from concept to implementation. You must be capable of defining equipment specifications and evaluating the merit of design changes. You will be relied on as a subject matter expert in the mechanical engineering field. We highly support continued learning opportunities and focus on continued employee development.
At Oracle team work is absolutely necessary for us to accomplish our goals. You must be able to work within a team and depend on others to accomplish the required work. As an electrical engineer at Oracle you will be working with other internal groups as well as external groups including manufacturers, vendors, and contractors.
Oracle has a global presence. Travel will be necessary but shouldn't be more than 30%. International support will be part of the job, and some international travel may be necessary. Support could consist of working with international teams and could require developing schematic and design document packages. An understanding of international electrical design requirements is helpful but not necessary.
Responsibilities of the Mechanical Engineer
· Collaborate with core team to understand/develop data center (DC) mechanical designs (basis of design, construction issues for build-outs, infrastructure upgrades).
· Manage all environmental control system issues during concept design, detailed design, procurement, bidding, manufacturing, delivery, and installation on site
· Identify and resolve issues raised by the cross-functional teams and various external stakeholders
· Generate scope of work for equipment infrastructure upgrades based on project needs, work with teams to update/document configuration
· Interface with global operations teams and vendors to deliver mechanical solutions for projects.
· Be responsible for vendor QA/QC and successful product delivery per internal/external design and equipment standards.
· Provide cross-discipline collaboration and general understanding of interrelated issues. Update/maintain internal design specifications, drawings and standards to the latest configurations for equipment.
· Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent practical experience.
· 5 years of experience with mission critical facilities.
· Experience in bidding, designing, operating, and commissioning of mechanical cooling distribution systems
· Experience with cooling system analysis and engineering software packages.
· 2+ years of experience working with DCIM, EPMS and/or BMS systems
· Master's degree and/or Professional Engineer (PE) license.
· TS/SCI clearance
· Fluency in software packages for design and analysis of data center cooling/control systems.
· Experience with large scale SCADA systems
· Knowledge of large-scale data centers' electrical infrastructure systems.
· Ability to work in teams and within a matrix organization.
· Ability to travel, both domestically and internationally, up to 30% of time.
· Direct experience with the design and application or operation of mechanical cooling equipment such as CRACs,CRAHUs, DX, Water/Air cooled chilled water systems, pumps, humidity controls, sensor placement etc.
· Basic understanding of mechanical cooling and systems design.
· Knowledge of codes and regulations including ANSI, UL, IEC, Life Safety, IBC, NFPA, NEC, and OSHA.