By cultivating these connections early, we can tap into a rich source of talent, reduce time-to-hire positions, and enhance the overall efficiency of the hiring process.
It’s not just about finding the right person for the job today, but also about fostering relationships to meet the needs of the client.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work inside the digital realm that powers our modern world? Welcome to a day in the life of a Data Centre Engineer. These professionals play a vital role in ensuring that the physical infrastructure of data centres remains operational, efficient, and reliable. To provide you with a firsthand look at this exciting career, I have spoken to a number of Data Centre Engineers that I have recruited in Ireland for some of the biggest companies in the world.
The data centre industry is constantly evolving, and Ireland is leading the way in Europe when it comes to data centres and has some of the most talented workforce in this field. There are a few reasons why Ireland is a hotspot for this industry.
Data centres have been around for quite some time, allowing individuals to have the ability to connect and bring technology to a reality. Having had the chance to work in this industry over the past few years I know about the extensive job opportunities it brings with it. So where do we go from here? Let’s start with strategy.
As a tech recruiter and a tech enthusiast, I’ve always been fascinated by the evolution of the data centre industry. In the eight months that I’ve been working in the recruitment field, I’ve seen first-hand how emerging technologies such as edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) are revolutionising the way we process and store data. It’s an exciting time to be in the industry, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.
At GemPool, and for our Infrastructure team, one client and in particular their data centre teams are of very high priority. We continuously pipeline candidates all year round to make sure we are prepared for all situations that arise for teams and ensure we are in a strong position to provide relevant candidates once each team requires additional resources. In this blog, I will break down how we ensure the very high standard of delivery that this client needs from us.
The Data Centre industry has had an unusual 18-24 months, from hyper growth to sustaining growth and power and electrical concerns. While other industries struggled, Data Centres continued to flourish but not without its challenges.
At GemPool a big part of what we do in our infrastructure practice is recruiting top talent for a number of our clients in the data centre space. It is a truly unique (and testing environment) and exciting space to get into with so many possibilities for career progression. Whether you are a hardware enthusiast looking to break in and get that much-needed industry experience or a more seasoned technician looking to advance your career we have got you covered.
Last year we gave you a step by step guide on how to secure a job in a data centre. Today, I want to revisit this topic and add some extra insight and information that will help you.
The data centre market in Ireland is growing and has attracted a lot of media attention in recent months. For someone who might want to build a career in IT, then considering a job in IT infrastructure, specifically data centres is a smart play. With the proliferation of data across the globe, the need for data centres has never been stronger. Also, there really are some great career path opportunities.
So you have decided to start a new career in a data centre and you are wondering what to expect, how to prepare, wondering about the interview process, what questions they will ask, will it be formal or informal, and how can you stand out from the competition?
Well I am here to help guide you through the process and give you some insight on how to secure a job in a data centre.
Data Centre Guidance
Ireland has been growing in popularity as the ideal data centre destination over the past few years. There are 53 operational data centres in Ireland, with 8 more under construction and 26 with planning approval and are expected to double by 2025.
Data Centre Guidance
I wanted to write this quick blog to explain the importance of data centre’s in today’s society and perhaps investigate some of the myths that consume so many when it comes to data centres.
Data Centre Guidance
Working in the Data Centre space is becoming increasingly popular in Ireland, and with that also comes the demand for exceptional staff to work within them. The systems and designs of data centres are constantly changing and innovating and this can make them an exciting but also a tricky place to work. There are many reasons that people find data centres an appealing place to work and the ever evolving industry has many delights that you can read about further here.