Job - hardware data center tech - elk grove area

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Anyone here in IT data center field that needs a new position?
I believe we will be looking for someone soon. It's contact position. Do your job and good possibility of being full time if you are good.
Job requires you to be on your feet for 8 hours and do hardware repair on servers.
8am-5pm M-F
Need someone with experience. I also need someone reliable. I don't like to train people then have them no show up or be late a lot. just can't handle it
 

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A 8-5 M-F type gig in a DC is a baller ass gig for what it is. I have little doubt you'll have people banging down your doors on that one.
 

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What kinda pay
Like 23/hr ish
I will say the turn around rate is high but as long as you are willing to learn and work hard they will do their best to keep you

You need to pass your resume to me and I can send it to the recruiter
 

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Sounds like an ok gig but not enough money for me. I enjoy doing hardware stuff and used to do it a lot at my last job but it just never pays high enough to be a career IMO.
 

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Sounds like an ok gig but not enough money for me. I enjoy doing hardware stuff and used to do it a lot at my last job but it just never pays high enough to be a career IMO.
yep software side is where it's at, however we don't have any sys admins in IL.
But I will say it's a BIG cool company to work for
 

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And the spot is open again. Who wants it?
 

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Yo Gamble...I can send my little bro's resume your way but he doesn't have much experience. However his lack of experience he will make up in reliability and consistency...you wont find anyone more reliable, I can assure you. Oh and he's a quick learner. LMK if interested. He can start ASAP...elk grove is 30 mins from where we live. shoot me a text if you want also..773-984-9986
 

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To bad the pay is so low, otherwise I'd Apply I am looking to move on from my current place.
 

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The pay is not good.
Really? Other places around here for infrastructure jobs don't pay nearly as much. I have looked. Chase was only 20/hr and that was overnight and 12 hr shifts.
 

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Really? Other places around here for infrastructure jobs don't pay nearly as much. I have looked. Chase was only 20/hr and that was overnight and 12 hr shifts.
For a DC Tech position this is pretty good coin; It's not a 100K/year position based on when I was working the data centers anyways.
 

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For a DC Tech position this is pretty good coin; It's not a 100K/year position based on when I was working the data centers anyways.
Ya I feel like salary for these positions dropped in the past 10 years or so. When I was 23-25 I was making 70k a year with OT doing the same thing. Now, not so much. I hear walgreens pays 30-32 if you do overnight. But you still have to dress up.
Its nice hear, you can wear almost whatever you want, and once you are trained, put on your headphones and go to work alone and not be bothered. you have your list of things to do and just carry it out. No networking aspect of things either. if there was a lot of sys admin or networking stuff those jobs typically pay more.
 

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what does that position do when not being remote hands fixing failed server components?
 

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For a DC Tech position this is pretty good coin; It's not a 100K/year position based on when I was working the data centers anyways.
This.

For all intents and purposes this is an unskilled IT job. These aren't sys admins basically just operators. Any monkey can swap hardware.
 

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This.

For all intents and purposes this is an unskilled IT job. These aren't sys admins basically just operators. Any monkey can swap hardware.
exactly, just give me a monkey that works lol
Need someone who can think outside of the box. You train with me too and i teach you everything you need to know. you are a reflection on me so I need someone that will bust their ass.
 

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exactly, just give me a monkey that works lol
Need someone who can think outside of the box. You train with me too and i teach you everything you need to know. you are a reflection on me so I need someone that will bust their ass.
You ever find anyone for this? If not I have the perfect guy. The pay is huge for him too. PM me.
 

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