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Positions are spread across four countries and cover most areas of engineering, construction, operations and backoffice.
Co-founder and Editor, The Tech Capital
October 12, 2021 | 10:14 AM BST
Latin America data centre operator Scala Data Centers has begun the recruitment of an extra 100 members of staff as the company continues to expand its infrastructure footprint across the continent.
As many as 80 of the positions are in Brazil, with over 45 vacancies in the engineering and construction fields and more than 30 positions in the operation and backoffice areas, working in controllership, treasury, project management, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering, occupational safety, systems administration, network and security, ESG, among others.
In Chile, Mexico, and Colombia, the company has opened more than 20 open positions including jobs for construction manager, facilities installation manager, electrical, mechanical and civil engineers and project manager.
Leandro Sulinscki, People & Workplace director at Scala, said: “In just over a year, our workforce has increased to over 300 people. It is an accelerated and expressive growth, which requires a very targeted recruitment, in which we look for professionals who value a dynamic and collaborative work environment, with respect and transparency to generate a positive impact on business and society.”
Scala Data Centers, which was founded by the DigitalBridge Group, Inc. (NYSE: DBRG), has recently also appointed several general managers in Chile, Mexico, and Colombia.
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