Data centre cooling solutions vendor, STULZ Australia, is charging into the latter half of the year with three new hires and eight new roles to be filled, following a record year of client wins, new partnerships, and company investments.
Celebrating 17 years in operation, STULZ Australia is a wholly owned subsidiary of STULZ GmbH who is headquartered in Germany. Providing mission critical cooling solutions and services for data centres, STULZ has over 5,300 employees in 130 countries. The local business currently employees 55 people across Australia and New Zealand, but this is set to rise to around 60 by the end of the year.
The business is currently recruiting for roles in Melbourne and in Sydney, and have already welcomed three new members to the STULZ family including: Luke Pescarini as national business development director, and Katrina Crittenden as the people and culture manager, in the Sydney office, who are also part of the senior leadership team, and Jarrod McDonald as a service manager in the Melbourne office.
John Jakovcevic, managing director of STULZ Australia, says the past 12-months has been an exciting time for the Australian and New Zealand business.
“Not only have we expanded our partnership portfolio to further strengthen our solution offering, we have also welcomed a number of new customers on board.
“To meet the new demands of our customers and partners we have numerous hires in the pipeline, which are mostly focused on the enhancement of customer service relations. We feel it’s essential that the right support infrastructure is in place prior to taking all these exciting new solutions to market.”
STULZ Australia has recently teamed up with host of new partners including Oper8, who is its first channel distribution partner for its MicroDC solutions, Canadian-based CoolIT, for the direct liquid chip cooling technology, and modulan for its unique and innovative approach to containment and racks.
The company has also invested in a number of workplace programs and innovations as part of its vision 2020 strategic plan, such as a comprehensive well-being program for its staff, coaching, training and personal development programs, a new showroom, and digital transformation strategies.
STULZ Australia are recruiting for the following roles: • National Service Manager • Business Development Manager • Service Technicians • Sales Engineers (various solutions)
For more information on the roles available and how to apply please visit the STULZ website careers section.
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