Analyst Workforce - US or UK based

Analyst/Advisor – Workforce development specialist for critical digital infrastructure

Uptime Institute is a global authority on data centers and digital infrastructure. We advise and train clients around the world on data center design, resiliency, operations, sustainability, and economics. We also publish regular, independent, and authoritative reports on all aspects of digital infrastructure for our members and thousands of readers around the world.

We are now deepening our research work in the areas of skills and staffing. We are seeking an advisor/analyst to specialize in this area, undertaking the following:

  • Help to develop models and quantify requirements for the staffing needs of data centers of all types.
  • Identify training needs and career paths for data center professionals.
  • Build salary models for key roles in data centers and in critical digital infrastructure.
  • Assess the use and future impact of automation and AI on staffing.
  • Assess the current and future impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on working practices and staffing demand.
  • Write reports and advise clients on all aspects of staffing and skills.

The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in these topics and relevant experience in this field. Good communication skills, including written English, and intermediate knowledge of Excel will be essential. The ideal candidate will also enjoy working as part of a collaborative, diverse and global team.

The position may be based remotely or (partially) at one of Uptime Institute’s offices in New York, Seattle, or London. Some travel may be required.

If you are interested, please contact Carolyn McKenna,, via email, outlining your particular interest in this opportunity.


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