Reliability Engineer, Project Manager

Location: Remote
Functions: Data Center Operations

The Reliability Engineering Team is responsible for the overall health of critical systems across Stream facilities.  For each of the major systems Electrical, Mechanical, and Controls, the Reliability Engineering team is responsible for ensuring success in the commissioning stages of new construction, evaluating and improving the reliability and performance of existing critical infrastructure, sustaining equipment operational availability through maintenance programming, providing technical support to the Site Operations Teams, and providing systems reliability and maintainability feedback to the Design Engineering teams for future design considerations.

The Reliability Engineer Project Manager is responsible for the overall management of major project in the data center that are not owned by the construction team.  The project manager is required to read electrical and mechanical drawings and schematics and identify critical paths and milestones.  The project manager must have excellent oral and written skills and able to maintain accurate tracking of schedules and budgets.  The Reliability Engineer Project Manager regularly interfaces the electrical engineering team and the site operations teams.

Stream Data Centers powers, cools, protects, and connects the technology of the world’s well-known hyperscale data companies, cloud providers and large enterprises. Developing and operating across eight markets in North America. Stream has evolved data center design in innovative ways to deliver dramatic gains in reliability, efficiency and sustainability in flexible environments that can scale as quickly as the market demands. Stream’s business is growing exponentially, through a combination of greenfield market expansion and acquisitions across North America.


  • Bachelor of Science from an accredited university or college or equivalent field experience to successfully perform essential job functions.
  • 5 years of experience in critical facility operations and maintenance.
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of total work time.

Essential Functions

  • Manage General contractors, vendors and sub-contractors through the execution of the project.
  • Discuss and understand key project risks and come up with strategies using available resources to manage them.
  • Identify and manage key stakeholders and frame project scope with site teams.
  • Manage accurate budgets, billings and cashflow for the project and assist Stream’s accounting personnel
  • Create a burndown chart tracking project status
  • Maintains schedules and clearly identifies milestones and current critical paths on department website


  • Provide project status and critical paths for projects across multiple data centers.
  • Work with vendors and site leadership to remove roadblocks to schedules.
  • Work with Design Engineering and Construction teams to ensure drawings and plans are updated to reflex any changes made.
  • Review commissioning plans and ensure the thoroughness of startup testing.
  • Develop risk management plans that will anticipate reliability-related risks that could adversely impact plant operation.
  • Work with Site Operations to perform analysis of Asset Utilization, Overall Equipment Effectiveness, and Remaining useful life.
  • Ensure Site Teams are proficient system operation and maintenance techniques associated with any major project