Together, we're building a world where all critical technologies work. Vertiv is a global leader in designing, manufacturing, and servicing mission critical infrastructure technologies for critical power and thermal management systems. Our teams work together across business units and geographies, helping our customers deliver on their promises, one product, one project, one partner at a time. At Vertiv, we'll give you the career you've been searching for now and looking forward to in the future. Formerly known as Emerson Network Power, Vertiv is a focused and agile business committed to driving growth for our customers and shareholders. Vertiv requires all agency/search firms to request and return to the Human Resource Department an executed fee agreement prior to any resume submittal. Resumes received from agency/search firms without signed agreements will not be recognized as valid submissions. Vertiv will not be responsible for payment of any fees in the absence of a mutually agreed upon fee agreement.
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