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Subject: 	(systems/networking jobs) Experienced Unix/Linux Administrator
(Cambridge near Alewife Station)
Date: 	Fri, 10 Dec 2004 14:00:00 -0800 (PST)
From: 	job-51908985 at
To: 	david at


Job Description:
The Unix / Linux Administrator will design, build, research, analyze,
configure, troubleshoot and maintain Unix / Linux Systems across the
company. This position will focus on implementation tasks related to new
deployments. This will include multi-level, multidimensional systems. In
addition, this position will provide appropriate levels of support for
Unix based equipment as assigned. OS hardening, server design and
engineering for supportability, application installations, security
management, and business continuance testing and implementations are
among the other responsibilities of this position.

1. Build and implement new hardware configurations.
2. Provide support for common and advanced system administration
responsibilities, including backup and
restore, clustering, replication, and migration.
3. Analyze and measure system performance, capacity and availability
4. Adhere to SOP processes as well as develop, implement and document
refined processes as needed.
5. Support Linux Servers on Production Business Applications (not just
DNS, Utility Servers etc)
6. Experience with enterprise version of Linux such as Red Hat
Enterprise Linux v2.1 and higher
7. Troubleshoot hardware, networking and Linux related problems as they
8. Perform server application configuration management / deployment
support. Work with software
engineers, quality engineers, and project managers to help deploy and
manage new applications and
update existing applications (using Java tools).
9. Assist with the monitoring performance analysis of existing
applications ensuring that the system is c
consistent with ongoing need. Help identify potential tools to
facilitate capturing of performance metrics
and permit ongoing monitoring of the system.
10. Help create and review application, installation, and system support

Minimum Qualifications
)B? 3+ years Unix / Linux administration experience (Red Hat preferred,
Solaris Unix preferred)
)B? 3+ years Apache administration experience
)B? 1+ years Web application server administration experience (Tomcat
)B? 2+ years SQL (MySQL preferred)
)B? 2+ years Java experience (Application architecture)
)B? 2+ years Sendmail or Postfix administration experience
)B? 2+ years DNS (BIND) administration experience
)B? 2+ years shell or Perl scripting
)B? 2+ years Radius authentication
)B? Proven analytical / problem solving ability
)B? Demonstrated ability to learn new skills quickly
)B? Able to work and contribute to a team environment
)B? Strong verbal and written communication skills.
)B? Required to be flexible, detail oriented and organized with the
ability to multitask and work
)B? Understanding of systems development lifecycle process
)B? Knowledge of component and network monitoring systems
(Nagios experience is a plus)
)B? Solid networking experience

Additional Skills & Experience (considered, but not required)
)B? Oracle
)B? Cisco routers and switches

Job location is Cambridge near Alewife Station
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Compensation: commensurate with experience
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