[jobs] System Administrator position in NYC

Brent Marinaccio brent at hotlinuxjobs.com
Tue Jan 12 11:44:44 EST 2010

HotLinuxJobs, a technical recruitment company that specializes in the
placement of Linux/Open Source professionals, is looking for a Linux
System Administrator for an organization in New York City.  Open source
software is a key component of their operation, and this position will
give you the opportunity to work hand in hand with some open source
project maintainers.  This group appreciates someone that can advance
their network with the latest open source tools out there.  Therefore,
creativity is an essential trait of the successful candidate.

Listed below are some of the skills that they are looking for the right
person to possess.  If you are interested, please send an updated resume
to  info at hotlinuxjobs.com .  Thanks for your interest.

Based on the existing infrastructure, a successful candidate should have
in-depth knowledge of at least one tool in each category listed below,
and preferably peripheral knowledge of a second.
•    Operating systems: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris
•    Web servers: Apache, Lighttpd, Nginx
•    Scripting languages: PHP, Python, Perl
•    Shell scripting: bash or any other
•    Network tools: Wireshark, ngrep or equivalent
•    Virtualization: KVM, Xen, OpenVZ, Virtualbox
•    Firewalling: iptables, ipfilter, ipfirewall, packetfilter,
•    Databases: MySQL, Postgresql, Oracle
•    Authentication: LDAP, Kerberos

Additional Relevant Skills:
•    Experience with Java servlets / servlet containers
•    Configuration of switches and VLANs, mainly Cisco
•    Experience deploying applications on cloud services
•    Understanding of basic encryption and authentication, certificates
and signatures
•    Experience specifically with Red Hat / CentOS and Gentoo
•    Email systems, DNS, VoIP, wireless networking
Brent Marinaccio, SPHR
Director of Open Source Recruiting
877-548-0003 x3015
irc.freenode.net #hotlinuxjobs
skype: bmarinaccio

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