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Old 05-14-2007, 05:34 PM
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Linux Systems Admin (salaried, onsite, Missoula, MT)

Systems Administrator
Terms: Salary + Benefits (Medical, Vision, Dental, 401k and Vacation)
Hours: Full Time
Onsite: Yes (Missoula, MT)

What you'd be doing:
Assist the Senior Systems Administrator managing a complex Linux cluster of scores of servers, including an EMC SAN and blade servers. Duties will include installation, configuration, and management of Linux software related to 24/7/365 production hosting services.

Who we're looking for:
A collaborator and communicator accustomed to working as part of a team and also doing independent research and responding to urgent systems incidents. Advanced Linux systems administration knowledge is a requirement of this position, preferably in a large-scale, 24/7/365 enterprise environment. Experience with the following software packages and technologies is desired: Apache, Amanda, PHP, MySQL, Postfix, Cyrus, Request Tracker, SpamAssassin, MailScanner, PowerDNS, Plesk, PostgreSQL, Exim, OpenLDAP, NFS, AFS, LVS, Subversion. Candidates should have expert scripting and programming abilities in bash, Perl, and PHP. Cisco/Juniper networking, BGP, C, and Linux kernel development experience are also desirable.

John Masterson
Former Hosting Company Owner

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