[TriLUG] Job Posting: Systems Engineer
tboggs at mcclatchyinteractive.com
Wed Apr 25 10:33:48 EDT 2012
Here is a job posting someone might be interested in:
With a clear understanding of McClatchy Interactive’s in-house
applications, the Systems Engineer is responsible for all aspects of server
operation, security, performance, and ongoing improvement. Working in a
fast-paced, 24x7 environment, the Systems Engineer must be able to work
both independently and as part of the Technology team. Consistent,
detailed, and clearly written and verbal communications are essential to
this position. The Systems Engineer works closely with database
administrators, software developers, and web developers to plan projects,
identify and solve problems, monitor security and performance, and
recommend improvements to the server infrastructure and the applications
that utilize server resources.
Document work through tickets and email communication.
Build solid understanding of how applications utilize server infrastructure.
Organize and prioritize duties in relation to department goals.
Author documentation detailing setup and configuration.
Participate in a 24x7 on-call pager rotation.
Apply engineering principles to solve existing and future problems.
Follow established procedures with minimal errors.
4+ years of pertinent systems engineering experience is required.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science is preferred. Ideal candidate has
extensive experience working in enterprise-scale, public Internet hosting
environments. Dependable, professional demeanor, and strong communication
skills are required.
Intermediate-Advanced experience with root-level Linux administration is
required. Must be proficient in Linux/UNIX command-line, shell scripting,
and network communications protocols. Configuration experience with layer 2
network switching equipment, advanced system security setup, directory
services, monitoring software, configuration management systems, relational
databases, and common Internet technologies, including TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP,
PXE, HTTP, SSH, NNTP, NTP, SSL, SMTP, SNMP, FTP, NFS, NIS, and X11 are
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