[CALUG] Linux Sys Admin position in College Park, MD / Greenbelt, MD area - Requires 4- 6 years experience with Linux RHCE
cwhalen at innovim.com
Tue May 3 16:38:00 EDT 2011
INNOVIM is looking for a Linux Systems Administrator for a position in
College Park/ Greenbelt, MD area.
Required Skills and Experience:
• Four to six years of experience as a Linux system administrator.
• Certification in Red Hat Enterprise (RHCE) or Oracle
Enterprise Linux (Linux Administrator OCA). RHCE is preferred
• Knowledge of TCP/IP networking and security technologies and services.
• Knowledge of application Apache, DBMS, and Java application
• Knowledge of storage volume management and file systems
• Strong ability to automate tasks using scripting languages
(Shell, PERL, etc).
• Proven understanding of high availability, data/system
replication, and disaster recovery methodologies in the system and
Desired Skills and Experience:
• Experience with Solaris 10, and OpenBSD (PF, CARP).
• Experience with Mac OS X Server 10.5 or higher.
Required Education (including major):
• Bachelor (4-year) degree, with a technical major, such as
engineering or computer science.
To fully qualify must also be able to pass NACI screening as this
position will support a Government data center. US Citizens
Qualified Candidates, please send resume to cwhalen at innovim.com.
Please refer to having seen the posting through the Calug.
Salary Range is 85K - 100K W2, plus benefits ( full health, 401K etc.)
Associate Project Manager
240 542-0215 - desk
240 542-0200 (main INNOVIM phone)
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