Linux Senior Systems Admin - Linux, HPC

IT Connections
London (Greater)
to £65,000
13 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Linux Senior Systems Administrator – Linux clusters About the Job Senior Linux Systems Admin – Low Latency R & D development environment W.London / Middx to to £65K negotiable An exceptional and highly unusual opportunity for an experienced Systems Administrator with strong Linux and Linux Networking experience to join a successful, technology based R & D company who develop software and systems used in highly complex software/hardware engineering development environments for both internal and external customers. You will be working on a daily basis with state-of-the-art computer systems, utilising leading edge computing and hardware technologies. The role is very varied, but will include: • Designing and implementing internal and client based Linux clusters • Maintenance of internal IT infrastructure, services and networks • Establishing and maintaining business continuity procedures (backup, disaster recovery etc) • Building and modifying bespoke hardware systems • Set-up and deployment of virtual machines, workstations, and servers • Providing general technical support Additional experience which would be highly valuable includes: • Knowledge of Linux (particularly Red Hat Enterprise) • Knowledge of networking (Linux Networking – iptables, VPN) and some of IGMP, OSPF, RIP, BGP, PIM • Competent programming using scripting languages such as Bash, Python, Perl, Ruby, etc • Switch and Router configuration – JunOS, IOS • Understanding of virtualization technologies • Knowledge of NFS, DNS or LDAP The teams are very specialised and enjoy the challenges associated with creating hardware and software that really exceeds all performance benchmarks, yet are still friendly and fairly laid back. They are fellow technology lovers, who work in an informal relaxed environment on software and hardware systems that you won’t believe ! Senior Linux Systems Administrator – Linux clusters
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