Job Summary

Sr. Linux/Unix System Engineer

  • Location:
    Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Job reference:
  • Category:
    System Administrator
  • Contract Type:
    Direct Hire

I am currently searching for a skilled, passionate and personable Linux Systems Engineer with knowledge of Networking to work on a permanent basis in the Charlotte area!  
Primary responsibilities for this position will include, but not limited to independent performing and coordinating maintenance on all systems and equipment, managing the Linux systems, support the LAN and data communications, troubleshoot all systems related issues including Linux and Exchange Server and Active Directory, assist in the direction of the network infrastructure planning and implementation, provide support for Virtualization projects (i.e., VMWare machine upgrades), and much more. You will have the opportunity to touch on a lot of new technologies, and be the key point of contact for everything systems and network related.
For consideration, you must have the following skills:
Minimum 5 years of experience as a Linux Systems Engineer
Must have experience with Unix Shell scripting
Working experience with Shell (or Perl) Scripting
Experience with VMware, backup and recovery, Disaster recovery and EMC Storage
The following skills are not required, but will make you stand apart:
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science
Hadoop and Docker running on Linux preferred

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