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Unix Administrator

  • Location:
    Reston, Virginia
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  • Category:
    Information Systems
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A UNIX Administrator job in Reston, Virginia is available through Modis. Ideal candidate will have a minimum of six years of hands on experience. You will be working independently on multiple concurrent tasks in a highly dynamic environment. This is a six month long contract with the possibility of extension.

UNIX Administrator job responsibilities include:

System engineering and administration in a UNIX environment with a strong knowledge of UNIX administration
Working with Solaris, SuSE, AIX, and RHEL platforms


Must have 6+ years of experience and hands on experience.
Experience with Veritas Volume Manager, VCS
Strong working knowledge with troubleshooting OS, network and hardware issues.
Must have good working knowledge of UNIX naming service, Kerberos, Samba, and SUDO.
Must have strong programming/scripting languages such as Perl, Korn Shell, Bourne Shell, C, or any development tools.
Experience with Puppet, CISCO UCS, Oracle SPARC is preferable.
Must be able to work independently on multiple concurrent tasks in a highly dynamic environment with strong customer service skills, teaming skills and the ability to collaborate within a cross functional team.

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