[sf-lug] job posting: linux sys adm in mountain view

jim stockford jim at well.com
Wed Feb 13 08:54:40 PST 2008

Job Title:  Unix/Linux Systems Administrator (multiple openings)
Job Number:  IRC125428 & IRC126511
Location:  Mountain View, CA
Duration:  Full-time
Salary:  $85,000 - $100,000 base + 10% (swing shift) or 15% shift 
differential (graveyard)
Work Hours:  Swing shift (Wed - Sat from 2:30pm - 12:30am) or Graveyard 
shift (Wed - Sat from 12am - 10am)
Special Requirement:  Must have US Citizenship

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:
-  Perform Tier I and Tier II support activities of VeriSign's 
Production service applications. Manage and document all work through 
appropriate work request ticketing system and change control systems.
-  Perform system administration and trouble-shooting activities on the 
following OS platforms: Linux Redhat, Linux Advanced Server, Sun 
Solaris 2.x, and Microsoft Windows.
-  Perform system administration and trouble-shooting activities on 
following Web Server platforms: Sun Microsystems iPlanet, Apache, and 
Microsoft IIS.

-  BS degree in Computer Science or related field.
-  In depth knowledge of UNIX, Linux, networking, and shell scripting.
-  In depth knowledge of Windows (2003, 2000 and NT 4.0) is desired.
-  5-7 years working in an application/technical support organization.
-  Work within following Shell environments: bash, csh, ksh.
-  Knowledge of Perl scripting.
-  Experience with FTP, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, Sendmail, SNMP, and DNS.
-  Hardware Experience: Dell, Sun V series and IBM p-series server 
-  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as well as oral
-  Must have US CITIZENSHIP and willing to work either swing or 
graveyard shifts.

***Eligible to receive a shift differential of an additional 10% 
(swing) or 15% (graveyard) on top of base salary.***

For consideration, please send a cover letter and resume to John 
Hanchak at jhanchak at verisign.com

Jason Yick
VeriSign - Human Resources
(650) 426-5416
jyick at verisign.com

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