[sf-lug] [job posting] AIX sys adm in san francisco
jim at well.com
Sat Mar 1 09:48:34 PST 2008
Title: AIX System Administrator
Location: San Francisco, CA 94105
Salary Range: $80K - $120K
Employment Status: Full-Time/Employee
IPsoft is seeking a sharp AIX Administrator with demonstrated
competence in AIX enterprise level configuration and performance and
tuning, as well as strong scripting experience. The candidate must have
superior skills in IBM AIX administration and proficiency in UNIX
system administration in general. The job requires experience in
administrating, programming, and working within a heterogeneous UNIX
environment as well as UNIX performance and tuning (in AIX).
* Provide system administration support for Unix environment, mainly
IBM AIX, including day-to-day operations, installation and
configuration of hardware and software, performance management and
* Diagnose server/system operational problems quickly and effectively,
provide recommendations and solutions.
* Monitor, trouble shoot, support and fix operating system and hardware
problems on several versions of AIX systems. Knowledge in supporting
various storage frames (EX: EMC, Clarion, SYMM, IBM Shark) is desired.
* Understanding of SAN management products (EMC) is essential.
* Three or more years of experience supporting AIX systems.
* Strong understanding of the Korn shell scripting language and be able
to write, troubleshoot, and support complicated scripts. (Understanding
of other shell programming languages and Perl are a plus.)
* Hardware Mirroring
* Team Environment
IP Merit; monthly performance plan
401(k), 6% contribution at 90 days of service, 100% Vested
Company sponsored medical (Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield) and dental
IPsoft (http://www.ipsoft.com), founded in 1998, is an industry-leading
managed services provider offering a complete solution to enterprise
customers for outsourcing global IT infrastructure operations.
Please apply on our career site at IPsoft Career Page or send a resume
and cover letter to dustin.long at ipsoft.com.
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