[sf-lug] [JOB POSTING] Consulting-level Linux SysAdm, Los Angeles, up to $150K

jim jim at well.com
Tue Jul 13 21:03:37 PDT 2010

Consulting Level Linux Administrator 

Currently seeking a senior level IT Consultant to join an LA based
on-line gaming company.  The position is full time and will be
responsible for working with a partner in China to establish and
maintain a high performance, highly available game service
infrastructure.  This position is responsible for building a large Linux
Server Community in Shanghai.  Position will require travel which is
negotiable, but will be at least 30% in the beginning.  Salary based on
experience, up to 150K.  The individual can live anywhere in the US, but
will travel to the corp. office in Los Angeles often (relocation is an

Job Description
• Proactively work with partners to identify their needs and rollout
• Assist with Systems Administration of production and development
• Willingness to travel abroad (Asia and Europe)
• Help create innovative solutions to automate systems administration
• Share 24/7/365 on call production systems critical problem
• Help troubleshoot and solve issues with hardware, applications, and
network components
• Evaluate and implement hardware and software technologies to improve
game efficiency and performance

• B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent experience
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Experience working with Linux (RHEL4/5, CentOS4/5, Ubuntu)
• Experience with some or all of the following: Netfilter, HA – LVS,
Apache (httpd, tomcat and activeMQ), PXE, MySQL, SNMP, monitoring, dns,
dhcp/ bootp, and nfs
• Background/interest in application and infrastructure design
• Experience working with high-capacity, internet based infrastructure

• Fluent in Mandarin, not mandatory but preferred
• Experience working with distributed caching solutions and data grids,
most specifically Oracle Coherence

If interested please send your resume and contact:
Eric Hughey
Relay Technology
314-256-9620 – office 
314-482-2980 – cell
ehughey at relaytechnology.com 

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