[Noisebridge-jobs] PA-III UNIX server admin - Santa Cruz

irish.masms irish.masms at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 22:12:37 PDT 2012

Yes, the position is at UCSC in Santa Cruz. May not be a fit for folks 
up in San Fran; or perhaps so? It is a cool gig, great hiring manager, 
gorgeous campus. Would love to have some other hackers in our group.

To apply for our job, people would go here (link below) and search on 
job number 1203729:

As a PA-III level position, this is for a relatively-less-senior admin, 
with an annual salary around $75,000.

Short version:  work as a member of an eight-person team supporting 
physical and virtual (VMware) servers on FreeBSD, Solaris, and RHEL; 
some backup and storage work; possibly manage some services like AFS, 
Kerberos, e-mail and Google Apps administration.

Long (official) version below.

We'll be pulling the apps on 6/14.

Job Summary:
Involves serving as the technical administrator for hardware, operating 
systems, and network management. Plans and coordinates the installation, 
configuration and testing of hardware and software components. Work may 
involve central or departmental computer systems and networks. Includes 
web systems administration.

Generic Scope:
Experienced professional who knows how to apply theory and put it into 
practice with in-depth understanding of the professional field; 
independently performs the full range of responsibilities within the 
function; possesses broad job knowledge; analyzes problems/issues of 
diverse scope and determines solutions.

Custom Scope:
Uses skills as a seasoned, experienced systems infrastructure 
professional with a full understanding of industry practices and campus 
policies and procedures; troubleshoots and resolves a wide range of 
technical issues. Uses industry accepted coding standards to develop and 
implement custom solutions for systems automation, integration and 
reporting. Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and 
techniques for obtaining solutions. Member of the team supporting campus 
enterprise systems and services within the UNIX Systems group.


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