Engineer

Role Purpose

Install, maintain, and manage Linux server life cycle

Major Responsibilities/ Accountabilities

  • Maintain Enterprise Linux server operating environment, including core services and patching
  • Install/Deploy, monitor, troubleshoot Linux server environments
  • Troubleshoot Linux Server fault and performance issues, and provide solutions

Impact of Role: Expected Results

  • The person in this role will keep the Linux server environment operating optimally and keep the environment highly available, well performing, and secure.

Relationships: Internal/External

Internal relationships with other teams within ITIO and some contact with other IT groups

Education

Bachelors' degree or equivalent required

Relevant Linux certifications are a plus. Specifically RHCE: Server and RHCT

Professional Experience

3 to 5 years IT experience with at least 2 years providing Linux server administration and management

Technical/ Professional Skills & Competencies

  • Deep understanding of the Linux Server operating system internals (RHEL 6.x and 7.x)
  • Strong understanding of supporting technologies; storage, networking, security, virtualization
  • Ability to harden and secure Linux servers
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills
  • Understanding of NFS management, Satellite and Puppet.
  • Understanding of File permissions management
  • Ability to clearly communicate findings, recommendations, and solutions
  • Experience with Oracle DB server, Oracle RAC Clusters, and IIS a plus
  • Experience with Automated Deployments

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