Linux Systems Engineer

    • Detroit, MI

Who We Are

We're America's largest mortgage lender, closing loans in all 50 states. J.D. Power ranked Quicken Loans "Highest in Customer Satisfaction in Primary Mortgage Origination" for the past nine consecutive years, 2010 - 2018. The company was also ranked highest in the nation for client satisfaction among mortgage servicers by J.D. Power for five consecutive years, 2014 through 2018, each year the company was eligible. There's a simple reason we've been so successful: We care about the people we work with.

If you're tired of stuffy, bureaucratic workplaces, then you'll be delighted to find something different here. We strive to make a creative, fun and collaborative environment you simply won't find anywhere else. Quicken Loans was named #1 in ESSENCE Magazine's first ever list of "Best Places to Work for African Americans" in 2015. We've been on Computerworld's "Best Places to Work in IT" list for 13 years running, hitting #1 the last five years. We were also ranked #14 in FORTUNE Magazine's list of "100 Best Companies to Work For" in 2018, remaining in the top-30 for the past 15 years.

Job Summary
The Linux Systems Engineer plays a leading role in system design, implementation and administration. This individual applies his or her communication, analytical and problem-solving skills to help identify and resolve issues that maximize the benefits of IT investments. The Systems Engineer is also considered the subject matter expert for the systems they use.

Responsibilities

  • Identify and resolve complex performance issues
  • Utilize enterprise tools such as Puppet and Nagios to manage, monitor and secure enterprise data center environments
  • Maintain responsibility for the engineering, design and administration of Linux and other UNIX operating systems
  • Create automation solutions and collaborate with developers and clients
  • Monitor all networked software and associated operating systems
  • Ensure the stability, integrity and efficient operation of information systems
  • Mentor other team members
  • Participate in an on-call rotation

Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree or another advanced degree in computer science or a similar field
  • Five years of experience performing server-systems design, implementation and administration, preferably with Linux
  • Five years of experience analyzing system failures, preferably with Linux
  • Five years of experience working with server class hardware, preferably with Linux
  • Linux, Solaris or AIX certification
  • Knowledge of operating systems, including Red Hat, Linux, Solaris and AIX
  • Experience taking projects from initial concept to implementation
  • Experience with web-based applications, including Apache, Nginx, Memcached and Redis
  • Advanced scripting experience with Bash, PHP and Python
  • Expert knowledge of SANs, clustering, backup and other enterprise applications
  • Strong communication skills


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