[TriLUG] OT: Job @ UNC

Scott Lambdin lopaki at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 11:24:31 EST 2008

You no answer.  Think Id have a chance?

On 2/25/08, Paul G. Szabady <Paul at thyservice.com> wrote:
> Folks,
> The closing date for the job listed below has been extended until 3/5/2008
> due to a lack of response.  If any of you are aware of any mid-level linux
> sysadmin's looking for employment, please send them to the UNC website
> (https://s4.its.unc.edu/RAMS4/) for employment opportunities.
> Job Title:      Systems Analyst
> Working Title:  Systems Analyst
> Job Category:   Technical, Para-professional
> Position Number:        0053766
> Salary Grade/Range:     BAND II / $39,816 - $85,088
> FT/PT:  Full Time
> Permanent/Time Limited:         Permanent
> Department Name:        Information Technology Svcs.
> Department Number:      3103
> Hiring Supervisor:      Joseph Morris
> Date First Posted:      02/05/2008
> Closing Date:   03/05/2008
> Location:       Chapel Hill
> Minimum Education and Experience:
> The analyst band requires a foundation of knowledge and skills in area of
> specialization generally obtained from graduating from a four-year college
> or university with a major in information technology, computer science, or
> a closely related field. Experience in the field of work related to the
> position's role may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. Special note:
> This position may exclusively require a bachelor's degree in a discipline
> related to the specific functions of the job. Please refer to the
> "Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities" section of this posting for
> more detailed information.
> Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
> Requirements 3+ years RedHat Linux AS/ES experience PLEASE NOTE: All IT
> and Research positions have moved to a new Career Banding compensation
> program. For additional information, please refer to our website at
> http://hr.unc.edu/Data/SPA/paysystems/careerbanding/. Specific
> competencies are required for the different banded levels and roles. This
> position is being recruited for at the Journey Competency level.
> Preferred Qualifications:
> The Linux System Administrator will provide essential support for the ITS
> Web Systems team. Primary duties involve monitoring and administration of
> the systems that make up the web infrastructure that receives 4-8 million
> hits per day. This includes responding to system alerts and requests from
> Remedy tracking system. They will need to resolve simple to very complex
> problems that may impact performance to services and take immediate action
> to resolve. Once resolved they will communicate the change and solution on
> public forums and detailed information internally. They serve as a
> technical resource to the team and ITS as a whole. Participate in periodic
> 24x7 on-call support (remote Internet access essential for quick
> response). All work will be in accordance with established SOP's and
> system administration best practices and include the following: Clustered
> web servers (RAIS) Alteon load balancers and SSL acceleration Clustered
> NAS (primarily NFS and some CIFS) Apache (.htaccess, Alias, VirtualHost,
> RewriteRule directives) Administering web applications: Java/tomcat, PHP,
> Perl, Mambo, Zope/plone, ColdFusion, TWiki, Joomla, Blackboard Configuring
> web applications to communicate with Oracle and MySQL Evaluate and
> integrate new applications into existing web infrastructure Open source
> software building AFS and NFS Remedy tracking system Open source
> monitoring (Nagios, RRDTool) Tuning of systems and applications for
> optimum performance Update of internal documentation of all systems and
> SOP's Update Knowledge Management pages available to public Review
> security and patch levels on all systems Recognize and address security
> attacks with countermeasures to restore services Work with various vendors
> to resolve technical problems and hardware failures Automate routine
> system administration functions The successful individual can work as part
> of a growing team of system administrators, has excellent communication
> skills (verbally and in writing), can occasionally work independently and
> collaborate with other system administrators, takes initiative to prevent
> system problems and look for new solutions to current problems. Since the
> position is 3rd level support, the incumbent is expected to interact with
> excellent customer support skills with faculty, staff and students.
> Special Physical/Mental Requirements:
> None Listed.
> Position/Work Schedule Requirements:    M-F 800 - 500
> --
> Paul
> @ Thy Service
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