[Deploying Sakai] CNS/Open Systems Group is looking for a Linux Systems Administrator

Martin B. Smith smithmb at ufl.edu
Tue Dec 6 13:35:17 PST 2011

The University of Florida is currently seeking a talented Unix/Linux 
System Administrator in the Open Systems Group within Computing and 
Network Services. The Open Systems Group hosts and maintains 
infrastructure for many critical campus services and performs 
multi-platform systems administration for systems such as web hosting, 
e-Learning, Directory Services, Campus Email, Virtualization, as well as 
many other services.

Being a full-share member of the Linux team of the Open Systems Group, 
this position maintains Unix/Linux Enterprise Systems. These may include 
Oracle Database Systems, hosted Enterprise applications, and other Linux 
systems. It also provide other systems and application support within 
the Open Systems Group. It will research industry trends and participate 
in design and implementation roles in deployment and support of new and 
existing enterprise systems.

Preferred Qualifications include Intermediate knowledge of the following:

* Intermediate knowledge of administering Unix/Linux operating systems.
* Oracle RDBMS, MySQL, Apache webserver and Tomcat.
* n-tier applications (browser, web, app, db).
* Knowledge of Java, Perl, C++, XML/XSLT, and shell scripting.
* Systems programming, graphical UIs and control languages.
* IT applications such as Word, Excel, Visio, Remedy.
* Good technical writing and communication skills; ability to interact 
with people in an effective and courteous manner.

This is a full-time position, with a salary range of $68,000 - $78,000 
annually, commensurate with experience.

Closing date: 01-17-2012
Requisition #: 0808931

For more information, or to apply, visit:
Martin B. Smith
smithmb at ufl.edu - (352) 273-1374
CNS/Open Systems Group
University of Florida

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