Job Description :
The Liferay Administrator’s responsibilities include:

Experience supporting Java applications, so if there is a problem with Apache, should know how to troubleshoot
Automation tools: it can be shell scripting or whatever tools they are accustomed to automating tasks
LDAP support. Liferay is built on identity management so this experience is important
Maintain Server, ensure that Liferay is running properly
Fine tune the platform: patches, upgrades, restart
Other work in terms of portal: configure changes to functionality of liferay, log into tool and updates and add new content
Monitor Liferay portal system to ensure quality service
Manage the execution of all portal change requests which includes portal configuration changes and content changes
Perform new environment standups as needed
Manage the shutdown, recovery and testing of all impacted applications during operating system patching cycles
Manage Liferay administrations and user/group as required
Coordinate with System, Network and Enterprise Application teams to trouble shoot any portal related issues
Participate in after-hours support for assistance in production recovery or time sensitive changes which can only occur outside of standard business hours
Cross team mentoring and training to assist in propagating application knowledge to other team members
Qualifications
Bachelor''s degree in Computer science or equivalent, with 3-5 years of technical experience.
Demonstrate excellent communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
Must have 3+ years of hands on experience supporting Linux based applications
Familiar with Apache server administration and configuration, and optimization for performance
Proficient in writing and maintaining scripts to automate system tasks
Experience or knowledge with Liferay and Elastic search is preferred
Experience working with Oracle database
Experience working with identity management system, familiar with LDAP, Active Directory
Knowledge of different Single Sign On implementation methods