Job Description :
Unix Administrator

Hopewell, NJ
6 Months

GC/ Citizens -W2

Locals; in-person interview required

Responsibilities include providing problem determination and resolution, install and update newly developed software to assigned systems. Responsible for the operating system and associated subsystems. Provide system-level support of multi-user operating systems, hardware and software tools, including installation, configuration, maintenance, and support of these systems. Identify alternatives for optimizing computer resources. Ability to investigate and analyze information and to draw conclusions. Collect information to analyze and evaluate existing or proposed systems. Research, plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, maintain and upgrade operating systems. Research, plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, maintain and upgrade hardware and software interfaces with the operating system. Work as a team member with other technical staff, such as networking to ensure connectivity and compatibility between systems. Write and maintain system documentation
Expertise in RHEL is a must and preferred.
Linux tools and experience with migration from other platforms (AIX, Solaris) to Linux is a very big plus.
Bash scripting and packaging using RPM/YUM
The ideal job seeker will possess all of the above PLUS have experience with Oracle technologies, RedHat Cluster, Veritas, Red Hat, networking, Storage - SAN Environment, Middleware and Tibco
Should be comfortable documenting Systems design, configuration, create runbooks for first level support and to provide better and consistent support throughout SDLC
Role includes Systems Engineering, Integration, QA, and build environments with project based different technologies, assist Operations in Production deployment/issues during releases
This engineer should be familiar with high availability strategies ( haproxy, Global Traffic Management, LTM, F5, Multiple Datacenters, GeoDNS, failable architecture, Loadbalancers), clustering technologies Veritas, RHAA, IBM offerings, SAN / NAS storage, etc.