• Senior Systems Administrator ( Linux)*

    Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Senior Systems Administrator ( Linux)

    Location: Woodlawn, MD

    Long Term Contract with C2H Option  

     

    US Citizen or Green Card – Clearable to Public Trust

    In-Person Interview Mandatory

     

    Job Description:

    • Support over 1300 Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) hosts.
    • Build, configuration, and tuning of Linux operating environments.
    • Performance of maintenance including emergent fixes and mitigation, routine patching, support of system tests, and other scheduled operations.
    • Configuration of systems to run successfully in multiple differing environments.
    • Update and maintenance of monitoring, deployment, and other tools (scripts).
    • Participate in resolution of incident, service request, and change request tickets.  
    • Provide advisory support on Unix/Linux systems and operational impact of changes.
    • Monitor Unix/Linux systems for anomalies and investigate impact related patterns of usage.
    • Provide analysis of reporting on Unix/Linux resources in areas including security, capacity, and availability.

     

    Required Skills:

    • Operational familiarity with Oracle Enterprise Linux or Solaris.
    • Deep understanding of operating system concepts including file systems, processes, and permissions.
    • Extensive experience with virtualization technologies including VMware.
    • Experience with network and system monitoring via tools such as Nagios.
    • Experience with optimization and reconfiguration tools, particularly MFITS.
    • General understanding of TCP/IP and related protocols such as HTTP, ssh, and NFS
    • Experience managing software repositories.
    • RHCSA, RHCE, or deep understanding of technical subjects covered in these certifications.

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