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jed_reynolds 02-13-2007 05:30 PM

Linux Sysadmin/Ninja -- Ferndale, WA
 
Subject: Job Opening - SysAdmin

Full details here - http://prweb.com/careers.php#IT

PRWeb has an employment opportunity for experienced, in-house, full
time Systems Administrator.

Applicant should possess a black-belt in Linux administration, bash
scripting, and LAMP. Will maintain, fine-tune, and enhance
infrastructure. PRWeb is a rare opportunity and we're looking for
another excellent Penguin that knows how to grow web infrastructure.
We do approx 30+million hits a month and rapidly growing. Good place
to flex your chops and/or earn your spurs.

Compensation: DOE (starting at $40-$60K), benefits package (dental,
health, vision, life insurance, 401K, vacation, sick, holiday )
available upon completion of probationary period. Excellent work
environment ( IT co-workers and boss actually rock ), multiple
XBox360s, dual flat screen monitors for your workstation, fiber
connectivity (direct to cabinets/Internet ), root on an impressive
array of hardware, unlimited supply of coffee/soda, optional post
lunch hacky sack, solid reference library, and more.

MasterC 02-17-2007 03:58 AM

Heh heh, Black belt, hacky sack, Xbox360s... Sounds like a fun place to work. I've got a question about this:

Do the 360s run through a Linux firewall? :)

-Chad

syahid 02-19-2007 12:23 PM

hahaha. thought that u are looking 4 a real ninja. i am going to suggest the web ninja.

animeresistance 03-01-2007 07:52 PM

Wow, this place seems to be a rocking place to work. Just pardon my ignorance, what do a simple linux user like me can have a black belt degree ? Ninja degree ?

jed_reynolds 03-01-2007 09:23 PM

If you do system administration for the company you work for, your situation might be an opportunity to introduce linux. While this in itself can be a daunting task, having experience at a company comitted to a Unix/Linux infrastructure is the best learning environment. I actually have a lot of respect for Unix users that cut their teeth on pre-Linux era Unix shells because the learning curve was a lot steeper back then.

giblet1973 03-02-2007 12:05 PM

underpayed?
 
Looks like an interesting role, however the pay doesn't really grab my attention.

I've got 14 years experience across mainframe, x86, solaris, as/400, and aix. sorry no xbox experience though... don't really go for the games platforms myself... cheap bang for buck though, i've heard they make good web servers. I'd prefer a SunFire T2000 anyday though.

hoodedmanwithsythe 11-21-2007 12:29 PM

you still looking?
 
Hi are you still looking for an admin?
I would need a few things sorted if I were to take this position these include;
American visas for me and my farther for the time concerned(Green cards if possible),
Relocation for me and my farther,
Adaptable hours.


I have coming on 7 years of linux experiance, 5 years of digital art under linux, 3 years programming and a year of music technology experiance.

thanks for your time,
Tim

iwasapenguin 11-22-2007 04:26 PM

... What would a true penguin want with an XBox?

sundialsvcs 11-27-2007 09:34 PM

(Swish!) Ste-rike three!

Pardon me, good sir or madam, but you just failed to get the time-o-day from the sort of person you might have wished to attract, e.g. giblet1973, ... and you did attract a nibble from someone else who will do anything for a green-card.

Ask your dad to write the next ad...

hoodedmanwithsythe 11-29-2007 04:10 PM

Dad is 75 and retired and england is quite nice only no linux jobs going ATM


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