Senior Linux System Administrator Wanted
Location: Suburban Philadelphia, PA. USA
Stevens Capital Management L.P. ("SCM") is responsible for the overall portfolio management and trading of a $4+ billion multi-strategy hedge fund with an 19+ year track record of generating outstanding returns for its shareholders. SCM pursues a wide variety of investing and trading opportunities in virtually all of the world’s liquid financial markets. Located in suburban Philadelphia and employing more than 60 professionals SCM seeks a bright, experienced individual to support and develop our sophisticated technical infrastructure. The environment is cutting edge with high up-time dependency, and your role will be all encompassing. You will provide a critical role in systems support and provide technical expertise in systems integration and implementation.
Overview: Join a Linux administration team responsible for managing a mixed Solaris/Redhat Linux network - 400 plus Sun and HP servers/workstations. Work on all aspects of administering a mixed Solaris/Linux mission critical 24x7 trading environment. Work closely with the real-time trading system developers and Sybase DBA’s. Responsibilities include traditional administration responsibilities to advanced data warehousing, BCP environment testing and maintenance, and implementing best security practices.
Primary responsibilities:Administer Redhat ES3.x/ES4.x and Sun Solaris 8/Solaris workstations/servers running in a 24x7 environment.Monitor, identify, and resolve production capacity, contention, and resource deficiencies.Configure and install new hardware – AMD dual-core, Intel quad-core, and Intel Duo Xeon/Itanium 2.Basic Linux/Unix administration – kickstart/jumpstart server builds, nfs, nis, shell scripting, performance tuning, proactive monitoring, patch management, and Linux workstation end-user support.Implement software and hardware RAID solutions, including Veritas Volume Manager, Solaris Volume Manager, Compaq smart arrays, StorEdge 3510 and Hitachi AMS200 FC arrays.Design, configure and tune fault tolerant/HA solutions including Veritas Cluster Server and Redhat Cluster Manager. Administer Linux/Solaris to Windows connectivity using Samba and Exceed.Support Sybase DBA’s system requirements, currently utilizing 20+ Terabytes of disk space.Maintain development environment for real-time electronic trading applications.
Company Technology Profile:Legato Networker and Veritas Netbackup enterprise backup systems using SpectraLogic 20K AIT4 and T-950 LTO4 tape libraries.Multiple Cisco and Checkpoint firewalls running in HA configurations.10/100/Gig/10G Cisco Network architecture.TIBCO and Wombat real-time financial data and trade message distribution infrastructure.
Requirements of the Candidate:3+ years of hands-on Unix experience supporting sophisticated mission critical environments.2+ years of hand-on Linux experience supporting sophisticated mission critical environments.Given the mission critical nature of our applications, you must work very well under pressure, problem solve efficiently, and keep abreast of current technology.University degree required. Exposure to networking, Windows, Sybase, SAN Technology, Java, and Perl would be assets.TIBCO/Rendezvous, Wombat and Veritas experience would be a strong plus.
SCM is a fast-paced, demanding environment and only seasoned Linux Admins with a commanding understanding of the technology listed will be considered for this role. SCM's selective hiring process considers only highly talented individuals with a history of exceptional professional and academic achievement, combined with solid real-world experience, to deploy and administer leading edge technology.
Please submit your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Not to be too rude, but WTF are you located/is this job?
Google is one of my best friends, but I shouldn't have to use it to discover who & where you are, anymore than I should expect you to read my LQ posts to figure out my qualifications.
BTW, do you have a web site? If so, why no link in this post? http://scm-lp.com yields:
Some interesting Google results --
1st, your listed name in quotes:
1 - 100 of about 391 English pages for "Stevens Capital Management L.P"
A quick scan appeared to show that all were job postings.
Next, remove the word "job" from the search criteria:
1 - 25 of 25 English pages for "Stevens Capital Management L.P" -job
Quick scan shows the first few still job postings.
So, remove "position" from the criteria:
1 - 17 of 17 English pages for "Stevens Capital Management L.P" -job -position.
Finally, the top result was not a job posting, only the 2nd & 3rd & 4 others. 6 out out of 17.
Until I found a NYSE governance link, I was having Enron flashbacks. You ought to look at why your Google results profile makes it look as if your business is hiring people, rather that actually managing money.
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