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jmscarpa 12-19-2007 01:13 PM

Unix Admins & Programmers MA, FL, NY [ALL LEVELS]
 
Unix System Administrators and Programmers

Waltham, MA - Beverly Hills, FL - New York, NY
***SORRY NO TELECOMMUTING AVAILABLE, ON SITE ONLY***

SKILLS:
DNS, APACHE, SHELL, SED, AWK, PERL, C, RUBY, PYTHON, PHP, SQL, QMAIL, SENDMAIL, MDADM, EVMS, JAVA, FLASH SERVER. ADVANCED KNOWLEDGE IN AT LEAST EIGHT FIELDS FOR EXTENSIVE TROUBLESHOOTING AND DEVELOPEMENT. ADVANCED SHELL SCRIPTING A MUST


Entry Level and UP-
Basic command line concepts. Starting at $24k + FULL BENEFITS per year.


All applicants will be sent through a rigorous testing process to see what level you really are on. We are a house of very talented individuals working on the cutting edge. References are required and will be checked.

Please send salary requirements and detailed resume to scarpa@swiftwill.com with the subject "NEWHIRE" without the quotes and no spaces.

Salaries are based on region, skills, and hours worked.

detectedstealth 09-29-2009 02:31 PM

Ummm rigorous testing process for 24k to start is extremely low. To live in any of the places you have stated you would need 5 or 6 roommates to be able to afford rent at that rate.

Myiagros 09-29-2009 02:57 PM

I've never understood some of the "required" skills for most Admin positions, not only online but even locally, especially if listed as Entry Level. I took a college course for being an Admin and no type of programming was covered and only basic scripting. If I needed to know everything on that list I would probably expect $40k+/yr.

detectedstealth 09-29-2009 05:05 PM

Well to be honest if they expected someone to know everything on that list it is more like $80,000 -> $150,000 + /yearly. It is apparent someone who knows nothing about programming who has posted this job.

smeezekitty 10-10-2009 12:30 AM

low pay

fpmurphy 10-10-2009 11:03 AM

Are they kidding? $24K for that skill set! The only people they might get are H1B holders.

sammiam 10-15-2009 04:10 AM

What a JOKE !!
 
Totally ridiculous ... LOW PAY, 24 hours of testing... come on... get real


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