While this subject is still going strong, I'd like to point out that Saint
Oliver's Community College in Drogheda is on the lookout for a fulltime
systems administrator for the next school year. I'm a sixth year student
there and thought someone on the list might well be interested in this...
If you've been following this thread you'll know that Saint Oliver's has
the best computer system of any second-level school in the country; a
Linux mail, file and web server at the head of about sixty Windows
machines dotted all across the school building. The 1200 students (third
largest in Ireland) have their own email addresses, 10Mb of storage and
their own web space.
Anyway, the NCTE has given a grant to the school for a full-time sys-admin
next year; it's a pilot project and we're the only school in Ireland to be
given one so far. You'll have to know all about Linux networking, Samba
and Windows and be patient with the students (who aren't really that bad
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