On Thu, 5 Oct 2006, James McCarthy wrote:
> Christ this is a Junior Ops possition, what kind of experience is
> needed for senior?
Oops, that's me being tired today - that should read 'some experience of
or exposure to the following' rather than requirements. :)
Sorry for any confusion!
Anyway, senior ops need to be able to cure network faults by casting runes
over the primary router. And arms like logs to wield the viking war axe
we use as a lart. :)
>> On 05/10/06, Murf <xcraft at eircom.net> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > The company I work for (www.propylon.com) is looking to hire a Junior Ops
> > Engineer.
> > See http://www.irishjobs.ie/JobDesc.asp?ID=2599249&MID=2269 for details.
> > Requirements:
> > - Linux Server (Debian/Redhat/OpenBSD/Solaris)
> > - Scripting (bash/python/perl)
> > - Server apps install experience ( and of Apache, Zope, DB2,
> > Websphere, pound)
> > - Firewalls a plus (BSD PF, iptables)
> > - Desire to learn
> > - Windows Desktop troubleshooting
> > - Linux desktop troubleshooting (yes, we run it quite a bit!)
> > - Ability to cope with more than one task at once!
> > About the Role:
> > The work will involve (internal) front line support to the
> > company staff, server maintenance and configuration, asset management,
> > configuring and repairing hardware (from laptops to servers). The
> > sucessful candidate will also be assisting the senior engineers in
> > setting up monitoring systems for security and traffic flow, building
> > high-availablilty systems for external clients and even learning the
> > ins and outs of the PBX :) It'll be varied work, and there will be occasions
> > of high-pressure as well as more relaxed times.
> > There will probably be some travel involved within Ireland and the USA.
> > The role is based in our offices in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.
> > cheers,
> > Damian.
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