NVIDIA - Santa Clara, CA

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We are seeking a Unix Systems Administrator with extensive experience working in a complex computing environment to join our engineering customer support team. This is not a beginner level help desk position. Our customer base consists of hundreds of extremely intelligent engineers who continually provide us with complex problems to be solved. A thorough understanding of Redhat and Ubuntu Linux administration is a must.

Because this position supports many users and systems in a worldwide production environment, good judgment and attention to detail are essential. A friendly, outgoing personality and strong written and verbal communication skills are also critical as we always strive to provide excellent customer service and satisfaction.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:A solid, thorough understanding and experience with:
  • General Unix administration and troubleshooting
  • RedHat or derivative and Ubuntu Linux administration
  • Linux desktop environments (Gnome, KDE, VNC, NX, etc)
  • TCP/IP networking fundamentals
  • DNS administration
  • NFS and the Linux automounter
  • Building, installation, and support of GNU/FSF development tools
  • Shell scripting and automation of repetitive tasks
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • A passionate drive to provide excellence in IT support to your users
  • Ability to serve in a weekly rotation of 24/7 oncall support
  • Perl programming experience is a big plus.
  • Cygwin administration
  • Network Appliance or Isilon filers
  • Unix/Windows interoperability and CIFS file sharing
  • Apache web server administration
  • Batch queuing systems (LSF, Grid, etc)
  • Source code and version control systems (Perforce, CVS, etc)
  • Configuration management tools (cfengine, etc.)
  • Linux firewalls, security, and packet filtering

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NVIDIA awakened the world to computer graphics when it invented the GPU in 1999. From its roots in visual computing, NVIDIA expanded into...