New York Magazine seeks an experienced Linux Systems Administrator with five or more years of experience to administer our Linux environment. The Administrator will be responsible for maintaining and growing a scalable, reliable, secure and highly available environment, joining a team responsible for 24x7 web environment.
6+ years experience administering Redhat or other Linux operating systems
Strong experience administering Apache and other web technologies
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Strong experience in automation
Experience managing storage devices such as SAN and NAS
Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
Strong scripting experience (shell scripting and/or Perl, Python, etc)
Mastery of the command line
Experience with open source technologies
Automation configuration management tools such as CFengine and Puppet
Continuous Integration services like Jenkins/Hudson and Team City
Repository tools such as SVN and GIT
Apache and MySQL administration
Propose and implements system enhancements
Keep all existing installs up-to-date with the latest patches and OS versions
Work closely with the development team to identify requirements and implement solutions
Deploy software developed by the development team to production
Manage storage network and NFS servers
Build, configure server hardware and associated devices.
Monitor systems in our datacenter (CPU, Network IO, Disk IO, Application Health)
Manage BigIP F5 load balancers
Manage system-level security of our servers
Maintain/write shell scripts, manage cron
Manage backup strategy
Manage Amazon EC2 Server Farm
Adobe CQ5 administration
MySQL database administration
Monitoring tools such as Cacti or Nagios
Networking experience (routers, switches, firewalls)
To apply: Send a résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Systems Admin - NYM" in the subject line. Please include salary requirements in your cover letter.
No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.
New York Media LLC - 17 months ago