I’m looking to hire a Linux Administrator in for a position in downtown Chicago. It’s a high-demand, high-stress environment with lots of things going on at any one time: We play with high-end sun servers on an international private network, use Amazon EC2, and have a slew of Asterisk servers forming the joints of a wide-area VoIP infrastructure. Success and failure is often measured in terms of milliseconds. On the downside, we also do Windows, must support the desktop users (most desktops are Linux, though), and the company isn’t large enough to justify a division of labor yet.
You must be familiar with remote administration techniques, MySQL, apache, VCS, RPM-based distributions, (the basics). Familiarity with bind, dhcpd, ddns, and basic networking is also recommended (at the very least you should be able to figure it out without handholding).
If this still sounds like something you’d like to participate in, send your resume to me and I’ll forward it on to our HR people for processing. Act today and you’ll get your very own number!