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Position:Linux System Administrator I-III
We are seeking talented and motivated individuals looking to pursue a career in Linux system administration at one of the world's leading web hosting companies. We currently have openings on the day, night, and graveyard shifts in its Houston and Austin, Texas locations. Relocation assistance will be happily provided to candidates who meet the requirements and are willing and able to perform the following job description.
As a Level I Linux Administrator, you will be part of a team providing escalated issue support to our customers, including issues on our large shared infrastructure, VPS containers, and dedicated servers.
Demonstrating the ability to diagnose complex customer application issues and provide quick and accurate solutions within a collaborative environment.
Taking ownership of issues from identification through resolution.
Providing technical support for Level I issues via helpdesk and the telephone.
Providing fellow system administrators and support representatives with technical support and guidance.
Installing, configuring, and maintaining services such as Apache, MySQL, and Exim.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in the English language.
Ability to work well with a team in a fast paced, constantly changed environment and follow instructions from supervisors and senior colleagues.
Outstanding customer service skills and a dedication to the customer service experience.
Dependable to be at work during assigned shifts and to complete work as expected.
Ability to debug and troubleshoot scripting languages such as PHP, bash, and perl.
Advanced knowledge of the cPanel/WHM control panel.
Advanced knowledge of the Linux operating system.
Knowledge of bash and perl shell scripting.
Advanced knowledge of Apache, MySQL, and Exim.
Thanks and have a great day!
Additional Project Description:
09/19/2012 at 22:56 EST
Pay will be discussed once we verify you are genuinely interested. Please not be discouraged by the project pay rate, that has nothing to do with it. Thanks for understanding!