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Unix Systems Engineer
to £45K per Year
Role: Unix System Engineer
Location: Hemel Hempstead (Other locations available within the UK)
Salary: Up to £45,000
Unix system engineer needed to work with a growing team to provide technical expertise and support on UNIX/Linux servers for internal and customer systems. You will be working closely with the team to ensure effective delivery of UNIX/Linux related projects for existing and new customers.
What you will be doing;
- Operating system and software administration, fault analysis and remediation on Advanced and client equipment across multiple UNIX & Linux operating systems and versions including but not limited to RHEL, CentOS, Solaris & Ubuntu
- Support the Problem, Change Project team in the onboarding of new customers and new solutions for existing customers. This will involve taking a project from a design phase all the way through build to delivery and ongoing support.
- Controlled build, reconfiguration or upgrade work carried out under strict change control procedures.
- Creation, testing and maintenance of systems configuration and procedural documentation.
- Application of OS patches and upgrades on a regular basis,
- Upgrade administrative tools and utilities.
- Conduct root cause problem investigations for infrastructure and application issues.
- Strong Knowledge of Solaris 10 & 11 including virtualization with Containers/Zones and VM Server for Sparc/Logical Domains & management with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center
- Strong knowledge of RHEL/CentOS 5/6/7 in an enterprise environment.
- Knowledge of Debian/Ubuntu.
- Knowledge of Orchestration/Configuration Management tools (e.g. Ansible, Chef, or Puppet)
- Experience managing full application stacks from the OS up through custom applications
- Demonstrable experience in supporting and managing a large number of complex multi-server, multi-vendor, multi-technology infrastructures.
- Experience in progressing projects from technical design all the way through to delivery.
- Good understanding of the design and configuration of UNIX/Linux systems.
- MODSC/NPPV Security Clearance.