RHEL Linux Systems Engineer - VMware

Company Name:
Robert Half Technology
Robert Half Technology is seeking a senior Linux Systems engineer. We are looking for someone with: MS/BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field 7+ years of experience performing Linux system administration Proficient in Bash/Perl Scripting Detailed knowledge of PXE boot and porting Linux on new hardware. Experience with Make, Ant, Source code revision control systems (perforce, CVS, GIT etc) Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS/RHEL) performance monitoring, security patches. Networking (Cisco UCS) Strong Virtualization - VMware ESXi 5.5 Storage (SAN and NAS) Nice to have: Experience with server side Java/JVM, Apache Tomcat, httpd, RDBMS (MySQL, PostgreSQL) Please send your resume directly to @
With more than 100 locations worldwide, Robert Half Technology is a leading provider of IT professionals on a project and full-time basis for initiatives ranging from web development and systems integration to network security and technical support. Through our alliances with industry-leading organizations such as HDI and the Microsoft Partner program, we have access to client companies that other staffing firms don''t. In addition to our free job search services, we provide our candidates with access to free online technical training and a competitive benefits and compensation package. Robert Half Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In 2013, our company once again was listed on FORTUNE magazine''s list of "World''s Most Admired Companies." (March 18, 2013). Apply for this job now or contact our branch office at o learn more about this position. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada.
Req ID: 03220-121861
Functional Role: Systems Administrator
Country: USA
State: NC
City: Raleigh
Postal Code: 27612
Compensation: DOE
Requirements: Intermediate Cisco, Intermediate Vmware, Intermediate Linux.

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