Senior Systems Administrator - Linux
Are you looking for an environment that provides challenge and enterprise work (1000+ servers) while also enabling you to enjoy your personal life? Our client is a profitable, private company that takes pride in its environment: flex start and end times, 8 hour work day includes an hour for lunch, overtime is very rare.
They have a newly created role for a Senior Systems Administrator to join their team. You will be very involved with the day-to-day operations, liaise with the client, and act as the project manager for new business provisioning. You will also mentor the junior operations staff. Projects will include: Working with a client to appropriately size a VMware cluster and then working to migrate them into their data centre, deploying a new web cluster as part of a new high traffic website a client is launching, collaborating with a client to troubleshoot performance issues.
This company is growing by extending their products with their current high profile international clients as well as winning new clients. If you prioritize your work environment while also looking for potential technical and career growth, you should talk to us about this role.
What you need to have:
•5+ years Linux Administration including Gentoo, CentOS and Ubuntu
•2+ years with VMware vSphere
•2+ years with one or more scripting languages such as Bash, Perl, Python, and/or PHP
•Comfortable managing Cisco and/or Arista switches and working with firewalls
•Deployment and configuration management tools, Ansible is preferred
Please note: Candidates need to be authorized to work in Canada and available for interviews in Vancouver
For information about TEEMA Solutions Group and to consider other career opportunities, please visit our website at www.teemagroup.com
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