Chicago, IL Description: Position: Unix Admin Location: Remote
- Remote position
- Servicing the social sciences division exclusively
- Linux administration experience is required, 2-3 years min
- Preferences: Cluster, Moab experience, orchestration tool like ansible, experience with python
- Some background working with customers would be helpful Qualifications
Bachelor's degree required. 3-5 years of work experience, preferably in a higher education setting. 1-2 years' experience with the management and configuration of UNIX clustering systems, especially MOAB. 1-2 years' experience with RHEL 7 or 8 Successful Collaboration with team members Knowledge of UNIX (including knowledge of internals and utilities as well as the ability to interpret diagnostic information) required. Demonstrated familiarity with a range of computer hardware, software and peripheral equipment required. Responsibilities
The Systems Administrator is responsible for the administration of the server environment in support of Social Sciences Computing Services. Their responsibilities include but are not limited to installing, optimizing, and maintain operating systems, control programs, database management systems, and network services on a variety of Unix workstations and servers. The system administrator will develop and enhance scripts, interfaces, and programs to facilitate end user effectiveness in relation to statistical software and distributed computing. The Systems Administrator will play a key role in helping to maintain a high level of reliability, security and integrity on networked Unix computers and lab equipment, in order to facilitate uninterrupted services in support of our user community.
• Configuration and management of Moab clusters.
• Configuration and management of RedHat Linux systems.
• Serves as the UNIX systems administrator in a distributed system environment.
• Monitors system, analyzes processes, and provides consultation to optimize available resources.
• Consults with users (researchers) to troubleshoot and provide specific technical support.
• Develops interfaces and scripts to facilitate end-user access to computational resources.
• Installs and maintains database systems in support of research.
• Installs and maintains storage systems.
• Maintain integrity of the departmental computing resources and the network, including computer and network security, data integrity, backup procedures, and disaster recovery plans. Contact:
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