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Assembleron Ltd Seeks Administration Guru (Reading, UK)
October 29, 2007 @ 10:21:00

As posted on Nick Halstead's blog:

Company fav.or.it
Location Reading, UK
Title Administration Guru
Summary

We are on the recruitment trail again! We are looking for an administration guru who hopefully has some good core programming skills as well. As fav.or.it expands we need someone who can look after all the server infrastructure and keep things running smoothly. This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in a company that is using cutting edge web technologies and is expanding rapidly.

Essential Skills

  • Linux Systems administration
  • Apache Administration
  • MySQL Administration

Desired skills

  • Knowledge of VMware Server and other VMware technologies
  • Experience in any of the following MRTG, PRTG, Cacti
  • Perl/PHP/Ruby Scripting
  • Windows Server 2003 administration

Location: Reading

Salary based upon experience.

To apply for this role send your CV to jobs [at] this domain. Agencies need not apply unless they enjoy abuse.

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