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Unix Systems Engineer - London

Job Title: Unix Systems Engineer - London
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Duration: ASAP
REF: J7925_1493999503
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email: peterw@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Unix Systems Engineer required. A Unix Systems Engineer is required by one of Montash's longstanding clients based in London. As Unix Systems Engineer you will be play a central role in a DC migration project and must possess hands on experience working with Solaris and AIX in enterprise environments.

As Unix Systems Engineer you will have a proven track record managing, maintaining and improving Linux server environments (Solaris and AIX), and possess demonstrable experience delivering server migration projects.

It is highly desirable that you have an in depth knowledge of system migrations projects, and have ideally taken part in planning the migration of SPARC Solaris and IBM PowerPC AIX Servers into new physical environments.

A strong track-record working in DevOps teams is also preferred as is demonstrable skills working with Puppet.

In summary, the Systems Engineer will possess the following skills and competencies:

- Extensive experience as a Unix Systems Engineer in Solaris and AIX domains

- Previous experience delivering data migrations projects

- Knowledge of Linux RedHat

- Volume/storage management from the OS Networking

- Puppet

- Sparc Architecture

Scripting Alongside strong technical capabilities you must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be comfortable working with stakeholders at all levels.

If you are available and interested in finding out more then please get in touch with your most recent CV.

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