Linux System Administrator - West London

Have you got experience supporting & administrating high availability Linux infrastructure and want to join an organisation that work with some of the most recognisable companies across the globe?

Due to continued international growth and success my client, a leading company in the media industry are looking to recruit a Linux System Administrator to join there cutting edge support team at a time of exciting change including a move to a 24/7 environment.

To apply for this role as a Linux System Administrator you will have at least 1 years’ experience working in a Linux environment, working on the support of live operational systems, applications and databases.

On a day to day as a Linux System Administrator you will be responsible for supporting of internal issues including supporting the Java based development teams on new product development for international release & support external client projects that can include logging quires and supporting enterprise systems and apps.

To join this team as a Linux System Administrator you will have be able to demonstrate an outstanding understanding of the administration, operation and installation of Linux & Unix platforms in a commercial environment. And have a proven track record in a Linux environment.

As well as the above it will be advantageous if you are aware any of the below:

cloud based technologies (especially AWS or Rackspace)
Solaris Volume Manager
Apache or Tomcat
Administration of J2EE or Java based applications
As a Linux System Administrator you will be expected to work on a shift /on-call basis including weekend work 1 in every 5 weeks.

Key points

Job title – Linux System Administrator

Location – London

Industry - Media

Key Skills/Roles - Linux System Administrator, Linux Engineer, RedHat, Solaris, Linux, Unix, Cloud, AWS, Rackspace, Application support

If you’re interested in this or any other user Linux or Unix position please apply online or call the Consortia team and we will match you to all Linux or Unix based roles.