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[vox-jobs] Network Engineer / Admin, Sonoma County
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[vox-jobs] Network Engineer / Admin, Sonoma County

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  Network Engineer/Admin 

  Linux, UNIX, Windows 2000

  Sonoma County, CA

Job description:
  Challenging project for a network engineer/admin with fluent skills in
  Linux (preferrably Red Hat, Unix, and Windows 2000. Client is upgrading
  software company-wide and multi-location and needs a responsible, good
  communicating technician to manage some scripting for automation (processes
  and monitoring) and process documentation.

Contact for more information:
  Joshua Barlow
  STRADA Corporation
  50 Old Courthouse Sq
  Suite 300
  Santa Rosa, CA 95404

  Phone: (707) 575-1122 
  Alt. phone: (415) 989-5242 
  Fax: (707) 573-8863 
  E-mail: josh@stradacorp.com
  Web: http://www.stradacorp.com



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