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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SAGE Job: USENIX Association/Berkeley, CA
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 11:10:58 -0700 (PDT)
From: SAGE Jobs Robot <sage-jobs-offered-owner@sage.org>
To: sage-jobs-offered@sage.org

A new posting has just appeared on the SAGE Jobs List.

Title: Part-Time Junior Sysadmin, SAGE Level I
Job Status: Permanent staff
Location: Berkeley, CA
Company: USENIX Association
SAGE Level: I (Novice)

Description: USENIX Association seeks a part-time entry-level sysadmin
        who possesses excellent English verbal and written
        communication skills, takes direction well, and wants a career
        in system administration with a focus on *NIX architecture.

Details: Part-Time Junior Sysadmin, SAGE Level I    <p>  USENIX
        Association seeks a part-time entry-level sysadmin who
        possesses excellent English verbal and written communication
        skills, takes direction well, and wants a career in system
        administration with a focus on *NIX architecture. This person
        will assist in:    <ul>  <li> Supporting a staff of 12++ using
        Apple OS X-based systems, including resolving trouble-tickets,
        implementing software updates, and maintaining accounts
        <li> Maintaining a few Windows machines    <li> Maintaining
        recovery systems; assisting in recovery when required    <li>
        Monitoring systems and services    <li> Network maintenance
        and expansion; physical cabling as well as firewall, switch,
        and router configuration    <li> Preparation, creation, and
        maintenance of USENIX conference LANs, including wireless
        networking  </ul>    The successful candidate will have at
        least user-level experience in a *NIX environment, be
        comfortable using a command-line interface, and work well
        with nontechnical users. Other requirements include:    <ul>
        <li> 20 hours/week; hours are somewhat flexible, but the
        majority will be required during regular business hours
        <li> The ability to lift 40 lbs    <li> Familiarity and
        comfort with physical tools, both macro and micro    <li>
        Occasional (2-3 times/year) out-of-state travel  </ul>
        Desirable qualifications include:    <ul>    <li> Experience
        supporting users in OS X and *NIX environments    <li> The
        ability to script in shell or perl    <li> Familiarity with a
        broad range of *NIX variants including FreeBSD, OpenBSD,
        Solaris, and RedHat Linux.    <li> Familiarity with SQL,
        Filemaker Pro, and databases in general    <li> Familiarity
        with Cisco IOS-based devices and wireless networking    <li>
        An active interest in personal productivity devices, such as
        Palm Pilots, cell phones, and the like, and how those things
        exchange information with OS X    <li> Membership in a
        professional organization or user group with a focus on system
        administration, Linux, *BSD, or related technologies    <li>
        Humor, humility, patience, and paranoia  </ul>  In return,
        USENIX offers salary commensurate with experience (within the
        context of being a nonprofit organization), vacation and sick
        leave, mentoring, and the chance to rub bits with some of the
        greatest minds in advanced computing. Please e-mail a resume
        and cover letter to the attention of Tony Del Porto, SysAdmin,
        at jr_sysadmin@usenix.org in text or .pdf format. Applicants
        not following the above application requirements and
        instructions will be directed to /dev/null.  <p>  About USENIX
         </p>  <p>  Since 1975, the USENIX Association has brought
        together the community of engineers, system administrators,
        scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the
        computing world. For additional information see
        www.usenix.org, or do what every SysAdmin does: Google it!
        </p>

Salary Range: Non-Profit, commensurate with experience

Company URL: http://www.usenix.org
Job Email: jr_sysadmin@usenix.org

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