SAN infrastructure Unix Systems Engineer San Jose, CA

Position Title		:  SAN infrastructure Unix Systems Engineer
Location		:  San Jose, CA
Position Type		:  Contract 9 months+
Contact mronaldi@brantagroup.com
No relocation, per diem or coverage of expenses related to interview
No Telecommuting	:All work must be done on site in San Jose, CA
3rd Parties	:  Yes, but you must include full name and contact
information

To apply send me an updated copy of your resume with your availability,
your hourly rate and contact information.  You will need to pass a
short technical screen.
We have multiple positions for Unix Systems Engineers

Responsible for operationally excellent management of Unix systems and
SAN infrastructure required to keep client's web properties running in
a 24x7x52 environment. Plans, installs, tests, and maintains systems
and storage arrays. Required to contribute to the selection, design,
and implementation of hardware, Operating Systems, and technical
solutions to solve business problems. Includes maintaining and
improving on strict technical standards as they relate to performance
and availability. Ability to serve as a technical lead for project
implementation, drive technical site escalations to conclusion and
provide a leadership example to junior staff members.

Solid, demonstrable problem solving ability. Minimum 8 years Unix
Systems Administration experience; Two of those years should be at a
senior /mentoring level. Solaris experience mandatory; expertise
preferred. Prefer those with internet
service experience, experience Managing/Tuning Database servers, and
those who have experience in more than one Unix Variant.

Advanced VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) experience required; and VERITAS
Cluster Server (VCS) or other High-availability service experience
preferred. Ability to troubleshoot and diagnose complex i/o issues in
one of the worlds largest SAN
environments. Hitachi/Brocade experience preferred. Individual must be
able to articulate advanced technical topics (e.g. process scheduling,
kernel internals, TCP/IP communications at all levels). Shell scripting
(Bourne, Perl, Awk, Sed, etc.)
prowess. Ability to work in high-pressured but highly structured,
customer oriented environment.

Education and/or Relevant Experience:

Bachelors Degree or Equivalent

Willing to consider any Education level; preference given to higher
Educational success, particularly in the Computing field. Education is
not an acceptable substitute for proven track record in Unix endeavors,
but can be used to
demonstrate additional aptitude beyond the work experiences.

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