Job Description

4.00 to 8.00 Years
NEW ALBANY [United States]
Position Title: Unix Systems Engineer - AIXLocation: New Albany, OHJob Type: Contract/Contract-Hire/HireJob Summary 3+ years of AIX administration including PowerVM, LPM, & server provisioning 3+ years of Linux administration, including SUSE, RedHat and Oracle Enterprise Linux Tier 1/ Tier 2 Companies experience mandatory Retail Back ground is a Must Understanding of AIX/Linux best practices for secure builds in a large enterprise Understanding of PCI and SOX regulations and how they apply to the UNIX systems Knowledge of UNIX security practices and how to implement systems without creating vulnerabilities (privileged escalation or other kinds) to internal or external users Understanding of software and services lifecycle management and change process Scripting (Shell, Perl or Ruby preferred) Must be a highly motivated self-starter capable of simultaneously prioritizing, and managing a variety of complex project tasks and support activities in a fast paced environment Must possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Must possess strong organization skills, including a keen attention to detail Minimum 4 year degree requiredResponsibilities Systems specifications design on x86 and IBM Power hardware Design and manage UNIX infrastructurein a enterprise environment Install, configure, and maintain AIXon IBM Power hardware Install, configure, and maintain SLES and OEL on x86 hardware Manage UNIX Server configurations via Puppet Configure and manage monitoring tools such as Splunk and SNMP to identify problems across the systems space Plan and document multi-step complex changes, Contact vendor support for hardware and/or software problem resolution Work with Information Security to maintain PCI and SOX system requirements Develop disaster recovery procedures and test on a periodic basis, Be available for rotating 24/7 on-call supportOther Desired Skills Experience with Puppet (or similar) configuration management tools

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