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Hiring Sysadmin / Developer
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Hiring Sysadmin / Developer

serverianserverian Member
edited November 2013 in General

I'm looking for a guy who will be on call at least 8-10 hours a day. This can be either a full time job or a on-call job based on your expected salary and skills.

Necessary skills:

  • Ability to manage virtualized environments
  • Use linux or bsd as main OS
  • Ability to code
  • Ability to devote themselves to fix and issue and never quit before fixing it
  • Nice written English

What I need him/her to do:

  • Be available in case of an emergency and do his best to fix the issue as quickly as possible by either contacting to the datacenter, logging into the nodes, etc
  • Reply tickets (~15/day)
  • Monitor nodes and virtual machines and make sure everything works perfectly and automate anti abuse tools
  • Write some bash/awk sometimes
  • Write PHP for automating things more and more

Please email me your sample bash scripts and/or PHP code, time zone, expected monthly salary at info[~at~]oktaykilic.com

Comments

  • 2 positions have been filled. Thanks to everyone who applied.

  • Needs to be reliable, fast, honest, friendly, near-native English speaking.

    Applicants please email me at info[~at~]oktaykilic.com including your past experiences.

    Only people with virtualization and customer service experience should apply.

    Average ticket ~5 ticket per day, so it's an on-call job if you spend long hours online.

    Must work between GMT 2:00 AM - 7:00 AM

  • 0xdragon0xdragon Member
    edited November 2013

    EDIT: Nope.

  • Too early !

  • @MonsteR said:
    Too early !

    Perfect hours actually for Asian countries.

  • Couldn't this have been done in the other thread from yesterday?

  • jcalebjcaleb Member
    edited November 2013

    it was requested to be closed thru report by the op.

  • serverianserverian Member
    edited November 2013

    @mpkossen said:
    Couldn't this have been done in the other thread from yesterday?

    Sorry, I've realized the need of this position after a while I asked for the other thread to be closed and didn't want to bother you again with it. You are more than welcome to merge both threads.

  • Merged and re-opened :-)

  • So what is this position about sysadmin developer again ?

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