APM: Perl/Unix contract in Houston

Jason Leanos jleanos at opensystemstech.com
Thu Aug 7 08:25:18 CDT 2003

Good Morning!

My client in Houston is seeking a senior Perl/Unix developer who has been working in a large productions environment (mission critical, global, financial services) with strong trouble shooting skills, high energy, reacts quickly, etc. This is a 12 month contract. Additional details are below. 
This is time sensitive. If you have the specific experience and are interested, please reply to this mail with your resume. I will contact you immediately. 
The position will requires the person to:Ensure High quality, well controlled day to day support with rapid resolution of problems.  Monitor trading systems to ensure 100% up time.  Ensure all batch job and cron jobs run in a timely manner. Understand the architecture on which the systems depend.The individual will be expected to: Reduce downtime from monitored systems to a negligible amount.  Escalate issues within 2 minutes of discovery.  Increase the degree of monitoring and alerting on supported systems.  The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:Unix's/SybasePERL. Able to assist with design and implementation of new process flows and systems.   Strong control and quality skills, including performance management.Self motivated and directed.Able to work in close partnership with Operate and other support groups globally to achieve business goals.Able to assist team in exceeding stated goals.Able to build strong relationships within the team, and peers in other groups globally.  Highly productive and always looking to improve the environment Flexibility ; able to deal with massive change. Strong verbal and written communication skills.Required experience:Prior system support experience, particularly of a large global concern. Shell scripting experience. Log file investigation experience. Perl, SQL, Sybase SQL Server, UNIX, Unix Shell Scripting

Jason Leanos
Open Systems Technologies
jleanos at opensystemstech.com

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