[Melbourne-pm] Fwd: Senior Linux Engineer - Lonely Planet
jens at porup.com
Tue Aug 7 07:16:35 PDT 2007
In my new job as a writer for Lonely Planet I have been thoroughly
underwhelmed by the quality of IT people I've worked with in their
Melbourne head office.
If anyone is looking for a chance to really shine in an otherwise
mediocre IT department, close to the CBD (Footscray), with I believe
some travel-related benefits (discounted guidebooks, anyway), this might
be a job for someone here on the list.
This is the second time David has posted this to luv-jobs in the last
month so I reckon he's having some trouble filling the role.
On Tue, 7 Aug 2007 16:29:00 +1000, "David Lutz"
<David.Lutz at lonelyplanet.com.au> said:
> At Lonely Planet we live to travel. Everything we do is designed to
> inspire and enable travellers to get out there and connect with the
> world beyond personal and geographical boundaries. Across all areas of
> Lonely Planet, we look for talented people who share our passion.
> Lonely Planet currently operates a number of Linux based systems
> within its offices and in co-located hosting facilities in
> Melbourne. Its web server infrastructure is based on a clustered
> environment of Linux servers. The Infrastructure Delivery group is
> responsible for the day-to-day operation of a number of IT systems
> including the public-facing high-traffic websites, administered from
> the Melbourne head office.
> The role of the Senior Linux Engineer at Lonely Planet is to configure
> and install operating systems and applications services on these
> servers and to maintain these systems to achieve a high level of
> availability and performance. The role involves mentoring and
> training Linux administrators in the team and supporting the software
> development team at Lonely Planet.
> To be successful in the role you will be an experienced Linux
> administrator with mentoring or management skills, have worked with
> web applications in a commercial environment and have extensive
> experience supporting development teams. You will have proven
> experience with Tomcat application servers, Redhat Enterprise Linux,
> Free BSD, advanced knowledge of web related technologies, strong shell
> and perl scripting skills, excellent trouble shooting skills and have
> supported high volume transactional systems ie. business critical.
> Applications close 20th August 2007.
> Enquiries should be directed to Menaka Radhakrishnan Recruitment
> Consultant 8379 8000 menaka.radhakrishnan at lonelyplanet.com.au
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