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From: "Beau Gould"
Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] [JOB] Linux Geek, NYC | 90-100k
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My client is a dynamic, cutting-edge media company and they are
expanding rapidly as millions of readers drive growth for their website,
weekly e-newsletters, and magazine.
They offer the casual work environment of a small company, but has the
opportunities and benefits only available in larger media conglomerates
including health insurance, 401K, and 3 weeks paid vacation per year!
They are seeking driven, hard-working, and career-oriented individuals
to join their winning team.
They have a homegrown mail solution right now, based on Postfix, Perl,
and MySQL. With around a dozen Linux boxes they send out at around 1M
per hour with a total volume of 50-60M per month. The guy who built the
system still handles operations but is employed elsewhere and helps them
as a consultant. They're looking to bring this role in house.
So what I'm really looking for here is an old school Linux geek who
really knows the command line with the specific experience outlines
below. You will need to have somewhat of a flexible schedule since they
do send email out on Sunday.
1) experience administering postfix; preferably in some role that
involved administering an email server (non-bulk is fine)
2) Perl programming; senior enough know about fork() and daemon
3) Linux AND fast with text processing commands (cut, grep, awk, etc)
5) Pretty strong on the systems side: knows about file
descriptors/limits, pipes and how to profile system bottlenecks (knows
how to use iostat)
Please send resume and full time salary requirements to bg -at-
Capital Markets Placement
bg -at- capitalmarketsp.com