01 - February - 2012

FILLED: We are hiring: Linux hosting sysadmin

Post by Chris H
Ixis Service

Ixis are recruiting a Linux hosting systems administrator.

Your main responsibilities will include managing existing clients, migrating new clients to our platform or setting up / supporting systems using their existing infrastructure. 

Experience of the following would be required:

  • Linux general system administration
  • LAMP stack config & support
  • Web related services (DNS, mail etc)

Experience in the any of the following would be highly advantageous:

  • Puppet
  • High availability
  • Version control / Deployments
  • Performance tuning
  • Virtualisation / Cloud

Supporting existing setups that run well doesn't consume all of our time so there is ample time for research and development into new technologies, automating processes and anything that makes our day more efficient!

Why Work For Ixis?

  • We've been in the Drupal business for over 7 years and run a fun, friendly and relaxed office environment.   
  • Our office hours are flexible to work around busy traffic periods.
  • Training budget - Per year to spend on improving your skill set.
  • Choose your hardware (within reason, the 27" iMac seems to be the current weapon of choice)
  • Conferences - We went to Copenhagen in 2010 and sponsored Drupalcon London last year and will hopefully be at Drupalcon in Germany this year.
  • Great clients - We have great relationships with enterprise clients and are in a fortunate position where we can now choose who we work with

Salary: £negotiable.

Hours: 8 hours a day to be taken between 8:30am and 6pm.

Apply: Submit a short cover letter, salary expectation and a copy of your CV via our online application form

NOTE - Recruitment agencies we really really don't want your spam, don't waste your time

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Chris H

Commercial Director

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