LINUX SYSTEM ADMINSTRATOR
Must be willing to move to Melbourn, FL
- Provide Unix/Linux systems administration support for engineering programs; including support for multiple Linux OS (Red Hat, SUSE) variants, virtualization technologies, troubleshooting, and resolving issues.
- Build, configure, troubleshoot and integrate new and existing servers and technologies to provide service enhancements, applications deployments, and infrastructure upgrades.
- Lead infrastructure expansion and upgrade projects.
- Provide end-user client and application support. Utilize the IT work order system and meet all service level agreements
- Interface and coordinate with Security, Windows, Storage, Desktop, Helpdesk, and Network groups as required.
- Support Security Testing, Scanning and support ICD 503 Risk Mitigation Framework (RMF) processes. Also, remediate findings by patching, hardening or upgrading the systems as appropriate.
- Learn and advise on all company, IT, and Security policies.
- Perform other IT duties as required.
- Required current SSBI a security clearance with CI Poly. SCI Clearance required.
- Must have CompTIA Security + Certification or in the process of obtaining it. CISSP certification a plus
- Experience Red Hat Linux required, SUSE and other variants is a plus. Experience with Solaris is a plus.
- Understanding of ICD503 RMF process and procedures
- BS degree in IT, MIS, CIS, CS or equivalent, plus 5 years’ experience in Unix/Linux systems administration managing an enterprise environment.
- Knowledge of loading operating systems, hardware components, and network setup is required.
- Experience VMware and Citrix is a plus
- Troubleshooting skills with understanding of cause and effect relationships of an enterprise environment.
- Demonstrate the ability to learn and apply new technologies, adapt to changing environments, and show attention to detail.
- Good organizational skills, good problem solving skills, and a willingness to work with teams, individuals, and suppliers to troubleshoot hardware/application problems are essential.