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[JOB] Systems Administrator, Carlsbad, CA

[JOB] Systems Administrator, Carlsbad, CA 

This is a full time (preferred), on-site, salaried (preferred) or contract
Systems Administrator position located in Carlsbad, CA. Some telecommuting
possible, but full time/on-site preferred. US Citizens or Green Card holders
only please. Local candidates only. They are also looking for a PHP/Zend
Developer and iOS Developer. Thank you. 

My Carlsbad, CA client is a cutting edge, fast-growing company leading the
corporate wellness industry. They work with major corporations to improve
the health and productivity of employees through engaging, socially driven
software and hardware. They are located in Carlsbad, CA and would prefer a
full time, 100% on-site, salaried employee, but they will consider other
options (contract, part time, etc). Pay will be competitive. Environment is
fast-paced, relentlessly innovative, and outside-the-box. 


Manage cloud-based infrastructure and help the company maintain up-time,
scalability, and cost-effectiveness.   The person we are looking for is
extremely reliable, a continuous learner, immensely trustworthy and someone
who wants to be part of a fast-growing, high-speed culture. 

The ideal candidate will possess a good amount of the following: 

* Rackspace cloud 
* Rackspace files 
* Zend Server stack 
* Apache2 
* PHP (adding and tweaking of modules) 
* MySQL - expertise with master/slave replication 
* System tuning for maximum speed at minimal expense 
* SVN 
* Linux distributions 
* Debian 
* Linux user management 
* File systems with NFS experience 
* Shell scripting (we currently use bash) 
* DNS (we use Go Daddy currently) 
* Memcached 
* Load balancing 

If you are interested in this job, please submit your RESUME and SALARY
(preferred) or HOURLY requirements to opensourcestaffing|AT|gmail.com 

Thank you, 
Beau J. Gould 
Open Source Staffing 
Follow me @ossjobs - New jobs posted daily. Full time, contract and

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