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[ale] I've Been Made Redundant



I work at Turner doing Software Development for that other operating
system(please don't flame me) and its actually a pretty decent place to
work.  It can be somewhat stressful at times but I have to say it is never
boring.  If there is any I can do to help you, just email me.  I'm not in
Internet Operations( I'm in Enterprise Applications) but maybe I can put in
a good word to someone who can help out.

Michael A. Smith

On 4/24/07, John C <jcouncilman at knology.net> wrote:
>
> This came in my mailbox today.  Don't know if it's what you have in mind
> though....
>
>
>
> Dear Consultant,
>
> Hope you are doing good.
>
> I have this very urgent req. with our direct client *Turner Broadcasting*.
> Please go through the req. and send me your updated resume with these
> details ASAP>
>
> Full Name // Present Location // Availability // Contact No.// Visa Status
> // Expected Hourly Rate
>
>
> *SYSTEM ENGINEER*
>
> *Posting Job Title*    Senior Systems Engineer
>
> *Requisition #*   79428BR
>
> *Department*   Internet Ops
>
> *Location*         United States - Georgia - Atlanta
>
> *Position Type*  Temporary (Long Term Contract)
>
>
>
> The System Engineer is responsible for maintaining daily operational
> controls of all LINUX and Web Farm server configurations, system libraries,
> patches, OS changes, new product testing, alarms, alerts, triage and
> documentation change control and load management. Support day-to-day
> operations of all the systems used to deliver content, which may include
> web, video, e-mail, application and e-commerce servers.
>
>
>
> *Principle Accountabilities*
>
> ?        Assists in developing and maintaining processes and procedures to
> deploy software and configurations into production environments.
>
> ?        Ability to rebuild the production, development and QA
> environments with specific expertise in Linux, Unix, RedHat, clustering,
> backups and other production procedures as necessary.
>
> ?        Reviews and suggests technology that will help drive performance
> and process forward within Internet Operations
>
> ?        Identify and ensure the performance, trending, management and
> monitoring tools are adequate and accurate for us to deliver quality
> products to our businesses
>
> ?        Work with vendor engineers to validate integrity of systems and
> service prior to staging to production
>
> ?        Performs disaster recovery tests and verifies with other team
> members on service levels
>
> ?        Ability to work with fiber channel switches, perform
> configurations, define and resolve all cable issues within the Data Center.
>
> ?        Must be able to multi-task and manage multiple environments
>
>
>
> *Requirements ***
>
> ?        B.S. in Engineering or Computer Science or related experience
>
> ?        5 years of experience in System administration, in depth
> knowledge of configuration management using Linux and Unix.
>
> ?        3 years of Unix scripting
>
> ?        Must have experience configuring large enterprise, high
> availability systems
>
> ?        Must provide on-call support and troubleshooting
>
> ?        Must be knowledgeable in Perl and shell
>
> ?        Must be able to develop tools and understand monitoring and
> storage solutions
>
> ?        General understanding of DR/BCP
>
> ?        Must be able to communicate effectively with IO team
>
>
>  Thanks & Warm Regards
>
> *Lalit Mohan *
>
> Sr. Technical Recruiter
> Primus Software Corporation
>
> Tel: 770- 573-4414
>
> Fax: 770-300-0005
>
> Yahoo IM:-  Lalit.dudeja
>
> Email:- lalit at primussoft.com
>
> Web :www.primussoft.com
>
>
> On 4/24/07, Danny Cox <danscox at mindspring.com> wrote:
> >
> > Folks,
> >
> >         I learned today that I'm now redundant at my company.  It seems
> > that
> > they don't want an old Linux fart in a all Windows environment.
> >
> >         So, in that vein, does anyone know of any C/Perl/Python
> > development
> > opportunities?
> >
> >         Thanks in advance!
> >
> > --
> > kernel, n.: A part of an operating system that preserves the
> > medieval traditions of sorcery and black art.
> >
> > Danny
> >
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