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[ale] Linux Server Basics Trainer requested by CNN



A friend of mine who works at CNN has asked for ALE's  help
in locating an experienced, independent Linux professional for
a 3 month (approx.) part time contract, The job involves on
site training of intermediate level computer staff (though mostly
new to Linux) on basic Linux server installation and admin in a
VM based environment.

The goal of the training is to familiarize attendees with the core
skills of Linux installation, VM management, command line
usage and elementary networking, agnostic to various server
distributions such as Red Hat, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu.
Exact details of the scope, course content design and number
of sessions involved are in development and dependent on
invited input from the selected candidate.  CNN would like
the training sessions to start as soon as feasible with
compensation to be determined according skill level and
training experience.

The ideal candidate will be an engaged and capable instructor
with an in depth knowledge of Linux, Linux VM server installation,
server system administration and basic networking across a
variety of Linux distros. CV's should reflect relevant skills and
make note of desired hourly compensation.

It was requested that interested candidates email their CV's to
me and I will pass them on to my CNN contact. Please send
as plain text or PDF attachments only with an email subject
line that includes the words "CNN Training".  Email to:
   Aaron Ruscetta <arxaaron at gmail.com>

Thanks for your Attention!
in peace,
Aaron Ruscetta
ALE Events Coordinator (etc),
404.315.0406