Sr Systems Administrator

Company Name:
Lowe Campbell Ewald
Are you on the market? Would you like to work at Ford Field? Would you like to work at a place that has a bar, works with creative people and you get to enjoy the people you work with? We are hiring a Sr. Systems Administrator! Please see the posting below:
Do you find yourself daydreaming about server optimization during a boring conversation? Do you wish you could use shell scripts to automate tasks in life? Do you carry applications like PuTTY or iTerm on your flash drive because you NEED a terminal? Does the idea of using a default LAMP install in production make you want to scream in horror? If you answered yes to these questions, then read on!
Lowe Campbell-Ewald is looking for a solution oriented, dynamic, and well-rounded systems administrator to join of our Digital Infrastructure team. We're looking for someone that not only has provided systems administration at the highest level, but who has loved doing it. If you've supported high availability applications, if you've implemented a new technology or rolled out processes that revolutionized your department, and if you have enjoyed every minute of it, then please apply. Here is what we need you to have:
Expert working knowledge of Tomcat application server, HTML, Ruby on Rails, Grails, ANT, JSP, CVS/SVN, Oracle RDMS, WordPress, Cloud computing, Virtual computing Expert working knowledge of Linux systems administration (RHEL, Fedora, and CentOS), Apache HTTP server, PHP, MySQL, Shell scripting (bash and korn), Perl A passion for problem solving, with an undeniable urge to fix it and fix it right An insatiable drive to make the environment you work in better, stronger, faster An uncanny multitasking ability yet the focus to deliver tasks on time
Lowe Campbell-Ewald strives to be the multicultural employer of choice in our industry and strongly supports equal employment opportunity.

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