[clug] RE: [Oz-ISP] [Job] ISP System/Network Admin - Canberra
skeeve at skeeve.org
Tue Mar 16 13:11:22 GMT 2004
Is it that hard to write your own Job advertisement?
From: majordomo-owner at koala.aussie.net
[mailto:majordomo-owner at koala.aussie.net] On Behalf Of Robert
Sent: Tuesday, 16 March 2004 5:52 PM
To: linux at lists.samba.org; aussie-isp at aussie.net
Subject: [Oz-ISP] [Job] ISP System/Network Admin - Canberra
We have a job available for a system/network admin. Full time preferred, but
part time considered.
+ Good Linux Sysadmin Skills (RedHat, Debian, etc).
+ Network Admin skills. Good understanding of principles of TCP etc
and experience managing a network. Some Cisco skills an advantage.
+ ISP Services - Mail Servers (Sendmail), Web servers (Apache),
POP/IMAP Servers, DNS Servers (Bind 9), Radius skills
+ Scripting Skills - Perl, Shell, PHP, C etc - Any one or more of
these would be advantageous.
+ ISP Hardware - Routers, NAS and such.
+ Security knowledge - IPTables, Firewall concepts, etc. Also anti
virus and anti spam software.
+ ISP experience and familiarity with the ISP industry
+ Ability to carry out tasks un-supervised
+ Time Management and Project Management skills - you MUST be
+ Helpdesk support skills
+ Documentation skills
It is essential that all of the above areas are at least covered in
some manner. The applicant need not be an expert in all the above areas,
but should have at a reasonable level of familiarity with most of them and
be willing to learn.
Remuneration will be based on skill and experience.
Resume's should be sent to me via email (robert at apex.net.au).
About the company:
Apex Internet is one of Canberra's leading ISP's having been in
operation since 97. We offer services for both dialup and broadband
(Transact and ADSL). We also offer web hosting services.
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