Unix Admin Analyst

Tulsa, OK 77042-3706

Posted: 06/13/2019 Employment Type: Contract Job Category: IT Job Number: 5190

Unix Admin Analyst



The Unix Administrator Analyst will provide technical expertise for all aspects of a global Unix environment. The analyst will be a contributing member of the Unix

Operations Team and may be responsible for: 
  • Installing, configuring, and maintaining AIX, Redhat Linux, and Suse Linux operating systems 
  • Evaluate existing application and database requirements for projects, design solutions that address business needs, and implements efficient and cost saving Unix solutions 
  • Provide key technical data including, but not limited to, capacity planning, implementation, configuration, and usage reporting 
  • Monitor log files, performance issues, and the production environment for mission critical systems 
  • Participate in After-Hours on call rotation for the global Unix environment 
  • Configure both physical and virtual servers to meet project and customer requirements based on internally developed processes using global standards 
  • Maintain Patch Compliance procedures leveraging the  internal Change Management system 
  • Develop and promote standard operating procedures 
  • Engaging in continuous learning to stay abreast on new and emerging technologies that relate to the Unix environment 
  • Conducting audits of Unix servers to ensure compliance with established standards, policies, and configuration guidelines 
  • Being available to perform tasks outside normal business hours and on weekends as well as being on call 

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States 
  • Minimum of 5 years of consecutive operating experience with the AIX, Redhat and/or Suse operating systems, including architecture, diagnostics, troubleshooting, and problem solving 
  • Working knowledge in AIX on IBM Power Hardware 
  • Working knowledge in Red Hat Linux on HP Intel Servers and VMware 
  • Working knowledge of Suse Linux. 
  • Experience with the AWS and Azure cloud providers. 
  • Proficiency in the English language and reading comprehension 
  • Basic knowledge of network theory, design and architecture 
  • Basic knowledge of storage technologies, design and architecture 

  • Knowledge and demonstrated experience with shell scripting 
  • Ability to work effectively across time zones and geography 

Knowledge and experience with storage technologies in IBM, Pure, and/or EMC with features including: 
  • SAN 
  • FCP 
  • NFS 
  • SCSI 
  • Deduplication 
  • Block level replication 
  • Ability to apply solutions, technology and products to a project or business opportunity 
  • The ability to effectively instruct others on how to complete a task or activity 
  • Ability to work effectively and add value in a team environment
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