Storage Engineer

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9 months
Computer Futures
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A senior unix/storage engineer position has arisen due the the recent growth of my client, a finanial services company based in Dublin.As a member of the Systems Engineering team, you will be responsible for the effective provisioning, installation, configuration, operation and maintenance UNIX and Storage Infrastructure. The responsibilities include following:

· Ownership & Administration of 500+ UNIX servers (AIX/Solaris/Linux);

· Ownership & Administration of IBM nSeries/FasT, NetAPP, EMC and Hitachi HDS SAN environments;

· System monitoring, troubleshooting and capacity management;

· Provide quarterly reporting of storage utilization and associated recommendations.

· Provide hardware and operating system technical knowledge to other UNIX administrators, DBA's and systems developers;

·Install, configure and maintains UNIX operating systems;

· Install, configure and maintains Storage operating systems (DOT);

· Troubleshoot and resolves problems with hardware;

· Ensures system service and integrity, including data backup and recovery, performance monitoring, security and general administration;

· Upgrades/installs of server operating systems, performance improvements, monitoring, disaster recovery, scalability planning, networking, and overall process improvements;

· Documenting UNIX servers environments;

· Projects releases and implementations;

Skills Required

. Minimum of 5-7 years experience as a Unix Systems Administrator (preferably AIX 7/6; Solaris 10/9; RedHat Linux);

· Minimum of 3 years experience with storage technologies (IBM nSeries/FastT, NetAPP, EMC, HDS);

· Strong knowledge of virtualization on IBM pSeries, HMC configuration and/or Solaris LDOMs;

· Strong knowledge of UNIX shell scripting/automation (Bourne shell, bash, perl, sed/awk, etc.);

. Strong knowledge of enterprise backup technologies (NetBackup, etc.);

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