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ASRC Federal InuTeq, is currently seeking a Senior UNIX System Administrator in San Antonio, TX. This position requires an active Secret clearance and a Security+ certification or the ability to obtain one. ASRC Federal InuTeq provides information security, enterprise architecture, software development and health IT solutions to federal government customers. Our employees embrace innovation and are committed to a culture of continuous, standards-driven process improvement and assimilation of industry best practices. We offer a stimulating and challenging work environment, competitive compensation packages, career advancement opportunities, and educational benefits to enhance professional skills. From software engineers and system administrators to program managers, analysts, scientists, logisticians and much more, we have many opportunities to explore. Roles and Responsibilities: Qualified candidates shall administer UNIX operating systems running on multiple domains. Execute startups and shutdowns of each system and domain Installation of operating systems, patches, bug fixes and advisories (P) Configure the OS and server to conform with current Security policy and procedures Monitor and report unauthorized access attempts Monitor and apply all necessary OS security patches (M) Install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot disk space and file system usage Configure and troubleshoot high-availability hardware and software solutions Create, monitor, and manage logical volume and mirror disk features Monitor and manage system resources Create shell programs and schedule jobs to run through "cron" Maintain an inventory of system level hardware and software configurations Initiate, review, update, and respond to trouble tickets Document all system downtime, hardware failure, etc. Define and implement system backup and recovery procedures Perform system backups and recoveries Create, administer, and monitor all OS-level accounts Control and manage root or "root-equivalent" access Performance monitoring Performance tuning Insertion and removal of tapes upon request Monitor and manage audit logs Monitoring of hardware error messages and taking appropriate action Problem determination and troubleshooting, as required Comply with IAW DoD Directive 8570.1M Requirements: File System Management (JFS and JFS2 file systems and logical volume management) (M) Device Configuration Managing System and Network Security Disk Management System Backup and Disaster Recovery TCP/IP, Domain Name Server (DNS), Network File System (NFS) Commands for System Administrators Installation and Patches System Resource Controller (SRC) Shell Scripts Troubleshooting Ability to write shell scripts to automate tasks. Perl scripting is a plus. (P) Understanding of TCP/IP Networking and troubleshooting. Experience supporting standard UNIX services (BIND, Sendmail, NFS, FTP, SSH, DNS, Syslog facility) Knowledge of IBM SAN best practices, including configuring RAID arrays and custom zoning. Knowledge of IBM Storage Manager Client and SAN Volume Controller (SVC). Kerberos management Required Certification: Security + Required clearance: DoD Secret ASRC Federal Holding Company and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Department: Network & Telecomm Srvc - provided by DiceArchitecture, Backup and Recovery, BIND, Development, Disaster Recovery, DNS, Hardware, IBM, Manager, Management, Networking, Perl, Scripts, Security, Shell Scripts, System Administrator, Systems Administrator, TCP/IP, Unix

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