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System Engineer

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 422876
Job Title: System Engineer
Job Type: Permanent
Company: JUDGE GROUP
Location: Norristown, PA
Contact E-mail:
Salary: Open
Description:
We are currently seeking a Systems Engineer to lead the implementation, production roll out and ongoing management of a wildly successful proof of concept offering SIP termination and origination services to our fax customers using T.38 Fax Over IP.
Responsibilities:
Build and maintain RedHat/CentOS-based Linux servers
Troubleshoot network routing and performance issues that have been characterized and escalated by technical support team
Perform general system tasks such as OS and application upgrades, file system maintenance, and user administration
Install and maintain hardware in data centers
Manage web servers, SSL certificates, load balancers, and high availability applications
Analyze and resolve service-impacting issues across the whole platform (hardware, software, network) quickly and efficiently while maintaining communication with impacted parties
Participate in on-call rotation
Develop tools and scripts to improve our deployment process and effectively monitor custom applications
Gain deep knowledge of our complex applications to develop a bird's eye view
Requirements:
Extensive familiarity with Linux, in particular RHEL/CentOS and Debian distributions
Extensive understanding of fundamental network concepts such as switching and routing, and at least some experience collecting and analyzing packet captures using Wireshark
Basic understanding of MySQL, MSSQL, and/or PostgreSQL/EnterpriseDB
Practical knowledge of shell scripting and at least one of the following languages: PHP, Perl, Python, or Ruby
Experience with Cacti, Nagios, and SNMP or equivalent
Solid working knowledge of Apache and Nginx
Strong troubleshooting skills and the ability to debug scripts/code and network issues
An understanding of fundamental technologies like TCP/IP, HTTP, and DNS
Please send all qualified resumes .

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