Linux Systems Administrator – Core Infrastructure – Associate
May 15, 2018
London, United Kingdom
Morgan Stanley's Low Latency Linux support team is looking for a Linux Systems Administrator to implement and maintain the next version of our large scale heterogeneous Linux plant.
The existing environment consists of a mixture of open source and in-house written Perl and Python components which will be modernised and replaced to ensure the continued delivery of a stable and secure infrastructure with increased agility and flexibility.
Low Latency Linux support team is responsible for maintaining and improving Linux infrastructure for Morgan Stanley's distributed systems. The group is involved in evaluation, certification, integration, and maintenance of numerous products, including hardware, Red Hat Linux, configuration management, system services (DNS, DHCP, NTP, etc.), virtualization technologies and a variety of in-house developed tools.
We are looking for a Linux System Administrator with Perl or Python development experience.
You will have experience of managing, deploying to and debugging large scale production environments
You will work with firewall teams and submit tickets for rule changes and troubleshooting requests.
You will be able to write secure, testable, robust code.
You will be responsible for on-call responsibilities shared with a global team
You will be joining a global team of highly accomplished engineers, developers, and operations specialists.
You will contribute and maintain documentation for systems, processes, and procedures.
You will have experience with Change Management and Problem management practices
You will be expected to collaborate with a global team to accomplish deliverables.
You will be responsible to participate in open forums with your global team to discuss projects.
You will be expected to act like an owner.
Previous Enterprise Level Experience in Large Distributed Environment
In Depth Experience with Linux System Administration preferably Red Hat.
Detailed knowledge of TCP/IP, Experience with networking and security concepts, implementation, and troubleshooting.
Experience with monitoring tools and solutions
Proven analytical and troubleshooting skills in a highly visible faced paced enterprise environment.
Coding experience with Perl/Python and shell scripting.
Experience automating workflow
Ability to work with a global team.
An understanding of Problem and Change Management Practices
An understanding of SLA, Metrics, and Alerts
Effective communication skills to a diverse audience
Ability to write technical documentation and teach team members.
ESolid understand of Linux Kernel internals performance tuning
Experience with application integration
Some experience working in a DevOps centric environmen
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