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Systems Administrator/Developer –New York, NY, USA

at Confidential in New York, NY   —   Apr 06, 2014   |  
Overview
Confidential consulting group is looking to grow it’s team. We have a steady client list that is constantly growing and we need strong System Developers to grow with our group. We provide Technology Audits for VC’s and Fortune 500 groups.
Responsibilities
Responsibilities include auditing and maintain systems infrastructure for Technology Groups, both startups and large companies alike. This is a hands on role providing support for multiple clients on any given day. Although not a fit for everyone, if you enjoy tackling multiple projects and solutions, get in touch.
Experience
Minimum of 5 years in systems, network or database administration role.
Experience with relational databases: SQL, MySQL, NoSQL, etc.
Experience with scripting: Shell, Bash, ksh, Perl, Python
Understanding of Ruby, Java, C++, JavaScript and other technologies
Experience or understanding of multiple methodologies and frameworks
Ability to optimize or enhance current systems and reports
Knowledge of open source systems as well as proprietary systems
Skills
Optimization, automation, reporting and maintenance
Education
Relevant experience or relevant degree
Compensation
In return they are offering:
Competitive base and lucrative bonus
• The ability to grow with a fast paced, profitable group
• Very hands on role with the opportunity to make an important contribution.
• Excellent compensation structure both in terms of base and bonus rewards.
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