[linux] Student sysadmin postions (fwd)
rlotz at cac.washington.edu
Wed Mar 28 16:30:12 PDT 2007
Forwarding on a job posting I received, see message below.
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Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 11:21:32 -0700
From: Alex Dioso <adioso at ee.washington.edu>
To: rlotz at u.washington.edu
Subject: Student sysadmin positions
Would you be willing to post the following to the Linux email list?
The SSLI <HTTP://ssli.ee.washington.edu>, MTML, and VLSI labs in the
Electrical Engineering department are seeking a student System Administrator
to join a team of people performing project work and daily maintenance of
roughly 250 Unix (Linux, Solaris, AIX) and a few Win2K/XP systems.
Excellent candidates will have some computing experience (Unix, Windows,
Mac OS, etc), be willing to learn (a lot - quickly), and have a helpful
attitude. Experience with IP networking a plus. Programming experience
also a plus.
You do not need to be a CSE or EE major. Training will be provided
with expectation of quick grasp of concepts and a willingness to be
challenged. This is a long-term position hopefully lasting two to three
(or more) years. You must be available to work at least 12 hours per week,
preferably more. Work times are mostly flexible. The job is year round,
including the Summer and term breaks.
Work study is helpful but not required.
Contact <studentsa at ssli.ee.washington.edu> for further information or
to apply by submitting your resume (in text, postscript, or PDF only).
Please be sure to indicate how long you expect to be an undergraduate
student at the University of Washington.
Application is open until Saturday, April 14th, 2007.
System Administrator, VLSI Lab
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Building EE1 Room 206
University of Washington
Phone: 206 616 4020
Fax: 206 543 3842
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