Why work for Tracsis?
We are a SME who is big enough to make things happen but small enough to care about our employees and who prides itself on working with a blue chip client base including the majority of the UK transport operators such as Arriva, First, Stagecoach, Go-Ahead, National Express and Virgin.
Our success is down to the way we work, the opportunities we seek and act upon and our amazing employees who make everything happen.
We are currently recruiting for a Network & Linux Systems Administrator to join our Manchester team.
We are recruiting a Newwork & Linux Systems Administrator to join our Platform team, who support our extensive data centre installation, cloud prescence, wider ranging customer connectivity and group wide internal IT.
Reporting to the Head of Infrastructure, the Network & Linux Systems Administrator will use the latest technologies to develop, performance tune and support our hosted and cloud services.
The Network & Linux Systems Administrator will be responsible for researching both technology appraisal and fault finding activities and working with networks, firewalls, storage devices, virtual and physical services at all levels from bare metal, upwards.
You will proven experience of some of the following:
In addition, you will have a strong, analytical ability to problem solve and have careful attention to detail. You will be team orientated and have a good level of commercial awareness. Experience of relational databases such as Oracle, Postgres and Mysql is desirable.
There is an on call element to this role which requires the individual to be on call one out of every four weeks to answer any support calls from customers to assess,identify and fix any infrastructure problems encountered.
At Tracsis we offer the following benefits:
If working for Tracsis is your next career move, email your c.v and current salary remuneration to Louise Hodgson, Divisional HR Advisor at email@example.com
The closing date is the 30th April 2019
Strictly no agencies. Applications received from agencies will not be considered and unsolicited calls from agencies are not welcome.
Posted: 11 January 2019