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Job: Linux System Administrator at BC Libraries Cooperative

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Linux System Administrator
BC Libraries Cooperative
Vancouver

The BC Libraries Cooperative (http://bc.libraries.coop/) is
a non-profit, member-driven cooperative providing shared services to libraries
in the Province of British Columbia and increasingly across Canada. The
Cooperative is home to Sitka (http://bc.libraries.coop/products-
services/sitka/)- a group of libraries using the award-winning open-source
Evergreen software (http://evergreen-ils.org/) as its shared Integrated
Library System (ILS). In addition, the Cooperative supports a number of new
and emerging library services, including a national initiative to provide
accessible library materials (http://nnels.ca), a hosting service for library
website content management (http://bc.libraries.coop/products-
services/libpress/) and a cloud storage solution. Across these services, the
Co-op is dedicated to using open source tools and contemporary development
methodologies and hosting practices.

  
The BC Libraries Cooperative is hiring a half-time (18 hours/week | 3 x 6
hours) Linux System Administrator under a fixed-term contract (term
negotiable) that may lead to a regular employment position. As a member of a
dedicated technical and support team, this position will be responsible for
the maintenance and improvement of the Cooperative's technical infrastructure.
Must be willing and available for on-call (after hours) rotation and some
weekend work for maintenance. Must understand a team's obligations in
providing 24×7 support.

  
Residency in Vancouver, British Columbia is required for start date.
Compensation is negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.

  
The position requires the following core skills:

  * minimum of two years experience with Linux system administration using an enterprise-level distribution, Ubuntu Server or Debian preferred.
  * experience managing server hardware
  * experience managing data backups
  * experience writing documentation and communicating technical information clearly and concisely
  * experience managing Apache
  * familiarity with RDBMS (PostgreSQL preferred)
  
Experience with the following would be an asset:

  * Experience with Perl programming and Bash scripting
  * experience working in or with library organizations
  * participation in open source projects
  * experience with virtualization systems
  * experience with distributed object storage systems (e.g. CEPH)
  
Competencies and qualifications:

  * ability to communicate technical information clearly and concisely
  * ability to manage stress
  * a sense of humour
  * appreciation of baked goods or reasonable facsimiles; the ability to make these will be considered an asset.
  * ability to work in a distributed environment (team members do not all work in one location)
  * Bachelor of Computing Science, Engineering or Physics or significant coursework towards same; an equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be considered.
  
Candidates must clearly indicate how they meet the position requirements.
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume in PDF
format to office at bc.libraries.coop no later than February 14, 2014.

  
We thank all applicants in advance, however only shortlisted candidates will
be contacted.



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