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**This part-time position will suit applicants with 3+ years’ commercial experience. Applicants must be able to work from Manchester (UK) on occasions.**\n\n## The Company\n\nBFI (Big Fish Internet Ltd) is an established digital agency that specialises in high-end website design, innovative bespoke development, hosting and digital marketing. Due to continued growth, we are on the lookout for a fantastic Linux Systems Administrator developer to join our cutting-edge development team.\n\n## The Successful Candidate\n\nYou’ll be an experienced and knowledgeable Linux web server administrator. You’ll be working alongside the Technical Director and will share responsibility for the day-to-day management of 17 CentOS LAMP web servers, hosted in our rack at the Manchester datacentre. Responsibilities will include:\n\n* Reviewing monthly vulnerability scans and planning appropriate action\n* Regular patching & updating of CentOS, Apache, MySQL, PHP etc.\n* Care & maintenance of our mail server (Qmail with ClamAV & SpamAssasin)\n* General monitoring of server health, backups\n* Housekeeping in regards to dead/new/suspended accounts\n* Holiday cover to respond to server notifications (Pingdom, Nagios)\n* Planning end-of-life hardware replacements & migrations\n* Occasional major projects such as dedicated server builds & DC migration\n* ..and all the interesting challenges that managing an active rack entails!\n\nOur rack is 17 servers, hosting 900+ PHP & Perl websites and 1500+ domains. We use a mixture of single server setups and active-active clusters using Heartbeat & DRBD. This year we’ll be focusing on upgrading some of our older servers from CentOS 5 to CentOS 7 and putting some hardware upgrades in place.\n\nThis is a part-time role which is very flexible in terms of remote working, however it’s highly advantageous that you’re within 1-2 hours commuting distance of Manchester for occasional meetings and on-site data centre work.\n\n## The Reward\n\nThis is a part-time role and payment is on an hourly basis, with an agreed day/week rate for on-call cover for server alerts. We’d like to build a long-term relationship with a reliable sysadmin and feel a monthly rolling contract with an agreed minimum number of hours’ work would be beneficial for all.\n\nExtra tags: linux,sysadmin,php,mysql,centos,lamp


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