[buug] ebay needs a few kick-ass *nix admins
psoltani at ultradns.com
Fri Aug 8 09:29:09 PDT 2003
I think posting the jobs that you personally are aware of is a community service. I know several folks that are really good at all aspects of *nix and still looking for jobs.
So, IMHO, keep it up ;-).
>From: Bob Read [mailto:unixjavabob at yahoo.com]
>Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 9:42 PM
>To: buug at weak.org
>Subject: [buug] ebay needs a few kick-ass *nix admins
>Normally, I wouldn't spam buug with job info, but the
>economy is not what it once was, and I know how it
>goes, being unemployed for quite a while myself a year
>I'm not a headhunter--I'm on the network monitoring
>team at ebay. Which means I setup the alerting and
>reporting for the servers, databases, and apps at
>ebay. I write the programs that nuke, webaboot,
>display real-time stats, and markup/down ebay's 2600
>Ebay has a few open unix sys admin positions.
>I'll be in the Berkeley area on Tuesday if you want to
>talk about it. or call me at the number below.
>This job is really balls to the wall--and you will be
>walked out of the building if you don't know what
>you're doing. Ebay supposedly has the largest SAN
>fabric in the US.
>But if you are good at *nix, there is no place more
>rewarding. I love the people I work with/work for.
>And honestly, if you are at the top of your game, ebay
>will pay you to work with some of the coolest and most
>experimental hardware around. Ebay is not run by
>lawyers or accountants like most businesses...ebay is
>run by techies...this means "open season for open
>Let me know.
>Oh, yeah, its in San Jose...I have found it extremely
>difficult to get to/from Berkeley from San Jose, I
>wouldn't recommend it....
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