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Hiring for a part-time sysadmin

November 25th, 2009 by Nicholas Reville

Participatory Culture Foundation needs a part-time sysadmin, working about 10 hours a week, supporting Miro, Miro Guide, Miro Community, and our development tools. Do you know anyone great, especially someone who loves free and open-source software? Send them our way!

We are looking for someone with at least 3 years of experience and experience with multiple organizations.

We currently work with the following software and platforms:

* Ubuntu and Fedora
* Amazon Web Services
* MySQL and PostgreSQL (both maintenance and performance)
* Apache and lighttpd
* Squid cache
* Version control w/ Git and Subversion
* Nagios
* Litmus/Selenium
* Subversion
* Trac
* cgit
* Bugzilla

We need a teammate who is professional and extremely reliable. We are all passionate about the work we do and want someone who feels the same way.

Please send a brief introduction, a resume, and at least two references to npr[at]pculture.org.

Update: I neglected to mention that most of the staff works remotely from home from various places on the globe and we don’t need you to be in a specific location.

Thanks!

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  2. Dogsbody says:

    Is physical location important at all?

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