[SVLUG-Jobs] GREE is hiring Linux System Admin

Rick Moen rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Jun 7 18:22:57 PDT 2013

Just forwarding.  I have no connection to this company or this job
offer.  (This Hiroshi fellow says you can talk to him.)

Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 22:30:02 -0000
From: Hiroshi <hiroshi.murakami.us at gmail.com>
Subject: GREE is hiring Linux System Admin

GREE has the below open position.  Please let me know if you are interested.



System Administrator	
Company:	GREE

Job Type:	Full-Time regular employee on GREE payroll

Category:	Engineering

City:	San Francisco

State:	California

Country:	United States

Last Updated:	Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Description:	System Administrator 
GREE Interantional, Inc
San Francisco, CA

Do you crave the adrenaline rush of supporting the production infrastructure that powers some of the world's greatest mobile games?  Are you a fanatic when it comes to quashing operational inefficiencies in web infrastructure?  Do you get a kick out of automating routine tasks with a few lines of code?  If so, we've got just the role for you!  Come join one of the largest mobile social gaming companies in the world.
What you get to do every day:
Be part of a dedicated 24/7 production operations support team making sure our games run smoothly and efficiently for millions of players around the world.
Scale systems up or down according to planned game events, marketing campaigns, new features and game play modes.
Monitoring of systems and capacity using state-of-the art tools
Work with game engineering teams to ensure a successful release of all components from QA to Production.
What you bring to the role:
1-2 years production 24/7 internet SaaS/PaaS systems administration
Experience supporting LAMP infrastructure & multi-tier web applications
Experience with the Linux command line, shell scripting, automation of common tasks, and configuration of systems monitoring tools
Ability to work efficiently in a fast paced environment
Ability to work under pressure and in high stress situations
Not afraid to do what it takes to get services back online when the boogey-man strikes
A willingness to learn and pick up new tricks of the trade

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