DNS admin required
Job Title Technical Specialist / Sr. Sys Engrr.
Core Skill DNS Admin Windows/Linux Admin with DNS
Required Skills * Windows & UNIX Skills with DNS Administration
* DNS Security & Performance Tuning
* Excellent Communication Skills
* Excellent Personnel Management Skills
* Good Team & Inter-personal Skills
* Good Soft Skills
* Scripting Knowledge
Good to have: * Disaster Recovery Planning & Implementation (some
* Project Management (some proficiency)
*** Certification on the above "Required Skills" a plus
Knowledge: Has a logical bent of mind and can work on issues till
they are resolved, is a good mentor and has the acumen to share
knowledge with his peers and colleagues
Brief Opportunity Description Planning and Executing the DR
requirements for the Customer, who now plans to migrate their
production apps to a DR Site.
Purpose of Project
Requirement Description He/She will bring 5-8 years of experience
working in heterogenous environments with good DNS Administration
skills. Has excellent communication skills in addition to inter-
personal & soft skills. Should have worked as a Team Lead at least for
the last 1+ years with an excellent track record of managing onsite/
offshore project models for a Windows/Unix Environment. He/She must
also bring good collaborative skills to the team.
Location - Florida.
Please rush resumes to [email]email@example.com[/email]
Re: DNS admin required
[Posted and mailed]
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Tejal <email@example.com> writes:[color=blue]
> Job Title Technical Specialist / Sr. Sys Engrr.[/color]
I have no idea where you learned to read, nor whether you
understand usenet newsgroup usage. You are clearly uninformed,
Take a look at the name of this newsgroup: comp.unix.admin.
First question: do you see the word "jobs" anywhere in the
Second question: have you noticed that there are hundreds,
maybe thousands, of newsgroups with the word "jobs" somewhere
in their names?
Third question: do you think that groups with the word "jobs"
in their names just might have something to do with job
postings and announcements?
Fourth question: do you think that the ABSENCE of that one,
4-letter word ("jobs") might indicate that the group is NOT a
Fifth question: have you looked at the archives of this group
and noticed that its members do not welcome recruiting spams/
scams? If you have, then,
Sixth question: why are you posting here where job postings
are not welcome?
Those senior and experienced systems administrators who visit
this group now have another clueless recruiter and fly-by-night
company to add to their blacklists. I venture to say you will
quickly discover just how much damage you've done to your own
reputation, to say nothing of your company's. I might even
hope your association with that company will soon be terminated
because of the damage you've done in causing them to be
blacklisted as employing and encouraging newsgroup spammers.
Robert G. Melson | Rio Grande MicroSolutions | El Paso, Texas
Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is the probable
reason so few engage in it. -- Henry Ford