Just in-case anyone is interested, I've just been sent this email:
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Linux Support Administrator - Walsall, West Midlands. A BRILLIANT
opportunity here for a top technology based firm. Newly created role!
Previous Linux knowledge a MUST.
Our client is currently recruiting a Linux Support Engineer to work in the
Technical Support department and provide support at all levels of the
internal infrastructure and also their customers. Duties will include:
Delivery of web based, e-mail and telephone support for OS and software
Performing scheduled tasks and regular server administration tasks
Handling emergency interventions, as they are raised by customers
Providing feedback and reporting to management regarding overall quality
An in-depth knowledge of Linux based operating systems is essential, as
are excellent communication skills both written and verbal. The successful
candidate must be able to write automation scripts in at least one
relevant scripting language (for example Shell, Perl, Python) and must be
familiar with open source applications. A good understanding of networking
protocols and SQL language is also highly desirable, as is experience of
working with Asterisk, OpenSER/Kamailio, DRBD/HA etc is all useful.
Salary £16-20k + Career Development in a growing company!
That's taking the 'P' with those requirements it should be £35-£40K
They'll end up with dross then complain "We just cant get skilled people"
Pay peanuts you get monkeys