Raytheon Technologies Linux / Unix Systems Administrator in Dallas, Texas
Job Description :
Raytheon currently has an exciting IT position available that supports the Raytheon mission of making the world a safer place. We are currently seeking a Linux / Unix Systems Administrator that will be working in a highly collaborative, multi-platform and multi–disciplined environment. The Systems Administrator is required to have an active secret security clearance as they will be responsible for deploying and maintaining classified IT infrastructures.
The candidate’s day-to-day activities include, but are not limited to: Linux / Unix server management; storage management; file server management; access management; data backup; software and license configuration; and workstation support. Each day in the life of a Linux / Unix Systems Administrator can bring something new – building a new IT infrastructure for a group of engineers, restoring files due to an outage, updating virus definitions and security patches, teaming with our brilliant engineers on how to improve their processes, and more.
Our team is passionate, diversified, and growing. The environment for our IT professionals is dynamic, which will allow you to interface with various internal and external customers and expand your scope of expertise. Our collaborative work environment encourages individuals to work in teams, but to also be comfortable working independently. We value our employees and encourage continuous learning within the organization.
By any measure, Raytheon is an exciting and rewarding place to work. We pride ourselves on developing world-class talent in an inclusive atmosphere. The result is a workforce that takes pride in the company and consistently delivers superior solutions.
Critical thinking – ability to solve technical problems independently and with collaborative teams
A knack for technology in general, and even better if Linux/Unix technologies
Minimum 4 years of experience supporting Linux operating systems with strong knowledge of Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 6 or newer
Experience with Linux architecture, deployment, administration, networking, performance monitoring/tuning, security hardening, and troubleshooting
Integrated AD authentication (Kerberos, LDAP and/or Centrify)
Experience with SMTP, DHCP, DNS, NIS, LDAP, CIFS, NFS, Samba and *NIX system security
Experience with infrastructure backup, restore, disaster recovery and business continuity products like Symantec NetBackup
Experience with security infrastructure products and capabilities (e.g. Antivirus)
Experience gathering requirements, designing, and implementing appropriate solutions
Experience with application installation and multi-server environment/deployment
Experience with an IT incident/service request system
Effective written and interpersonal communication
Experience with HP server hardware support and diagnosis
Experience with HP storage hardware support and diagnosis
Active DoD Secret security clearance
Ability to obtain Top Secret Clearance
High availability and failover scenarios, load balance environments
System monitoring experience
Automation via scripting - file replication, file system tuning, upgrading and configuring
System configuration management experience
Experience with HP server and storage hardware
Knowledge of NAS and/or SAN (e.g. NetApp)
Experience with VMware ESXi and vCenter technologies
Familiar with Splunk & Centrify products
Familiar with Ansible
CompTIA Security+ certification or other industry-recognized certifications relevant to a Linux/Unix System Administrator
Typically, Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Information Technology or related technical discipline and a minimum of 2 years related experience or 10 years in lieu of a Bachelor's degree
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.