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Senior Linux System Engineer (m/f/d)

Berlin

Become part of our strong operations team!

Your troubleshooter mentality is needed! As a Senior Linux System Engineer (m/f/d) you are responsible for the operation and further development in various projects of Linux based web applications.
Bring yourself and your know-how to a motivated team and to exciting projects for clients such as the Federal Press Office, the Federal Ministry of the Interior, the German Aerospace Center or the Deutsche Börse. Part-time work is also possible.
 

What awaits you

  • Challenging tasks: from the management of complex services to the professional management of technical components, you will be involved and develop your skills.
  • Exciting projects: You will work in an interdisciplinary team on complex projects for well-known clients and will take on a wide range of tasks.
  • Responsibility: You will provide support in technical projects and take over as Lead System Engineer (m/f/d) the technical management of these projects.
  • Steep learning curves: Container, OpenShift, Ansible, Marionette or Icinga? Our projects and the trainings of our ]init[ Academy offer you a wide range of development opportunities.
  • Interdisciplinary team spirit: A likeable team that works together with fun - and that in the heart of Berlin.
     

What you bring

  • At least 5 years of professional experience as a Linux System Engineer (m/f/d) or comparable know-how
  • Very good knowledge of Java applications (e.g. tomcat, Wildfly), in the field of databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL) and web servers (e.g. apache, nginx)
  • Expertise in at least one of the following products: GSB, CoreMedia, Sitecore, Drupal, AntOn, Infrastructure, Cloud
  • Know-how in DevOps practices, such as automation (e.g. Containering, Ansible, OKD, puppet) are a plus
  • Experience in leading and coaching of teams is an asset
  • Very good German and good English skills
When do we get to know each other?
Your chance.
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Nico Fanenbruck
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