[lug] Upcoming Linux Admin positions at Echostar

Collins Richey crichey at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 23:32:43 MDT 2005

Fellow List Members and Linux Advocates,

Echostar Satellite L.L.C (DISH Network) will be opening up two
permanent full-time Linux Admin Positions within the next few days.
The positions will be advertised on other lists and job services. Here
are the specs for the positions:


Linux Admin II
Must have at least four years experience with one of the following any
Linux OS, Solaris OS, HP-UX OS, or AIX OS
Red Hat Certification or Collage Degree preferred
Must have proven knowledge on
MySQL, CF-Engine, Perl/PHP/C/bas-shell, Firefox, Bind DNS/DHCP, LDAP,
CUPS. LPR, IP tables, PAM system
Prefer proven knowledge on
IBM Rational Clear Case, Veritas or other backup solution, Red Hat
Package Management - Build - Deploy

Salary is negotiable, we would like to request salary history on each candidate


These positions are at our Inverness Site (Englewood, about 1 mile
south of Arapahoe Road and Lima).  We provide support for Linux
Engineering Development teams in Englewood and a few other sites in
the US and overseas. There are currently 110+ Linux desktop machines
and 30+ Linux servers at the local site. This is a Red Hat shop. It's
a friendly and mostly low-stress work atmosphere. You may be asked to
deploy work stations and servers, ie to lift equipmnet up to 50 lbs,
as a part of the job.

If you believe you are qualified, please submit a resume and cover
letter to me or to John Hazlip (see the CC list above); don't reply to
the list where you received this mail.  We (John and myself) are
unable to discuss salary ranges, but I believe that salaries are
competitive for comparable jobs in the local area.

As is the case with most large companies, Echostar will administer a
pre-employment drug screening.

If you want more information, you are welcome to call me at 720-217-7751.

Collins Richey
      Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code ... If you write
      the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not
      smart enough to debug it.
             -Brian Kernighan

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