Fred K Ollinger on Sun, 13 Jul 2003 11:10:18 -0400

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Re: [PLUG] Tech jobs and politics, and IT diploma mills

On Tue, 8 Jul 2003, Jeffrey J. Nonken wrote:

> On Tue, 8 Jul 2003 09:07:19 -0700 (PDT), Craig Brennan wrote:
> >Then the
> >kids graduate and wonder why they're crawling under people's desks
> >setting up hardware for their first IT jobs.
> I can do that! I'm great at crawling under desks and pulling wires. Where do I sign up?

You can take my old position. It is probably not what you want, though. I
recommend it only to a college student who is in philly for the summer,
needs very, very, little money to live on, and thrives on linux:

Going to be in Philly for the summer?
Want to know what makes tick?
Wish I changed this ad every once in a while?
Enjoy responding to job-ads that begin with a series of leading questions?

Workstation Services in SAS Computing has an immediate opening for a
part-time Unix Systems Administrator.

Assist in the administration of school and departmental UNIX servers and
in the development of new shell and web services.  The successful
candidate will match the following skill set: strong UNIX skills (Solaris
and/or Linux); perl or sh scripting; basic networking knowledge;
familiarity with NFS, httpd (Apache), ftpd, lpd, sshd, and X; familiarity
with tape backup and restore; familiarity with SCSI hardware; and
willingness to provide occasional user support for UNIX software. Most
important is a real enthusiasm to learn. This is a part-time position for
SASC.  Hourly wage DOE.

Please contact Warren Petrofsky ( 215-573-0999.

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