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Topic # 240197 25-Aug-2018 21:27
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I work part time as a Linux SysAdmin at an ISP. I have worked there for many years and it's a great job, but I'd like to get a full time job.

 

What is available where I could utilise my skills but is not at an ISP? I want to keep my current gig and the company owner is supportive of this.

 

PS: PM's from recruitment agents will be ignored. Anyone else is welcome :-)


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  Reply # 2079192 25-Aug-2018 21:29
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Many corporates (eg banks) and government departments have Linux. These days things are moving towards cloud, so having Azure / AWS skills are useful, including things like Packer for automated builds.





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  Reply # 2079193 25-Aug-2018 21:32
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timmmay:

 

Many corporates (eg banks) and government departments have Linux. These days things are moving towards cloud, so having Azure / AWS skills are useful, including things like Packer for automated builds.

 

 

Thanks for the suggestion.

 

My preference is for SME's and startups. 


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  Reply # 2079199 25-Aug-2018 22:13
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Same advice applies. Cloud deployment is a different toolset.

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  Reply # 2080008 27-Aug-2018 21:28
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MichaelNZ:

 

I work part time as a Linux SysAdmin at an ISP. I have worked there for many years and it's a great job, but I'd like to get a full time job.

 

What is available where I could utilise my skills but is not at an ISP? I want to keep my current gig and the company owner is supportive of this.

 

PS: PM's from recruitment agents will be ignored. Anyone else is welcome :-)

 

 

 

 

Where are you located? in Chch https://catalyst.net.nz/  is worth a look. Havily invested in Linux / Open Source.

 

Umbrella aquired Digiweb and have a fair bit of linux VPS etc hosting in chch and auck.

 

Ditto Sitehost.





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  Reply # 2080042 28-Aug-2018 00:40
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IcI:

 

I do like the idea of working at RocketLabs.

 

cool

 

 

What do you reckon their pay would be?





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  Reply # 2080051 28-Aug-2018 07:50
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Where in the country? I think Flick Electric need a full stack engineer.







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  Reply # 2080097 28-Aug-2018 10:00
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Christchurch is not an option. Any other city is.

 

Thanks for the headsup about Flick.


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