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Date:      Tue, 25 Nov 2003 19:49:27 -0800
From:      "Lawrence Perepolkin" <>
To:        <>, <>
Subject:   RE: FreeBSD Network Administrator
Message-ID:  <000001c3b3d0$4a8b2bb0$>
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Battled, bruise and scarred C++ developer seeks refuge as an FreeBSD
administrator. Who is willing to relocate to Hackensack, New Jersey.
Please find attached my resume.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Lawrence Perepolkin
Phone (250) 304 8475=20

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Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 5:50 PM
Subject: FreeBSD Network Administrator

FreeBSD Network Administrator

This position is for a skilled FreeBSD network administrator.  We're
looking for a take-charge admin, someone able to handle responsibility
and able to commit to getting the job done.  "Clock punchers" need not
apply.  If you love working in FreeBSD, this is the place for you.

Your primary responsibilities will be to support several hundred FreeBSD
systems we have installed in the field.  The work will be done at our
Hackensack, NJ Datacenter, but from time-to-time, you'll go onsite to
client's offices.  Telecommuters and consultants will not be considered
for this position.

We're looking for someone who is comfortable talking and working with
others and have a warm, genuine personality. =20

You must be able to at a minimum, download, install and configure:

*	FreeBSD using CVS
*	Natd
*	Ipfilter / ipfw
*	Sendmail
*	Bind
*	Apache
*	MySQL / PostgreSQL
*	Squid
*	Samba
*	Rsync
*	Zebra

You should be familiar with the FreeBSD ports structure and be
comfortable downloading, installing and troubleshooting packages.  We're
looking for someone who understands how systems work and is able to
apply this knowledge to new, complex problems.

All staff are expected to record their work in our trouble ticket
system.  This includes working with customers until they are satisfied a
problem is resolved.  You'll also be required to document your work so
that others on the team can share processes and procedures.

You'll be expected to on a regular basis

*	Create Perl and Shell scripts
*	Schedule cronjobs
*	Configure and work with NFS mounts
*	Add and Remove users from NIS, Kerberos and Samba
*	Configure (add and remove) devices, networks and protocols

You need to have a strong understanding of TCP/IP networking protocols
and principles.

This position has an on-call responsibility and from time to time you'll
be expected to work evenings and weekends.

While the job is specifically for FreeBSD, we do use several dozen
Windows 2000 servers in our operation.  Understanding how to integrate
Windows and FreeBSD is something that will definitely help you in this
job. You can virtually guarantee yourself the position if in addition to
the above requirements, you also happen to have an MCP or higher
Microsoft certification.

** Must live in the Hackensack, New Jersey area=20
** Must be able to work unsupervised.
** Must have good time management skills.
** Must be available to work the times and days specified.
** Must be able to work on call if needed.
** Must be willing to have work schedule altered as needed.
** Must agree to civil and criminal background investigation.

Email your resume to Please take the time to include
a cover letter.  Feel free to use humor, satire, pontification, etc...,
whatever you think helps me to know you better.

I look forward to your response.

Jim C.          | Carroll-Net, Inc.
201-488-4092    | | Application Service Provider
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