[linux-l] echt was los...

Peter Ross Peter.Ross at alumni.tu-berlin.de
Mi Feb 21 02:00:57 CET 2007


On Tue, 20 Feb 2007, Oliver Bandel wrote:

> ... schon auffällig, daß die Fotos von Berlin, die Du ja auch da hast,
> so viele Baustellen zeigen.... ;-)
> ("echt schöne Stadt *räusper*)

Hmmh. Baustellen gibt's hier auch.. Es ist natuerlich das Neue (oder 
Abzureissende), was einem nach vier Jahren Berlin-Abstinenz auffaellt.

Der Palast der Republik ist ausserdem schon symboltraechtig. Honnies 
Lampenladen, fuer mich '89 Treffpunkt fuer Nacharbeitskaffee mit Freundin, 
1990 Auszaehlung der 18.Maerz-Wahl hier, und Sitz der letzten 

nach jahrelangem Zerren ausgemergelt, charmante Abrissruine mit 

dann plattgemacht zur Hasenheide in der Hauptstadts Mitte,

die irgendwann einem Dornroeschenschloss weichen mag, wenn Spassstadt auch 
mal wieder Geld hat..
> Den Link zu den IT-Jobs den schickst Du noch nach? ;-)

Hier ein Beispiel aus luv-jobs at luv.asn.au (das letzte, was durchkam), fuer 
Linux-Jobs in/um Melbourne, wer's ernstmeint, darf gern abonnieren.

Ansonsen z.B. it.seek.com.au.

From csamuel at vpac.org Tue Feb 20 15:24:54 2007
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 15:15:43 +1100
From: Chris Samuel <csamuel at vpac.org>
Reply-To: "recruitment at vpac.org" <recruitment at vpac.org>
To: "luv-jobs at luv.asn.au" <luv-jobs at luv.asn.au>
Subject: Systems Administrator/Programmer (SYS6701) - (VPAC)

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Systems Administrator/Programmer

Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing

Salary - $44,000 plus superannuation.

The Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing (VPAC) has a unique 
opportunity for a person to assist with the operation of their High 
Performance Computing (HPC) Facility.  

VPAC operates a range of Linux HPC Systems with over 400 CPUÿÿs primarily used 
for scientific research. Our aim to improve the effectiveness and 
competitiveness of Victorian universities, research institutes and industry 
through the provision, support and effective use of our advanced computing 
facilities and technologies across all fields of research and industry 

Reporting to the Deputy Systems Manager, you will be working jointly in a 
Linux Systems Administration and Compute Grid Developer role, managing queues 
and keeping large hardware installations operational as well as helping bring 
the Australian Compute Grid to reality. You will have a secondary role of 
systems level programming in Java, C and scripting languages.

You will be an inquisitive, helpful and enthusiastic person with an interest 
in science. The ability to work with and support our end users (typically 
scientific researchers) is very important in this role.

You will have an appropriate degree or equivalent experience as well as Linux 

We are looking for candidates with the following skills:

Key Selection Criteria

 - A good knowledge of Linux (or possibly Unix) at a systems level.
 - Skills in programming in Java, particularly at a low level.
 - Skills in programming in a scripting language such as Python, Perl, PHP or 
 - An understanding on complier and library issues, particularly in a Linux 

To be considered for this role candidates MUST include a skills matrix in 
their covering letter stating their level understanding (beginner, 
intermediate, some experience or advanced) of the following ÿÿ 

 - Linux Use
 - Linux Management
 - C
 - Java
 - Scripting
VPAC is an equal opportunity employer and offers an exciting opportunity in a 
modern work environment with excellent employment conditions and career 
progression opportunities.

Please send resumes, along with a cover letter and academic transcripts to 
recruitment at vpac.org, job reference number SYS6701.

 Christopher Samuel - (03)9925 4751 - VPAC Deputy Systems Manager
 Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing http://www.vpac.org/
 Bldg 91, 110 Victoria Street, Carlton South, VIC 3053, Australia

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