Linux Engineer

Ref No. EMP452037
Salary £45,900 - £50,000/annum
Location West Sussex, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Now Interviewing


Linux Engineer - permanent opportunity based in Worthing, West Sussex - Salary range between 45,900 to 50,000 pa



The Job

Working for a leading utilities organisation, as Linux Engineer you will be responsible for managing the high availability server infrastructure and associated operational services in line with the agreed Service Level Targets. You will work with the other IT teams, such as Network Operations, Application Management, Security, the Service Desk, Strategy & Architecture and the project delivery teams to ensure close alignment and engagement in implementing major developments and enhancements within the existing IT infrastructure.

Key responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the resolution through 2nd & 3rd line support for all infrastructure issues;
  • Maintenance of relevant IT policy and standards in line with appropriate best practice;
  • Keep up-to date with the latest relevant technology, relevant standards, policies and directives;
  • Liaise with internal governance and the relevant external authorities in order to ensure that we are moving towards an approved compliant infrastructure;
  • Produce and maintain operations manuals/run books for the associated services for this team in line with corporate standards;
  • Identifies and acts upon opportunities for continuous improvement to reduce operational risks, optimise efficiency and improve standards;

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