I have a client in Dallas Texas that is looking for a Linux Administrator for a project.

This requires a TS/SCI clearance. They will only accept someone at this level.

The project should last until September.

Here is the job description.

This Linux system administrator will be responsible for:

Providing all aspects of system administration including installation, customization, and integration of computing systems.
Systems Administration for Red Hat Linux and IBM Blades
Design, configure and deploy Linux platforms.
Responsibilities also include setup and configuration of servers, workstations, RAID file systems, Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS), maintenance, user support for both hardware and software.
Experience in Commercial-Off-The Shelf (COTS) integration including analysis, design, configuration, integration, testing and debug of COTS systems and their various components.
Maintain configuration control diagrams and documentation for installed systems.
Assist on review boards to facilitate planning for integration of software and hardware.
Provide in-depth troubleshooting and performance tuning for all aspects on system administration.
Troubleshoot and isolate problems across the spectrum of IT, including network, servers, workstations, and applications.
Current TS/SCI/SSBI Security clearance required

Let me know your thoughts when you get the chance.

Thanks again,