UNIX IBM AIX Administrator

Judicial Information Systems (JIS) Unix Administrator
This is a Unix (IBM AIX) Administrator position in support to a current proposal to the Maryland Judiciary. Key requirements are 3 years experience in IBM AIX Administration, 5 years IT experience overall, Experience administering systems with Oracle Weblogic and Database applications, experience with IBM XIV and V700 storage systems, and have a BA/BS in a CS/IT-oriented field.
1. Background
In support of the Maryland judicial system, the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) oversees and implements court policies established by the Chief Judge, the Court of Appeals, and the General Assembly. A division within the AOC is the Judicial Information Systems (JIS) Division. JIS is the department of the AOC charged with providing IT services to the Maryland Judiciary.
The Judiciary is currently launching the Maryland Electronics Court (MDEC) project. The MDEC project is the implementation of a single case management system that will be used Judiciary wide. JIS is in need of an experienced UNIX Administrator to assist in tasks such as installation and maintenance.
The Judiciary is also launching the PeopleSoft Financials and Human Capital project. The overall goal of this project is to create a Maryland Judiciary-wide solution replacing and augmenting existing Budget and Finance, Procurement, Human Resources, and Grants Management systems, as well as support Local Court Accounting for Circuit and District Courts. The Human Capital portion of this project involves integrating Human Capital Management business processes for the Judiciary within PeopleSoft.
2. Objective
The CR's efforts will support three integral projects within the AOC. Efforts will support the MDEC project, PeopleSoft Financials and Human Capital project, and the CR will also improve and update current environments.
3. Expertise Requirements
3.1 Required Experience
Experience with two or more of the listed applications is desired.
Extensive experience administering UNIX (AIX) IBM pSeries systems
Demonstrated experience administering systems with listed applications:
Oracle WebLogic Servers
Oracle Database Servers
Progress 4GL/Database Servers
Apache Web Servers
IBM Flex Systems (P260 Compute Nodes)
IBM XIV and V7000 Storage Systems
AIX Replication and Partitioning.
Experienced with UNIX (AIX) performance tuning
Able to interface with users and helpdesk for day-to-day support
Backup/recovery and networking methodologies
Capable of troubleshooting at the OS, database and application levels
Skilled in UNIX (AIX) administration including configuration and tuning
Experience working in a complex networked system environment with strong networking experience
3.2 Required Skill Set
The candidate shall have:
Minimum of 5 years of total IT experience
3 or more years of experience as a Unix (AIX) system administrator
Experience load balancing, partitioning, back-up/recovery and disaster recovery
Experience working in an environment that requires 24X7 system availability
Good teamwork skills
Excellent communication skills
Application development experience required
Leadership skills highly desired
A BA/BS degree in computer science or related IT curriculum is required
Java developer certification is a desired plus
4. Contractor Resource (CR)'s Responsibility
The duties of the CR include, but are not limited to, system installation and configuration, back-up and recovery, performance monitoring, operational system support, system software currency and maintenance, disaster recovery planning and testing.
5. Place of Performance
All work shall be performed at the Maryland Judiciary's JIS Department located at 2661 Riva Road, Suite 900, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, unless otherwise authorized.
6. Hours of Work
Hours of work are the normal operational hours. The CR is expected to conform to customer agency normal operation hours from 8:00am to 4:30pm (EST). The JIS Project Manager or Department/Senior Manager must approve work prior to or after normal operation hours.

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