Systems Administrator

mSpot is a rapidly growing and vibrant company of intelligent and creative individuals and our adorable canine friends. Driven by a vision to deliver the ultimate mobile entertainment to our customers ANYWHERE, we are constantly revolutionizing the viewing and listening experience. We’re responsible for the innovative online cloud service where people can store music and movies and access them whenever they want, and we’re always looking for new ways to keep things fresh and exciting. To date, mSpot has partnered with major film studios, music labels, media companies, and all major carriers and handset manufacturers to ensure client satisfaction. If you think you’re creative, fun, hardworking and ready to revolutionize the mobile music and entertainment industry, apply now!

WHO are we looking for?

Since we’re currently building a world-class technical operation and an extremely proactive management system for a burgeoning environment, we need a skilled system administrator to lend us a hand! We want enthusiastic and customer oriented people to join our small and growing team of skilled System Administrators.


BS in Computer Science or 2+ yrs related work experience and multi-component systems

Experienced troubleshooting in production environments and internet services

You must be knowledgeable in:

Linux administration: CentOS, Fedora, RHAS, OSX, Kickstart, git, cobbler, func

Storage Architecture as well as Storage Systems/Protocols/Processes: RAID, SAN, NAS, NFS, iSCSI

Database Administration: MySQL, replication, OLTP high volume/high availability, performance tuning

Services and Infrastructure Protocols: Apache, DNS, NTP DHCP, Mail, SAMBA

Scripting skills (shell, perl, php )

Management and monitoring skills: Nagios, OSSEC , Samhain

Host based networking, firewalls, VPN configuration and load balancing

Bonus points if you have experience in:

Brocade, Cisco Routers and Switch, Celeros, HA/Clustering, Linux kernel performance tuning, memcached,

Windows Domain Controllers, VMware, NAS, SAN, Asterisk/PBX, MS Exchange, Darwin Streaming server,

TWiki, OTRS, Bugzilla, Jira, Wireshark (or other sniffing), Load Balancers, RT.