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Network Administrator – February 15, 2013

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Tux, the Linux penguin

Tux, the Linux penguin (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Network administrators usually don’t work from home. But this remote call center support company managed to do it.

Qualified applicants will be responsible for the following tasks: assisting with server management (based on Linux) monitoring the network, creating daily / weekly reports such as VOIP traffic or costs and overseeing an onsite IT staff who make sure that everything is running operational onsite.

Ideal candidate must be very organized, able to manage time wisely a and very reliable.

Ideal candidate should have knowledge of Asterisk and Vicidial. Basic programming knowledge such as PHP is a big plus.

For more details about this position and how to apply, just click here.

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Author: Julia Jasmine Sta Romana

I'm a writer, enterprise development trainer, activist, full-time mom and part-time superhero. Currently working as 1) VA/content development for Onlinejobs.ph 2) contributor for GMA News Online and Mindanation. 3) internet right activist for Dakila.ph 4) trainer in training for ADFEC 5) co-founder of the Davao Virtual Assistants Association. I like to write about science and technology, parenting, food, society and my advocacy. On my free time I will be found * in school, taking my MBA, * scheming with my sisters on how we can save the world on our free time (Powerpuff!), * playing with our family dogs, * finding the easiest (laziest) way to do chores, and * cheering my daughter as she practices playing her trumpet, off key

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