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“Man, I can’t believe I let a string of fancy words sucker me into watching a sunrise.”

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Turkey Jam 2015 at Cal Poly
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Cal Poly's Computer Science Department is recruiting for a permanent, full-time, operating systems analyst (OSA) position with specific emphasis on Linux systems. A general description and a link to the full position description and application is below. Please share with others (including on other social networks), review of applicants begins on October 23!


This position will report to the Chair of the Department of Computer Science and will support labs and computer services to the faculty and students of the Computer Science Department, which includes but is not limited to the interface between the department systems and other campus systems and services; system analysis, modification, maintenance, installation, and administration functions; and support of the user community on the use of these systems. The position also maintains assigned systems to ensure system availability, integrity, and reliability. 

The individual in this role will work relatively independently and possess the experience to be fully proficient in performing most or all of the work assignments defined for their position. The chosen candidate will have the skills and knowledge to be able to independently applying technical judgment to standard and nonstandard applications and systems, solve a wide range of problems, and use effective communication and listening skills to develop practicable and thorough solutions. 

The Computer Science Department offers a BS and MS degrees in Computer Science (CSC), and a BS in Software Engineering (SE). The department, co-offers with the Electrical Engineering Department a BS in Computer Engineering (CPE). Undergraduate enrollment in the CSC and SE programs is respectively 640 students, and 240 students. The department also serves and additional 80 graduate students and 550 CPE students. Department personnel include over 30 faculty (Tenure Track and Lecturers) and two administrative staff. 

The department operates 12 computer labs, uses three major operating systems, including Linux, Windows, and MacOS, and has specialized labs for Game Design/Interactive Entertainment, Software Engineering, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), cyber-security (2 labs), networking, and a massively-parallel accelerated computing lab. In addition the department supports a Mac-based lab with an array of high end workstations. The department also maintains and supports an extensive "server room" that includes many servers, virtual machines, and storage systems. Linux servers and workstations make up the majority of the Department systems. 
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