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Systems Administrator
Systems Administrator
  Full-Time @ Storm Studios

Location:
Oslo, Norway

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We at Storm Studios are looking for a new system administrator.
 
Responsibilities
- Support and maintenance of our servers, storage solutions and workstations.
- Day by day tech support for our employees.
- Backup and archiving of projects.
- Configuration and optimization of the network infrastructure and storage solutions.
- Plan, purchases and setup of new hardware and infrastructure.
 
Qualifications
- Linux system administrator, both on servers and workstations.
- Good understanding of enterprise storage solutions.
- Network, firewall and data security.
- Familiar with FreeBSD, Windows and OSX a pluss.
- CFEngine, Puppry, Chef or similar automatic configuration systems experience.
- Comfortable with bash, python or similar scripting languages.
- Good English skills (knowing Norwegian is an advantage, but is not required)
- Interest in movies and VFX a plus.
 
What we can offer you
- A fantastic place to work with great colleges, who are generally quite technically competent.
- A small, but growing, studio, where you can have great influence on the decisionmaking process.
- Full time employment.
- It's in Norway - skiing in the winter and bathing in the fjords in the summer, ma/paternetiy leave, universal health care, four weeks vacation and more.
 
About Storm Studios
Storm Studios is one of Norways leading VFX and animation studios, with around 25 employees. We do work on both feature films and commercials, and have worked on movies like The Trollhunter, Kon-Tiki, Pixels and The Fast and the Furious in the past. Our staff is relatively young and very enthusiastic about the work they do. We're mainly a Linux based fascility, with a few Windows machines for Z-Brush and Adobe, and MacBooks for the administration. Storm Studios is located in central Oslo, a short 10 minute walk from the central station, in the hip Grunerløkka neighbourhood.
This job posting was last updated on Sept. 29, 2017