Trackwell is looking for a system administrator with experience in programming making the candidate capable in organizing and building up the company’s web systems as well as analysing and solving speed and resource problems. You will be working closely with a team that works together on tasks where your responsibility will be to ensure the functionality at the lowest level.

Applicants must have at least 2 years’ experience in system administration and relevant education, including courses and certificates. You need to know installation and operation of Linux webservers, security and have ambition for automation. You should have some operating experience of Windows, Ansible, Jenkins, Docker, AWS (including scripting), PostgreSQL and RabbitMQ.

You also need to have some programming experience in data processing and backend where a plus would be some knowledge of bash, Python, Java and SQL.

 

Applications and further request should be sent to job@trackwell.com before March 19th.

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Contact us today in Reykjavík, Iceland for more information about our services.

+354 5100 600
Trackwell
Laugavegi 178
105 Reykjavík, Iceland

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