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Key Code Media Hiring Apple XSAN/OS X engineer

Key Code Media, a West Coast digital media reseller, is hiring a SAN/NAS Engineer.  We’re looking for a system administrator and network engineer with the knowledge to configure, performance tune, and troubleshoot a storage area networks including Apple’s Xsan, Mac OS X, StorNext, and Isilon’s OneFS. Key Code Media also provides individual and training and manufacturer certifications.

Key aspects of job include:
Responsible for planning, maintaining, and integrating Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Xserve, Xsan, StorNext and Isilon into a network environment.  Key Code Media will train this individual, but need to have solid knowledge with networks, good project management skills and excellent communication skills.  ACSA Certification, Xsan, and Active Directory integration experience a plus.

Skill sets will include:

•XSAN 2.2 Administration
•Apple Snow Leopard Server and Client
•Mass SAN storage management
•Final Cut Pro support
•Qmaster Cluster administration
•Telestream Episode Engine Pro/Pipeline HD
•Objective C programming
•Final Cut Server administration
•Windows 2008 administration
•Windows cluster administration
•Spectra Logic T950 administration
•Isilon familiarity
•StorNext familiarity

Please submit all resumes to jobs@keycodemedia.com
Key Code Media is a large Apple and Avid reseller based on the West Coast focused on providing turnkey integrated solutions allowing our clients to leverage new media production.

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