Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc., a 25-year old, nationwide IBM Premier
   Business Partner and the nation's largest IBM eServer solutions provider,
   has several immediate full-time opportunities for Sr.-level eServer
   consultants with cross-platform skills on IBM iSeries/i5, AIX and Linux
   systems.

   These are billable, services delivery positions that require strong
   customer-facing skills and the ability to travel extensively (up to 75% of
   the time) to customers across the US. Some preferred locations for these
   positions include Atlanta, GA; Dallas, TX, and the greater New York City
   metro area; however these positions could be based out of most major
   cities in the US. Key skills we are seeking include:

   * iSeries hardware/software skills, including Logical Partitioning
   * AIX/Unix
   * Linux
   * Microsoft/Windows
   * SAN Infrastructure
   * Storage
   * Project Management

     Desired secondary skills include:

   * Business Consulting
   * Documentation
   * Security, iSeries and Cross Platform skills
   * High Availability/Backup and Recovery (BRMS)
   * Experience with non-iSeries IBM product lines, such as xSeries, pSeries,
     zSeries
   * VMWare and Server Consolidation
   * Excellent written and verbal communications skills

     Education:

   * Bachelor?s degree in computer science or related field or equivalent
     experience
   * Five years technical work experience preferably in a consulting
     environment

     Travel:

   * Weekend work is required for this position - quantity will vary by
     location and project
   * Frequent travel (approx. 75%, including air and automobile) required to
     various client locations
   * Current driver?s license required and ability to travel by air required.

     For more information or to apply, please visit http://siriuscom.com, or
     e-mail Stacye.schill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx We are an Equal Opportunity
     Employer.

     Stacye Schill

     Technical Recruiter Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc. (210) 369-0625
     stacye.schill@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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