[ProgSoc] JobSoc: UTS lab assistants for 31338 Network Servers

Livia Lam livia at progsoc.org
Tue Jul 30 19:03:26 EST 2013

Hi ProgSoc,

The IT faculty are seeking lab assistants for the subject 31338 Network
Servers. See below for details.


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Subject: [EXEC] seeking lab assistants for 31338 Network Servers
From:    "chris wong" <chris.wong at uts.edu.au>
Date:    Tue, July 30, 2013 6:39 pm
To:      psexec at progsoc.uts.edu.au

hi there
I am seeking lab assistants for subject 31338 network servers
http://www.handbook.uts.edu.au/subjects/details/31338.html - the applicant
1. has been employed before as a casual academic,
2. is postgrad (or hons)
3. knows a lot about installing & running Linux (preferable at the LPIC-1
4. knows a lot about microsoft windows server 2008 (MCTS configuring
network )
5. knows a bit about networks - TCP/IP v4, subnetting, DNS and network
services (eg: configuring IIS or Apache)

All for the princely sum of $40.65 per hour. Plus marking money.

Chris Wong
Director of Undergraduate Programs (IT)
Faculty of Engineering and IT
University of Technology, Sydney
CRICOS provider code - 00099F
p: +61-2-9514-4501
e: chris.wong at uts.edu.au
f: +61-2-9514-4535  l: CB02.07.101
w: http://www-staff.it.uts.edu.au/~chw

UTS CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F
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