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|From:||Jon Stephens||Date:||March 17 2009 4:10pm|
|Subject:||Re: JOB: linux sysadmin with good mysql s|
kills [think really "mysql dba] - LOCATION: rea
ding, berkshire, england, uk - SALARY: £40k-£
55k at le...
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Please don't post off-topic mails to the MySQL Cluster list. Thanks you. jt@stripped wrote: > JOB: > > Dear Subscribers, > > I am an open source recruiter working with an established company in > Reading (Berkshire, UK) that are hiring a Linux sysadmin, preferably > with CentOS or Red Hat experience (although this is not essential) that > has good MySQL database administration skills, other DB skills, e.g. > Oracle are not a substitute as the focus is on someone who can improve > the client's existing MySQL related-systems. It is possible (although > not guaranteed) that this job may "in time" develop into more of a > database architect type role rather than remain a sysadmin/ DBA. > > The client run a mixture of MySQL 4.1 and 5.0 community edition. In > terms of the number of high transactional servers, we are looking at > high 30s. They do use MySQL replication but not clustering at this > time. > >>From experience, I'd expect "this role" to pay a base of between > £40k-£55k plus benefits. That said, it is always possible that an > employer may pay more and I have previously recruited a MySQL DBA onto a > base salary higher than £55k before (although that was London and not > Reading). > > I actively recruit for MySQL Database Administrator/ Architect types > roles across London and surrounding areas (Berkshire, Bucks, Cambridge, > Oxford, Kent etc) and also work with some employers in Europe (Germany, > Holland, Italy etc) and the United States so I welcome making contact > with people that may have interest in roles in locations other than the > UK too. . . . > > Consequently should anybody be interested in discussing with me further, > please contact me off-list using james@stripped > > All the best, > JAMES > >>> to learn more about Camalyn please visit http://www.camalyn.org > > > > > -- > MySQL Cluster Mailing List > For list archives: http://lists.mysql.com/cluster > To unsubscribe: http://lists.mysql.com/cluster?unsub=1 > > -- Jon Stephens - jon.stephens@stripped Technical Writer MySQL Documentation Team Sun Microsystems AB MySQL and Software Infrastructure Group Liljeholmen (Stockholm), Sweden Summer: UTC +02.00 / Winter: UTC +01.00 Mobile: +46 (0) 736 773 993 Skype: plastic-fish MySQL: www.mysql.com Sun: www.sun.com