• Linux Systems Administrator

    Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
    Information Technology
  • Company Overview

    Interactive Brokers LLC, a subsidiary of Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: IBKR) is a direct access electronic broker catering to the needs of professional and frequent traders, institutional investors, financial advisors, and introducing brokers. Our clients have access to more than 120 market centers in 26 countries from a single account. We are the lowest cost provider of brokerage services and the largest U.S. electronic broker based on daily average revenue trades executing over 800,000 trades per day.[i]  Our employees are part of a dynamic, multinational, fast-paced, results-oriented team working to provide our customers with state-of-the-art trading technology, superior execution capabilities, worldwide electronic access, and sophisticated risk management tools.
    [i] Figures as of  January 1, 2018. Information on the company can be found at www.interactivebrokers.com
    Click the link to view a short video with a few words from current Interactive Brokers employees: https://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/index.php?f=31899

    Job Description and Responsibilities

    Interactive Brokers is looking for a new member to join our systems administration group, as a Linux Systems Administrator (mid-level), you will be administering and managing Linux systems.
    - Installing computers
    - Maintaining hardware and operating systems
    - Performance and network tuning


    - Minimum Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or equivalent.
    - 3-6 years of systems work experience desired.
    - Linux Kernel
    - Perl or other scripting languages
    - Apple OSX a plus
    - Prior software development experience a plus.
    Experience with programming/scripting related to System Administration.

    Skills: Linux Kernel, NFS, DNS, LDAP, GNOME/KDE, Perl, Apple OSX


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