A UNIX Administrator is also referred to as a System Administrator. A UNIX Administrator has to work on UNIX based Operating system and it’s his core responsibility to maintain this operating system. All the up gradations, modifications, system programs, installations, designs, configurations and maintenance related to UNIX operating system are to be handled by aUNIX Administrator. He must be having accurate skills required to help users in using the UNIX system.
Sample UNIX Administrator CV Template
19 Quaker Ridge Rd.
Bethel CT 06801
Phone number – 9879877712
Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a passionate, hard-working and dedicated young UNIX Administrator who wants to groom and learn from a growing firm’s great knowledge and experience
I seek to join your esteemed company asa UNIX Administratorso as to make a notable and important contribution to your company and enhance my career with your company.
Strengths & Skills
- Good written as well as verbalcommunication skills.
- Enthusiastic about the job.
- Able to solve end-user problems and maintaining different programs simultaneously.
- Strong Management skills and works in an organized way.
- Discipline, Punctuality and ability to work in a dedicated manner
- Always work with Proper planning and schedule
- Thorough knowledge of Red Hat, Solaris and Linux operating system.
Assistant UNIX Administrator, 2008- Present
Innovative Career Solution – New York
- Handled the troubleshooting, upgrading and maintenance of network based on Cisco.
- Assisted my senior in the work of installation, maintenance, the troubleshooting and disconnection of Oracle based database.
- Handled the management of Hardware and software up gradations and configuration.
- Helped my senior in recovery of the failure of system.
- Provided technical support to the entire staff.
- Helped the staff in the growth of the company’s business.
- Ensure the installation of firewall so as to protect the company’s data and software from outside infiltration.
- Bachelors in Computer Science, University of New York, 2007
Available on request