Your company, "Open Source Staffing", is a temp agency. Meaning most of the 70-90k salary probably goes to you guys. Why can't your client just hire directly? I'm sure there are tons of good people out there looking for jobs. No need to leech Linux experts of their money and talent.
If anyone really wants a Linux job, try the New York Times online
On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 6:45 PM, Beau <[address removed]> wrote:
Linux Sys Admin, New York, NY | 70-90k
My client is seeking a Linux System Administrator with the following
* Load Balancers
Initially the Sys Admin would have a role in the office network as well.
While this is not a help desk type position, there would be some ownership
The position pays 70-90k + benefits including health, dental, 401(k), and
three weeks vacation.
To be considered, please submit resume and salary requirements to
Beau J. Gould
Open Source Staffing
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