Are you an aspiring post-graduate with a passion for Linux who can help us beat cancer?We looking for the right person to complement and grow within our Linux and Web Systems team.The candidate's primary role will be to:Learn to help maintain the effective day to day operation of the Charity's internal and external Linux infrastructureAssist in providing consultation, architectural design input and technical support for the delivery of projects, packages of work and deployments to high profile public Websites, Databases and miscellaneous internal servicesLook to become a principal technical expert in Linux and Online technologiesAt Cancer Research UK we believe that our science is the key to winning the fight against cancer. But that doesn't mean we only hire researchers, doctors and nurses. We actually have 3,500 talented people employed across our large, complex, dynamic and diverse charity.The Linux and Web Systems team acts as an enabler and solution provider for multiple high profile information and campaign websites that provide support, awareness and also generate significant amount of funding for research.We are looking for a Systems Administrator with the skill and commitment to help keep our charity's Online and Linux infrastructure safe, secure and robust for our staff & supporters. You can help us beat cancer sooner through your...Passion for technologyInterest in Linux Administration and Online hosting experience including cloud provisioning and orchestration techniquesAppetite to learn and understand the building of end to end solutions across multi-tier platformsExcellent troubleshooting skillsOur relentless drive towards beating cancer means that we're constantly trying new avenues, which means you'll be flexible, driven, creative and open to new ideas and ways of working.*Please note the internal role title for this role is Systems Administrator (Online & Linux)If you can do all this and more, you'll enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.At CRUK we value diversity and we're committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures and believe that a diverse workforce will help us to beat cancer sooner.From 2019, we will be relocating from our current offices in Angel, to a new office space in Stratford close to the Olympic Park.Closing date: Wednesday 8th November