Render Wrangler needed - Trixter Munich


TRIXTER is currently looking for a RenderWrangler.
The After Hours Render Wrangler & IT Support positionis a part-time but mission critical role to offer both after hours IT support
and assist in the effective use of the computing resources (renderfarm)
utilized in rendering computer generated images for our active projects.To start as soon as possible. Long-term contract. PrimaryResponsibilities:- Monitor, manage and keep therenderfarm running at maximum capacity- Monitor jobs on the “PixarTractor” render manager: identify stalling jobs, follow up and report failed
jobs to artists/Production.- Check and re-start failed rendertasks.- Update and maintain Render Managerjob priorities according to instructions from Production.- Monitor disk space usage and flaghigh disk or network usage over-night.- Restart unreliable blades andreport them to the IT as necessary for later diagnosis.- Provide first level technicalsupport to artists and production team members working after- Provide additional information to,and where required, liaise with the IT team to assist in trouble-shooting
larger technical issues. RequiredSkills & Experience:- A focus in ComputerScience/Engineering as an undergraduate is a major plus.- Experience with Linux/UNIX, inparticular the shell environment and navigating through the file system is a
requirement.- Experience and/or interests in anyof thefollowing IT technologies is a benefit: ZFS, Layer 2 Networking, esxi,
vsphere, pfsense, RHEL, iSCSI, git, rpm, Bacula, NFS, SMB, python, Asterisk,
Ansible, Graphite, Nagios, Observium, Cacti, Solaris, bash, csh.- Excellent communication skills,both verbal and written- Good organizational skills andattention to detail- Ability to handle a fast paced,occasionally high pressure environment- Ability to work well bothindependently and as part of a team- Willingness to work very flexiblehours, including weekends and/or evenings. Please send your CV and your earliest commencementdate by email to jobs@trixter.deWe are very much looking forward to meeting