Never did a formal interview, but received job offer to work from home as Linux SA
I am at a job I started a few months ago. I like it a lot and I like the people and everything. A recruiter from a large IT staffing firm contacted me about a remote/work from home position supporting the DoD so I figured I'll send in my resume.I expected an interview of sorts but instead the recruiter called me and told me they would like to offer me the position and they are offering around 10K more than what I currently make.I find it kind of strange there was no interview, but the recruiting agency and the actual company are 100% legit and well known. I like where I'm at now but a 10K pay bump and being able to work from home is certainly appealing.The position being offered is to be a RHEL Linux Engineer, essentially a Sys Admin for their Linux platforms. My current position is working as a Sys Admin. I asked to be able to speak with the Project Manager next week so I can get a better feel for the position as I am not even sure myself if I am really qualified for this position since I never got to get a feel for that in any interview. I wouldn't want to take a job I dont feel comfortable doing.Suggestions?