I received a call today from a recruiter for a permanent system administrator supervisor position. In talking with the recruiter I could tell the job they're trying to fill is more weighted on the AIX administration side of things. This worries me because my honest skills and experience is more on the Solaris and backup administration side of things, i.e. Tivoli Storage Manager, Cisco SAN's, etc.. I definitely know AIX but I haven't done nearly as much as I have with Solaris, there are surely things that I would need to know for AIX that I probably don't for this position. I can do a lot of things just due to having to know san switches, storage, tape, UNIX and what not to build our backup systems. However I don't feel right putting my foot in for a AIX supervisor position when I really don't think I'm qualified for it myself. What would you guys do in this situation? Most things I don't know I can figure out by reading through documentation but if I'm in a supervisor role that shouldn't be the norm and I fear it would be. I talked to the recruiter for about fifteen minutes and I really got the feeling they wanted me to doctor up my resume to fit what this company is looking for. They wanted to have a final resume to submit to the company on Friday but right now all I can think about is calling them back tomorrow and saying hey I don't think you've got the right candidate here. Am I being too cautious or should I at least interview and see what they say? I guess even if they did like me ultimately the final decision is up to me.