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SailPoint IIQ Developer

GB
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Description

We are IT Recruitment Specialists partnered with a prestigious Global Consultancy who require a SailPoint IIQ Developer for one of their Public Sector Client.

SailPoint IIQ Developer

Work Experience: 4-6 years

Work location: UK - Remote, with minimal travel a couple days a month.

Must Have Skills: SailPoint IdentityIQ

Key Responsibilities:

  • Implement Role Policy Management frameworks RBAC
  • Develop solutions to integrate bank-wide systems into SailPoint
  • Work with product owners across the division, architects business analysts to develop new solutions
  • Collaborate on requirements, design and support with platform teams
  • Contribute to continuous improvement in terms of efficiency, reducing risk and automation
  • Identify and escalate risks that may impact the application/project
  • Provide support on shift basis for resolution

Technical Experience:

3 -5 years of experience in implementing identity management and security solutions, preferably SailPoint IdentityIQ experience in designing and implementing RBAC, SailPoint IIQ Role Policy Management, Applications Onboarding, Analytics and Reporting, Rules, Email Templates, Certification and Access Provisioning.

Good understanding and experience of Build and Configure SailPoint in-built tasks like aggregation, ID refresh, schedule tasks, correlation

Professional Attributes:

A: Resource should have good communication skills and should have the ability to understand the client requirements

B: Resource should possess strong analytical skills and should be flexible enough to support any adhoc request/work

If you are interested in this position and would like to learn more, please send through your CV and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible. Please note, candidates are often Shortlisted within 48 hours.

Start date
ASAP
Duration
12 months
From
J & C Associates Ltd
Published at
06.08.2022
Project ID:
2440462
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