Senior IAM Analyst to drive IAM directives, standards, and frameworks for large financial bank - 31495
Our client is looking for a Senior IAM Analyst to drive IAM directives, standards, and frameworks for large financial bank - 31495
Location Address: Hybrid (required to go into office on an adhoc basis for meetings) – Scarborough
Duration: 12 months, possibility of an extension
The Global Identity & Access Management (GIAM) organization is responsible for the execution and governance of established security controls pertaining to identity and access management. This includes the centralized periodic certification of user identities, the user accounts linked to those identities, management of privileged access, authentication & authorization, as well as the selection and integration of identity management tools.
- Run the directives & standards function that defines and drives adoption of IAM directives, standards, frameworks and guidelines
- Run the monitoring & reporting function that defines and KPIs/KRIs, monitors compliance and manages exceptions
- Run the Operational Processes and Procedures Maintenance function that defines and maintains operations processes
- Analyze data and access processes and procedures to deliver recommendations for greater efficiency by building process(es) to reduce operational risks.
- 8+ years of Identity Access Management (IAM) experience.
- Information Security background including an understanding of the security best practices, standards, methodologies, and KPIs.
- 2+ years of hands-on experience with SailPoint.
- Solid understanding of Access Controls – (e.g. life cycle management of certifications; Role Based Access Control, SODs, etc. )
- Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Suite Skills such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel skills (e.g. in Excel: Pivot tables, VLook up).
Nice to Haves:
- Good understanding of various tools/platforms (i.e: SailPoint, Active Directory, Centrify, Google Cloud Platform, CyberArk,).
- Technical designation is considered an asset (e.g., CompTIA Security+, CISSP).
- Fluency in Spanish is considered an asset.