Sailpoint IdentityIQ Expert

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Associate
  4. Digital & Technology
  5. Basel
  6. Financial Services
  7. Sailpoint IdentityIQ, Java, IAM, IDM, Identity Governance
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As one of the leading suppliers at our banking client, Swisslinx are looking for a highly motivated and outgoing Sailpoint Expert with good IdentityIQ experience for a challenging 6 month contract role in Basel, Switzerland (with possibility to extend up to five years).
Our client is increasing the size of their small and experienced Cyber Security team. In this role you would be responsible for supporting the bank’s identity governance platform based on SAILPOINT IdentityIQ, including basic maintenance of the application, such as the customized logic and rules deployed in the system.
Reporting to the Head of Security Engineering and Architecture, you will also work closely with the bank’s Access Management team in order to define process and procedures for identity governance.
As a passionate IT security specialist you, you will possess the following skills and experience:
• Experience in a role within Identity Management (IDM) or Identity Access Management (IAM) domain as a consultant or analyst
• Proven experience working with SAILPOINT IdentityIQ (IIQ)
• Programming knowledge, ideally with Java or other OO languages
• Understanding of Role Based Access Management concepts
• Knowledge of Identity Governance activities
• Scripting experience, ideally PowerShell
• You are a self-starter and have the ability to pick new concepts up quickly
• Very good communication and presentation skills and ability to deal with stakeholders and vendors
• Outstanding problem solving skills and analytical approach
• Fluency in English (additional languages a plus)

Are you interested to work in an international environment in one of the leading financial companies worldwide? Then apply now! We look forward to receiving your full application.

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