IDM Sr. Security Developer

Columbus, OH, United States

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IDM Sr. Security Developer
The Ohio State University  

Remote

 

Department:

OCIO | Information and Identity Protection

Becoming a part of Ohio State gives you access to great benefits, educational opportunities, partner institution collaboration and networking, flexible work arrangements, and the best campus in the nation. The Identity Access Management (IAM) team, within Digital Security and Trust (DST), seeks a highly motivated and skilled IAM Sr. Security Developer to become part of our great university. Due to the complexity of requirements, the individual must have strong intellectual curiosity and the ability to constructively question and influence thought partners across functional areas and end-user audiences. Due to the number of diverse stakeholders and the matrixed organization structure, the individual must be able to communicate complex processes, problems, and solutions in a simple, compelling, accurate, and highly visual manner. Enterprise Security provides security services for The Ohio State University while operating under the direction of both the CISO of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) and the university CISO and the guidance of the university CIO.

 

 In this role, you will support the Identity Management (IDM) Team. This includes developing and supporting identity management solutions. The position acts as a technical lead for small to medium security projects that include evaluating, researching and deploying products, procedures, and workflows. In this position, the primary focus will be on developing changes needed for OSUWMC. The support component of this role includes monitoring and analyzing data, identifying issues and/or events, and executing documented resolution steps for common issues or incidents. The support role also requires on call duties. IDM integrates with many systems at the university such as ERP, Learning Management, and Active Directories.

 

As a member of the IDM team, you will - develop, recommend, and enhance complex information IDM security systems, including security controls, processes, and procedures. Interface with users to create moderately complex IT security architecture, analysis, and engineering solutions to translate user requirements to solutions. Participate in research and development of new IDM technology, analysis, and engineering best practices. Evaluate for compatibility with the security architecture. Review and analyze new technological advances in information security products such as software, devices, etc. Facilitate projects involved in evaluating and researching new and existing products, procedures and/or workflows needs associated with information security. Act as a technical lead for moderately complex IDM integrations. Acts as a resource for direction, training, and guidance for less experienced staff. Creates and maintains documentation for moderately complex IDM integrations.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent IDM, security, or risk work experience. 5-8 years of IT experience (preferably in IDM support, including areas of enterprise application integration).
  • 4 years’ experience in configuration or development of IDM systems. Excellent knowledge of IDM processes and procedures. Excellent knowledge of directories such as, Microsoft Active Directory, NetIQ eDirectory, LDAP.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize to meet established deadlines, requiring multitasking in a fast-paced environment, with outstanding attention to details.
  • Knowledge of best practices for authorization/authentication & Identity and Access Management.
  • Excellent problem solving/analytical skills as well as knowledge of analytical tools and process automation, best practice approach toward technology efficiency/effectiveness.
  • Ability to establish and communicate security concepts, risk, and controls to higher education/business audiences.

Additional Information:

 

The Targeted Hiring Range for this position is $78,600 to $110,000 per year.

 

For application and more information, please visit:

 

https://osujoblinks.com/w5os 

 

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, protected veteran status, or any other bases under the law. Applicants are encouraged to complete and submit the Equal Employment Identification form.

Tags: Active Directory Automation ERP IAM LDAP Monitoring

Perks/benefits: Career development Team events

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Country: United States
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