Sailpoint Engineer

Come work at a place where innovation and teamwork come together to support the most exciting missions in the world!

F5 is looking for an experienced Identity and Access Management engineer to help build and support its IAM capabilities, over a multi-year roadmap.

The engineer must be able to -

• Manage a flexible work schedule to provide on-call support for IAM Operations, over nights as necessary

• Multitask and switch gears to meet changing priorities

• Work in a globally distributed team environment

• Interact with internal stakeholders to perform requirements analysis, articulate and document solutions

• Interact with internal stakeholders to perform testing and troubleshoot any issues

• Actively monitor the environment and provide production support

Must-Have Skills

• Bachelor's degree, preferably in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, or related IT discipline

• 5+ years of experience of installing, configuring, upgrading/migrating and supporting IAM / IAG solutions. This includes application integration (connectors), provisioning, certifications, user lifecycle workflows and reporting.

• Experience with enterprise directory design, integration such as LDAP, Active Directory or Azure AD.

• Experience programming with Java, J2EE, Java Script, Webservices (SOAP, REST)

• Experience in performance tuning


• Experience integrating with Access Management solutions such as Okta

• Experience integrating with Privileged Access Management solutions such as CyberArk

• Experience with custom development for reports and integrations on SailPoint.

• Prior experience in a managed services / production support model including -

o Experience in request management, incident management and change management

o Understanding of service level agreements and prioritization of incidents/enhancements

o Developing and running standard operating procedures to perform IAM production support

The Job Description is intended to be a general representation of the responsibilities and requirements of the job. However, the description may not be all-inclusive, and responsibilities and requirements are subject to change.

Equal Employment Opportunity

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Founded in 1996, F5 originally made a name for itself with load-balancing products. Since then, F5 has become a market leader and expanded its offerings to include the everything in the application delivery space—from load-balancing and acceleration to a whole host of security and authentication products, both on the cloud and at local datacenters.

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