Identity & Access Management Engineer
- Malvern, PA
As an Identity & Access Management Engineer, you will be a technical team member tasked with designing, engineering, implementing and maintaining our internal Identity Management security platforms. Your work will be responsible for the development of securely managing user, system and privileged access across the Vanguard ecosystem.
In this role you will:
- Provide intermediate level system analysis, design, development, and implementation of IAM applications that will integrate systematically with databases, mainframe, server OS, AWS/Azure Cloud and SAAS endpoints.
- Translate technical specifications, and/or logical and physical design into code for new or enhancement projects for internal IAM clients. Develop code and test artifacts that reuse subroutines or objects, is well structured, backed by automated tests, includes sufficient comments and is easy to maintain. Write programs, appropriate test artifacts, ad hoc queries, and reports. Employ contemporary software development techniques to ensure tests are implemented in a way that supports automation.
- Elevate code into the development, test, and Production environments on schedule. Provide follow up Production support. Submit change control requests and documents.
- Follow software development methodology. Follow architecture standards.
- Participate in design, code, and test Inspections throughout life cycle to identify issues. Participate in other meetings, such as those for use case creation.
- Participate in systems analysis activities, including system requirements analysis and definition (e.g., prototyping), and logical and physical design.
- Write the system/technical portion of assigned deliverables, including the Version Description Document. Assist technical team members with the system/technical portion of their deliverables (e.g., systems testers, test plans). On small teams, the developer may write these items.
- Understand client business functions and technology needs. Understand Vanguard's tools, technologies, and applications/databases, including those that interface with business area and systems.
- Comply with IT policies and procedures, especially those for quality and productivity standards that enable the team to meet established milestones. Comply with all Information Security policies and procedures, and verify deliverables to meet Information Security requirements.
- Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
What it takes:
- Undergraduate degree in a related field or the equivalent combination of training and experience
- Minimum 3 years Java/J2EE developer experience
- Minimum 2 years Identity & Access Management Platform Administrator experience, SailPoint IIQ preferred
- Minimum 1 year AWS IAM or AWS Integration experience
- Strong knowledge of IAM principles, controls and auditory requirements
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Strong analysis and problem solving skills
- Strong planning and organizational skills
- Intermediate knowledge of the following development practices and concepts: •Quality assurance methodology and Inspections •Use case standards •Systems analysis and design techniques •System/subsystem requirements •Libraries, reusable code, and/or object oriented standards •Screen, report, and query design
- Intermediate knowledge of current versions of the following products:
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Weekday coverage: Regularly scheduled 5-day week, Mon. - Fri., normal business hours.
- On call and remote support off hours: See additional information for the specific requirements for this posting.
- Travel: For Charlotte, NC-based staff, limited travel to Valley Forge, PA is required for new employee orientation, project kickoff meetings, other meetings, and training.
Vanguard is not offering sponsorship for this position.
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