Job ID: TX-Sec001 (916190928)
IAM Architect with Security, ETL, Governance, SAML/OAuth/OIDC, zero trust, AWS/Azure, GCP, Workday, Active Directory/AAD, OKTA, Siteminder, CyberArk and 2FA/MFA/FIDO experience
Location: Austin TX (Texas A&M University)
Duration: 12 months
Years Required/Preferred Experience
10 Required IT Security
5 Required Identity and Access Management
4 Preferred ETL and Databases
Relevant work experience (At least 1-3 as an architect.) supporting enterprise-level systems in large, diverse IT service environments.
Experience with automating access control processes such as User Provisioning, Onboarding, Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), authorization models, Single Sign-On(SSO), LDAP, Active Directory
Mastery of Identity, Access Governance, Privilege Access Management principles and best practices
Experience implementing modern authentication solutions leveraging SAML/OAuth/..etc
Experience with design and implementation of Identity LifeCycle Management
Experience with design and implementation of least privilege or zero trust technologies
Experience with implementing Identity and Access Management solutions across Cloud providers (eg. AWS and Azure)
Experience with integrating Identity with Cloud/SaaS providers (eg AWS, Azure, GCP, Workday, etc..)
Experience with design and implementation with technologies such as Active Directory, OKTA, Siteminder, CyberArk, 2FA/MFA/FIDO Technologies, etc.
The Principal IAM Architect is the subject matter expert responsible for designing, defining and leading innovative solutions and working closely with others across information technology to build and implement cutting edge solutions in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) space for Texas A&M University. As a Principal IAM Architect within the University’s IT and Security, you will be responsible for leading and defining a strategic roadmap, partnering with senior leadership on new initiatives, mentoring cyber professionals in the IAM technology space, and guide cyber associates and system engineers through implementations.
Under the direction of the Chief Information Security Officer, the person in this role will demonstrate competence and thought leadership capability while contributing toward the success of our innovative technology initiatives. The Principal IAM Architect is a critical role within the Information Security team and will be focused on designing and supporting critical Identity and access automation activities, create and implement innovative Identity & Access Management (IAM) solutions that align with the University’s objectives, and take Texas A&M University into the next levels of Identity and Access maturity. The Principal IAM Architect also oversees and forms the required project teams of senior level subject matter experts using internal and external resources to successfully complete IAM projects.