Job Description :
Job description:

Duration: Full Time
Location: Atlanta, GA

The Manager, Identity and Access Management (IAM) is responsible for defining the IAM strategy and structure and implementing appropriate oversight and controls to ensure compliance with IAM operational process and procedures and defined regulatory standards. This person is responsible for the following:

Governs the identity lifecycle processes around roles/rules, monitoring access control processes to ensure they are effective, efficient and in compliance with standards and control objectives
Develops IAM standards and controls and implements procedures to ensure defined standards and controls are operating effectively
Manages and implements procedures to control information workflow for the addition, modification, and removal of user access across in-scope platforms and applications
Provides advisory and consultation to system development projects around IAM requirements/controls
Implements role management for both external and internal application needs, providing multiple methods for the management of roles
Analyzes and resolves complex authentication, integration, and automation issues.
Provides guidance on integrating the identity management authentication and authorization framework into new and existing applications
Establishes an automated process for full user lifecycle provisioning to company systems (requesting, approving, implementing and auditing user access), ensuring new process will comply with regulatory standards including PCI and SOX.
Implements procedures and controls to ensure password settings are in compliance with IT Security Standards


Builds relationship with key user and store operation groups to identify and resolve business issues.
Manages and provides technical and business direction that affects capacity planning, new applications, data security, and LAN systems, among others.
Manages and tracks the progress of multiple projects. Project management and administration that include work plans, projtrac, resource planning and control, writing status reports, and preparing annual budgets. Conduct regular project reviews.
Resolves information services problems by analyzing issues, discerning the most appropriate courses of action, providing tactical direction and, when necessary, reallocating resources.
Provides operations analysis and consults to internal clients on business process improvement.
Conducts financial analyses to support strategic planning on system purchases, upgrades and reclamation. Negotiates favorable prices with vendors on hardware and software.
Communicates status of activities with the team, peers, management, and end-users.
Selects, develops and motivates assigned staff.

Typically reports to a Director, Senior Manager, or Vice President.
Typically have supervisory responsibilities for Engineers or Specialists at all levels.
Typically requires frequent persuasion or influencing of others.
Typically procedures for analyzing situations and making conclusions are diverse.
Typically considers among many different options or procedures when solving problems.
Typically, once given general assignments, determines priorities and defines what should be done and how to do it.

Under constant pressure to continuously meet tight deadlines, demanding quotas and/or must regularly deal with difficult situations.

Client : confidential