Job Description :
Job Title: Security Analyst, Identity & Access Management (IAM)
Job Location: San Diego, CA 92127
Job Duration: 6+ Months Contract
Requisition Number: 10126748

Initially 100% remote, later on once the COVID-19 situation improves, May be asked to work Onsite.

Job Description:
Reporting to the Manager of Identity & Access Management (IAM), the Security Analyst, IAM will help support the expansion of the IAM program. This is an operational role supporting identity lifecycle management and identity governance & administration. The successful candidate will also help to develop and document operational processes and standard operating procedures.

Key Responsibilities:
? Operational review and analysis of platform AD requests to ensure compliance
? Assist with the planning and execution of SOX/PCI user access certifications
? Assist with Collaborate on the planning and execution of the IAM roadmap in a Scaled Agile Framework environment
? Manual data analysis and cleanup of identity attribute where automation is not yet available
? Identity lifecycle and role management
? Assigned tasks associated with buildout of new AD domain

? Ideal candidate will have 1-4 years of experience working within the information security and/or identity management disciplines
? Exceptionally self-motivated, effective multitasker, thrives in a small team environment
? Reliable attendance record
? Possess excellent analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving abilities
? Prior experience in a business systems analyst/process automation role
? Prior experience with identity management tools (e.g. RSA IG&L, Aveksa, SailPoint)
? Experience with PCI and SOX audit programs
? Good understanding of RBAC methodologies
? This individual will have excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills including the ability to articulate requirements to both technical and non-technical audiences
? Knowledge and experience with Active Directory, LDAP, DB, AWS IAM, UNIX/Linux
? A university degree in the field of computer science, IT or Information Security
? Security industry certifications are a plus