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Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa is looking to hire an Identity and Access Management Software Engineer.  Click the link below for a more detailed description of the position and info on how to apply.  Please pass on to anyone who might be interested.  Thanks!

 

o    Identity and Access Management Software Engineer, Level 2 - 998528

The Identity and Access Management Software Engineer will play a leadership role in the design, development, deployment and administration of applications used as part of Drake's Identity and Access Management strategic initiatives. This includes, but is not limited to identity management, web single sign-on, enterprise/desktop single sign-on and Drake's enterprise web portal. This person will focus both on the systems and process side of the applications installed and in use, both during project rollouts and on-going. The primary focus will be administering the systems, managing changes to the systems, workflows, and working with the stakeholders to ensure that the systems and processes are implemented and used as intended. Focus will be on improving legacy system identity and access management processes prior to selection of strategic identity and access management tools. The ideal candidate will have a BA in computer science or a related field and have experience with commercial IDM solutions, CAS, Shibboleth, Java and J2EE, Javascript, SQL, C#, .NET and portal technologies. The ideal candidate will demonstrate initiative and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

 

Angela Embree

Director of Computer Information Systems

Drake University

515-271-1843

 

 

 

 

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Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa is looking to hire an Identity and Access Management Software Engineer.  Click the link below for a more detailed description of the position and info on how to apply.  Please pass on to anyone who might be interested.  Thanks!

 

o    Identity and Access Management Software Engineer, Level 2 - 998528

The Identity and Access Management Software Engineer will play a leadership role in the design, development, deployment and administration of applications used as part of Drake's Identity and Access Management strategic initiatives. This includes, but is not limited to identity management, web single sign-on, enterprise/desktop single sign-on and Drake's enterprise web portal. This person will focus both on the systems and process side of the applications installed and in use, both during project rollouts and on-going. The primary focus will be administering the systems, managing changes to the systems, workflows, and working with the stakeholders to ensure that the systems and processes are implemented and used as intended. Focus will be on improving legacy system identity and access management processes prior to selection of strategic identity and access management tools. The ideal candidate will have a BA in computer science or a related field and have experience with commercial IDM solutions, CAS, Shibboleth, Java and J2EE, Javascript, SQL, C#, .NET and portal technologies. The ideal candidate will demonstrate initiative and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

 

Angela Embree

Director of Computer Information Systems

Drake University

515-271-1843

 

 

 

 

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