• IAM Solution Architect

    Job Locations US-Nationwide
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/4/2018 4:47 PM)
    # of Openings
    Solution Architect
  • Overview

    Focal Point Data Risk is a new type of risk management firm, one that delivers a unified approach to addressing data risk through a unique combination of service offerings. Focal Point has brought together industry-leading expertise in cyber security, identity governance and access management, data privacy and analytics, internal audit, and hands-on training services, giving companies everything they need to plan and develop effective risk and security programs. By integrating these services, we provide our clients with the flexible support they need to protect and leverage data across any part of their organization. Simply put, Focal Point is the next generation of risk management.


    Primary responsibilities include:


     Identity Access Management

    • Multiple years of experience as an architect working with various Access Management programs, i.e. Oracle, SailPoint, OneIdentity, IBM, ForgeRock, Okta, etc.

    General knowledge of:

    • Unix / Linux / Windows Server
    • Databases
    • Networking

    Project Delivery

    • Provide IAM technical and project leadership on client accounts.
    • Provide IAM subject matter expertise with internal team members and external partners
    • Provide planning, development, organization, monitoring and delivery of services and solutions to clients.
    • Design and lead integration of large and complex enterprise-wide solutions for major clients, interfacing with their senior executives. Assume a creative leadership role to implement the business and/or technology engineering strategy efficiently and effectively.
    • Show the ability to discuss the value and design sound business solutions in a cost effective manner based on the most current IDM technology.
    • Assume a proactive and direct role to identify, develop and cultivate profitable business opportunities and establish engagements. Interface with internal and external resources to develop proposals and work estimates.  Is responsible and accountable for the correctness, viability, and estimates for the architected solution including the business value proposition.
    • Develop and/or provide final review and approval of artifacts that define the business architecture of the solution. Applies a consistent set of business architectural guidelines in the creation of new solution architecture. 
    • Contribute domain thought leadership both internally and externally. Maintains an awareness of and utilizes state-of-the-art best practices.  Network with peers from external companies.  Author business and/or technology related papers and articles.  Presents at major industry conferences.
    • Establish and maintain productive working relationships with all Focal Point Force employees. Uses these relationships to the best advantage in client engagements.



    Required Experience and Skills:

    • A Bachelor’s degree - or equivalent experience
    • Experience managing teams of practitioners including architects, technologists and consultants, on IAM engagements.
    • Experience in one or more of the following primary areas at an acknowledged industry expert level:
      • Directory/Meta-directory services, Single Sign-On, Web Access Management, Federated Authentication/SAML, User Lifecycle Management/Provisioning, Role Based Access Control, Password Management, Web Services integration, PKI
    • World-class consulting experience and the ability to build and maintain relationships at the CxO level
    • Infrastructure expertise (Unix/Linux, Web/TCPIP networking, Windows Server)
    • J2EE development, Database development backgrounds
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills
    • References from relevant engagements or past employers
    • Travel 50%


    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. 


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