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IAM Requirements Engineer (m/f)

Eingestellt von Hays aus Mannheim, Universitätsstadt

Gesuchte Skills: Client, Engineer, Engineering, Jira





-As member of the project team, take over responsibility for delivering the Identity and Access Management solution (IAM) for the client
-Deliver an updated IAM solution to suit the client as a mid-sized company (client has a cloud first approach for future tooling
-Collection of technical and business requirements
-Management of the implementation process
-Alignment with Lines of Business representatives, technical architects and supplier organisations
-Coordination of the workload with implementation teams and testers


-Proven experience in holding a requirements engineering role at a previous employer
-Skilled and knowledgeable in current and future identity and access management solutions
-Proven experience in process design or redesign based on requirements gathered during workshops and Line of Business meetings
-Proven knowledge of standard processes and requirements within the specific areas of authentication and authorisation management
-Experienced approach to requirements gathering
-Knowledge of supporting tools for IAM e.g (JIRA/Ontrack, HP-QC)
-Specific product knowledge and implementation experience regarding Sailpoint, Ping and/or Azure
-Previous experience of working with EON/Uniper would be an advantage
-Excellent analytical, moderation, communication, preparation and presentation skills up to senior stakeholder level
-Capability of owning, maintaining, synchronising, summarising, organising and tracking high volumes of requirements data
-Team player mentality and ability to operate under pressure


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  • Straße:

    Willy-Brandt-Platz 1-3

  • Ort:

    68161 Mannheim, Universitätsstadt, Deutschland

  • Projekte:

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