IAM Technical Expert

The Contraste Europe Group builds strong relations with its clients. It offers a range of IT services such as: Advisory, Solutions, Applications and Infrastructure. The Group’s sector focus is with finance, utilities, public institutions and non-commercial organisations. We are operating on three countries located in Belgium, Luxemburg and France.

For one of our major clients in the financial sector, we are looking for an IAM Technical Expert.

Category

Infrastructure Services

Language(s)

English and French/Dutch

Reference

200806/0662

Location

Brussels

We offer

• A challenging position in a fast growing company with an international presence.
• A stimulating working environment with a really good team spirit maintained by lots of internal events (teambuilding, ...).
• A dynamic culture focused on personal development.
• A wide range of training and career development opportunities.

Your profile

• Min 5 years of experience with Sailpoint technology and RBAC implementations
• IAM back-ground and know-how
• Independent
• Fast learner
• Team player
• Very good communication skills
• Problem solving and analytical skills
• English is a must
• Programming languages: Java, Beanshell/Javascript, SQL
• Experience with the following web technologies: XML, Web and Application servers, HTML
• Experience setting up and installing software on both Windows and Linux platforms
• Experience with Databases (Oracle, Sybase, MySQL)
• Experience with Directories (LDAP, AD)
• Familiar with RBAC and provisioning
• Experience with infra maintenance, vulnerability checks, patching
• Sound knowledge of IIQ infrastructure and expertise in scripting, coding and process implementation in IIQ

Your role

• Strong Sailpoint development and support experience
• Experience implementing and maintaining Sailpoint IIQ
• Managing project scope, schedule, status and documentation
• Reviewing and challenging project requirements for IIQ integration
• Advising on IIQ infrastructure enhancement and maintenance
• Reviewing and challenging process implementations in IIQ
• Taking step-back and come with recommendations to increase performance, configuration