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SailPoint Developer/Administrator - software / qa / dba / etc - job...

City: Washington
Date: 05 Mar 2020
Category: Software / QA / DBA

Job Role: SailPoint Developer
Location: Washington, DC
Key Skills: Java, SailPoint
Experience: 2-5 Years.
Contract Duration: 5 Years
Legal Status: Only US Citizens

Job Description:

· Develop SailPoint IdentityIQ connectors as needed.

· Development and day- to- day operations of the IAM processes supported by the SailPoint products.

· Administration and support of SailPoint Identity Managing a fully integrated, highly available application environment.

· Onboard applications in SailPoint IdentityIQ which includes analyzing the authorization model of the application and identify the account/access metadata that needs to be aggregated and provisioned.

· Build and configure SailPoint IdentityIQ connectors for automated data collection and automated provisioning.

· Design and development of SDK/toolkit to build components required for configuring SailPoint IdentityIQ connectors efficiently.

· Design and development of enterprise workflows, forms and reusable rules, tasks and reports within SailPoint IdentityIQ to support wide range of applications and functionalities.

· Exposure to or experience with LDAP, Active Directory, UNIX and Mainframe operating systems.

· Experience with major databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, etc.

· Experience in programming languages like Java, Beanshell, and SQL & PL/SQL etc.

· Strong knowledge of RESTful Web Services, JDBC technologies, JSON, HTML, XML, maven, Eclipse IDE, GIT/Subversion etc.

· Strong self- starter with the ability to operate independently and as a team member.

· Excellent oral/written presentation skills with the ability to communicate effectively with leadership; proficiency in the ability to prepare presentations, analysis reports, and program status reports.

· Must have strong business acumen and ability to work with applications/product and IT teams.
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