Analyst III, Identity and Access Management

Technology / Technologies Etobicoke, ON


Position at Moneris Solutions Corporation

You will be accountable to: 

  • Works with various teams to develop connectors to onboard to IAM tools (CyberArk and SailPoint)
  • Performs thorough testing of the IAM applications including execution of manual test cases, creation of pre-go live test documentation, and development of automated test scenarios
  • Configure out of the box workflows in IAM tools
  • Day-to-day administration of  Identity Access Management and Privileged Access Management platforms, including after-hours support and support during planned maintenance windows or critical support issues
  • Maintain all documentation as it relates to configuration, processes, service records, asset inventories, topologies, administration manuals, job instructions, support contacts etc.
  • Identify inefficiencies, gaps and issues, and drive the analysis and documentation of technical requirements for enterprise platform
  • Conduct research, configure and unit test out of the box workflows to enhance identity and access life cycle management processes.  Oversee and support application/account onboarding
  • Analyze requirements provided business stakeholders and work with 3rd party vendors to ensure requirements are captured and all user cases are documented for development
  • Knowledge sharing with team members

   Your experience includes: 

  • Bachelor's degree required, or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum 3 years of work experience administering and managing centralized Identity and Access Management platform
  • Professional Certification required (security-related industry)
  • Ability to serve as lead expert resource in technology controls and information security for project teams, the business, organization and outside vendors ; core Java programming an asset

Note: We welcome and encourage applications from indigenous people, people of colour, people with disabilities, people of all genders, sexual orientation and intersectional identities.