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Identity and Access Management Analyst

A Leading Telecommunications Company
Columbus, Ohio, United States
February 14, 2018

The Identity and Access Management Quality Assurance Analyst’s role is to ensure quality controls specific to identity and access management are adhered to across Time Warner Cable environments. This position is responsible for evaluating, monitoring, assessing, and/or reviewing programs, processes, and documentation preparation to ensure internal processes are in compliance with department and audit requirements.

Essential Job Functions:

Perform quality control of identity and access management requests to ensure procedures are followed.

Provide guidance to business partners and staff regarding documentation and process requirements.

Perform ongoing quality reviews – identifies risks and problem areas and recommends standards, polices, and procedures to correct incident findings.

Create and/or maintain documented identity and access quality control processes and procedures in accordance with company policy and best practices.

Identify and recommend improvements to overall user access request processes.

Act as a liaison between IAM Management and Analysts to proactively assess security controls gaps.

Work closely with IT and Compliance groups to develop plans for ongoing monitoring of security access and user activity to proactively identify and mitigate security risks.

Consistently participate and contribute to projects as needed.

- Ability to communicate in business terms to all levels of personnel within the company;

- Ability to consult with technical or non-technical personnel and derive information pertaining to projects or initiatives;

- Forward thinking with an open mind to identify new ways to influence desired results.

- Ability to learn new applications while maintaining support of existing ones;

- Excellent customer service skills.

- Flexible and adaptable to changes in the workplace with the ability to lead through those changes.

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

- Ability to prioritize workload without supervision;

- Ability to define a problem or objective and identify relevant concerns or factors;

- General understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio

- 2-4 years’ experience in a security-related function; specialized training or four (4) years additional experience may substitute for a degree.

- Knowledge of role-based access control concepts

- Knowledge of identity and access management audit requirements

- Familiarity with various authentication technologies

- Possess project management skills with attention to prioritization, a high degree of accuracy, and attention to detail;

- Ability to understand, envision and maintain strategy as defined by architecture and employ the concepts and ideas within the business environment;

- Comfortable with presenting and working with senior level management.

- CISA Certification Preferred

Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or three months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience