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Authentication and Identity Management position
Ref No.: 16-04739
Location: Newyork, New York
Location – NYC
Duration 6 months

Consultant - AIM

The Authentication and Identity Management (AIM) Team within the Enterprise Security Platforms (ESP) team is responsible for engineering and developing authentication, authorization and identity solutions for the Firm. The technology stack owned by AIM spans all Firm employees as well as external clients of the ISG and WM Business Units. It consists of home-grown software, 3rd party and open source products and auxiliary services and solutions. Identity Management (IdM) is central to the Firm?s security infrastructure strategy. Given the recent advances in IdM, a mandate to upgrade the technology stack and the fact this product set is now in one team, there's a fantastic opportunity to define and implement the strategic AIM platform that meets both the security as well as business/mobility requirements of the Firm. The IdM team has started a multi-year program to replace the existing legacy identity and password management applications with a Greenfield solution to be built on top of openIDM. This program will be an integral part of solving issues for cyber-security, multi factor authentication, contextual authentication, strategic entitlements management, device management and external client identity management. We're looking for an enthusiastic, innovative and hardworking technologist with very strong knowledge of openIDM, good communication skills, a can-do/positive attitude who takes ownership and pride in delivering work of great quality. Skills Required ? Hands on solid experience with solution delivery in OpenIDM with Java/Goovy scripting, Web technologies (e.g. Angular, Backbone, Bootstrap, Handlebars JS) ? Good knowledge/experience of LDAP, Active directory ? Knowledge of software development lifecycle concepts (source code management, code review, testing, etc) ? Good verbal and written communication skills Skills Desired ? Additional scripting skills in either Python or Perl ? Experience operating in a large, silo'd enterprise ? Experience with development collaboration systems (e.g., Jira, Gerrit, Stash) ? Experience with continuous integration systems (e.g., Jenkins)