Reference # 19-00325 Title Identity and Access Management Analyst III
Location Phoenix,
Position Type Right to Hire
Experience Level Right to Hire
Start Date / End Date 27-05-2019 --- 27-08-2019
 This is a 3-4 month contract to hire at no fee to the agency. Resource can work remotely during the contract duration if needed. 

Under the guidance of the Manager Identity and Access Management, the Identity and Access Management Analyst III is responsible for delivering enterprise-wide identity, access, directory and authentication services. The position considers topics such as future state planning, implementation and design of Identity Access Management technologies, automation of manual tasks, identity access governance support and implementation services, privilege identity management support and identity lifecycle management with respect to regulatory compliance and MIHS approved standards and policies. The position engages key business stakeholders and customers as it relates to all supported systems and applications to verify, validate and audit access. This position is responsible and accountable for the fulfillment of Identity and Access Management requests based on a Role-Based Access Controls model to meet organizational business needs and customer expectations, documents existing workflow/current business processes, and aids in prioritization of IT service requests.

Information provided during the request process can be incomplete and additional information may need to be gathered. Maintains accountability for the timely resolution of specific issues and problems regarding assigned system and application access and the Identity Management system. The position will resolve routine problems by collecting, compiling and organizing facts, figures and/or other information in accordance with established procedures or as directed. Unusual or more complex issues are referred upward. Decisions made could positively or negatively affect the immediate work, individual user or group of users. Work is guided by defined policies and guidelines, and established practices and precedents; normally subject to managerial supervision and review of completed tasks.