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Senior Security Analyst

As a Senior Security Analyst, you will provide high level operational and customersupport for Identity & Access Management (IdM) applications andprocesses. You will also execute already defined provisioningprocesses independently as well as develop ad hoc solutions as needed, using SQL, PL/SQL, andscriptinglanguages. Additionally, you will provide tier 2 analysis and solutions for issues referred to us by the Customer Service Center (CSC). You will beresponsible for monitoring and servicing multiple ticket queues of work requests and issues. You will utilize your skills andexperience to analyze and correlate logs to find root causes of problems as well as evaluate existingsecurityprocessesand recommend improvements. Finally, you will maintain existing and create new documentation as needed. Qualifications  Required: Bachelor's degree. Four years of experience in identity management, system integrations, and security applications. In lieu of degree, consideration will be given to an equivalent combination of related education and required work experience. Strong analytical and problem-solving ability.  Proficient in SQL and at least one scriptinglanguage such as perl, PowerShell, python, ruby, sh, tcl, or tkah.  Should be able to read code from other languages such as C, C#, and Java.  Preferred: Degree in computer science, computer technology, information security, engineering, business, or related fields. Experience in a diverse systems environment.  Application programming, system administration, and computer securityexperience.  University experience.  Security certifications from organizations such as ISC2 or SANS. 1802136
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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