ICT Engineer: IAM Operations Engineer
Role Description – Identity Management Developer
An Identity Management Developer is a proficient and knowledgeable IdM developer which has worked in IdM development teams previously and has an interest in working in a new dynamic and challenging setting.
The role would typically include the following responsibilities:
- Able to perform the tasks of a feature lead and utilize agile delivery methodologies to deliver on feature requests.
- Interact with Ericsson’s senior developers, operations engineers and technical architects to analyze and design feature requests and integrations between IdM services and other systems/applications.
- Perform technical qualifications of new requests in collaboration with Ericsson’s architects and service managers.
- Perform analysis and assessments of current and requested features.
- Act as a custodian for features and enhancements to ensure that the whole team is educated on all feature and integration changes
- Take responsibility for competence sharing within the team for continuous competence development.
- Take responsibility for the overall quality of all delivered work, and takes an active role in testing and validating changes and features.
- Can support operations engineers with root cause analysis, support tasks or general configuration and optimization of systems.
2 Competence Profile
IDM DevOps members are expected to be comfortable working cross-discipline and take on various tasks as needed within the larger IDM DevOps team.
Core attributes are:
- Able and willing to work in an agile and constantly shifting environment
- Can work autonomously, shouldering responsibility for tasks in an end-to-end fashion.
- Is constantly striving to develop his / her skillset to be able to work on tasks across the whole team, as needs dictate
- Cooperative and communicative, and comfortable working in an international organization
- Contributes freely to the common knowledge base and takes a personal interest in furthering the capabilities of the IT systems and services he or she is involved with.
2.2 Previous Experience
An Identity Management Developer is expected to have at least:
- 4 years professional experience
- 3 years relevant experience in the identity management area
The following minimum level of experience is expected:
- 1-2 years: Developer / engineer
- 2-3 years: Identity Management-related development and / or integration
The following optional experience is meriting, but not required:
- 1-2 years: Team lead
2.3 General Competence
The expected base competence profile should closely match the following:
- Agile delivery methodologies (Lean, SCRUM etc.)
- Basic database and directories skills (Sun One LDAP/Oracle DB/IBM DB2)
- Technology architecture (e.g. Application & Client/server architecture)
- Networking / Network security (Protocols, Infrastructure, Firewalls etc.)
- Integration technologies (TDI, SOAP, Web Services, JCA, EAI etc.)
- IT security / security technologies
- Process design
2.4 Advanced Competence – Identity Management
Here follows a list of specialist competencies expected:
- Skilled developer (L2):
- Identity Management development / Integration / configuration
IdM (Open ID)
Open "Identity Connector Framework"
Linux, Apache/ TomCat
SQL (MySQL), Experience in RDBMS and PL/ SQL.
- Identity Lifecycle Management
- Skilled developer (L2):
It is expected that the candidate has a proven track record and experience in relevant products and/or technologies and preferably certifications to further exemplify competence in the area.
The following certifications are expected:
At least 1 Identity Management product certification (Open IDM)
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Primary country and city: India (IN) || || Noida || IT
Req ID: 262501