Honeywell Senior Identity Engineer (IAM) - Cloud in Phoenix, Arizona
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Honeywell’s Digital & Product Security (DPS) business believes in integrating security into all aspects of our business to protect the people, processes, and assets by which Honeywell achieves its greater mission. Advancements in technology, contractual and regulatory requirements, emerging threats, and Honeywell's growth worldwide continue to challenge all of us to ensure everything we do in business is secure.
We’re seeking a Senior Identity Engineer (IAM) - Cloud to joing our growing team of cyber professionals in Phoenix, AZ or Atlanta, GA who will work with the latest technologies and provide world class engineering solutions with Directory Services, ensuring they align with direction set by best practices and defined standards within Honeywell. This is an unmatched opportunity to provide valuable, secure user experiences for Honeywell employees, partners, and customers.
The Senior Identity Engineer (IAM) – Cloud will…
Serve as a subject matter expert for Directory Services under the IAM services portfolio
Expertise with Azure Active Directory & other Azure IAM services
Expertise with synchronizing accounts using Azure AD Connect
Understand how the service works from a business/end-user/technical perspective
Have command of the service including its capabilities and proper use
Execute proof-of-concepts guided by Sr. Identity Architect and Service Manager
Complete assigned project/tasks in a timely manner
Interact with key stakeholders and project/program teams to understand their requirements and engineer solutions based on best practices
Ensure proper oversight for quality assurance of IAM artifacts
Enforce adherence to architectural standards/principles
Proactively provide feedback regarding infrastructure IAM engineering methodologies, standards, and leading projects
Minimize technical exposure and risk on projects
Delivers and manages a highly available, stable, and secure Directory Services environment
Participates in the testing (e.g. planning and execution) related to performance, disaster recovery, and business continuity for AD and AAD
Analytical/Decision Making Responsibilities
Understands the art of the possible, compares various architectural options based on feasibility/impact and proposes actionable plans
Demonstrated strong analytical skills and technical problem-solving skills
Analyzes and resolves complex issues (e.g. performance problems and outages) to the Directory Services environments, escalating to and working with vendors and clients as required
Ability to analyze and operate at different levels of abstraction
Ability to balance what is strategically right with what is practically realistic
Evangelize optimal options based on documented best practices and standards
Maintain accurate and timely tracking of activities
Manage incident/problem lifecycle including ticketing and stakeholder interaction
Performs proactive problem management to identify and resolve potential issues related to the Directory environments
Follow documented troubleshooting procedures for standard support situations
Escalate to and collaborate with tier 3 support (i.e., Sr. Identity Architect), when necessary
Run book activities
Monitor the service from both a functional and infrastructure perspective
Execute service reports and gather/report metrics
Address service problems
Document changes and/or new activities
Works under supervision of the Sr. Cyber Security Manager, and interacts with Senior/Portfolio Architect
YOU MUST HAVE
- 3+ years developing, engineering, and implementing enterprise class IAM/security solutions.
Bachelor’s degree in a computer-related field.
Azure Active Directory specific experience
Authentication & Authorization types (Federation/SSO, LDAP/Kerberos, MFA)
Azure AD Connect
ADFS or other federation service
Azure AD Domain Services (AAD DS)
Azure Consent administration
Azure AD Security & Auditing
Scripting knowledge including PowerShell
Understanding of LDAP structures such as schemas, object classes, and attributes
Understanding of Administrative model (how we manage objects)
Knowledge of on premises & cloud directory functions
Understanding of DNS & Networking
Knowledge/Experience with Directory as a Service (DaaS)
Experience with testing concepts and techniques
Identity security best practices
Results-focused visionaries that consistently deliver high-quality solutions.
Strong personal organization and project management skills.
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.