Do you want to be part of an international company, a global leader? Work for a business that plays a vital role in financial markets around the world? Are you passionate about information security for clients and employees? Then the Global Clearing CISO team might be just the environment for you. You will work together to ensure our clients and employees can use the data and systems they need in a safe and easy way.
In this role you will develop, document and disseminate on business process level and system level an end-to-end access control process that aligns with HR policies regarding contract termination and staff transfer processes and adheres to NIST PR-AC controls. You will implement these processes to enforce approvals and account creation, enabling, disabling in accordance with ABN AMRO Clearing's policy, procedures, prerequisites and criteria. In order to provide assurance that the process works as intended, you will implement procedures to monitor and review the use of accounts.
You will be working in a team of about 10 IAM specialists. The team is part of ABN AMRO Clearing's CISO organization (35 employees). The team operates from Amsterdam and the Asia-Pacific region with stakeholders in all regions of ABN AMRO Clearing. Your location of work will be Amsterdam.
The IAM team deploys and operates specialized identity and access governance products like Sailpoint, Forgerock, Entrust and Cyberark.
The atmosphere is collegial, hardworking and respectful. Working at ABN AMRO Clearing means thriving in an international, professional yet informal, fast-paced, IT-driven environment.
With the following results:
Configuring and developing functionality application connectors in sailpoint,
Defining and building work flow automation in Sailpoint
Configuring access certifications
Role administration in Sailpoint
Relevant knowledge skills & competences:
Profile / experience
±5 years+ experience working with Sailpoint
Proficient in English
Flexible working hours to support US and AP
Experience working in scrum teams would be an asset