This position is located in the Software Infrastructure Division (SID) within the Systems Development and Support Office (SDSO) of the Department of Technology Services (DTS). The incumbent will serve as an enterprise architect, with global accountability for the Judiciary's National Identity and Access Management (IdAM) solution and must be an expert across a variety of IdAM tools and must be able to lead, operate, and continuously improve the IdAM infrastructure throughout the Judiciary.Learn more about this agency
The incumbent of this position must have the ability to work with various program/project management methodologies (agile, waterfall, hybrid, etc.) and understand which methodology to use in different situations. The incumbent must also have exceptionally strong communications skills required for daily interaction with stakeholders and team members at all levels of the organization. As the IdAM architect this role will work closely with Systems Administrators, software developers, network engineers, court IT Managers, and security specialist to plan, design, implement and deliver state of the art, forward looking identify and access management solutions that provide end-user flexibility while protecting the integrity and security of judiciary data and information. The major duties include, but are not limited to:
- Foster innovative solutions to security, engineering, and infrastructure challenges as their collaborative partner.
- Create and maintain project plan/activities during project implementations and obtain necessary approvals from internal stakeholders.
- Employ critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills to ensure on-time project and service delivery.
- Leads in technical discussion and technical solution implementations, upgrades, enhancements and conversions.
- Working across the Judiciary to establish program vision, priorities and project schedules based on the Enterprise Architecture standards and industry best practices.
- Ensuring all systems are developed maintained based on the approved Change, Configuration and Release Management policies and procedures.
- Ensuring all systems are developed for the appropriate level of availability (e.g., replication, disaster recovery, load balanced, etc.) based on Judiciary business requirements and best practices.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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