We’re looking for a bright Digital Identities Guardian to join our team.
As one of our Digital Identities Guardians, you will be a technical expert for the enterprise privileged account management (PAM) infrastructure. Dealing with multiple platforms, multiple operating systems, and emerging technologies in the area of Privileged Account Management.
You will design and deliver solutions for establishing system users' credentials, and processes for applying those credentials to access enterprise systems and applications, as well as ensure privileged accounts are safeguarded.
Naturally, all the usual stuff applies. Apart from excellent technical skills, you’ll be a ->
- a planner,
- working hands-on,
- and supporting stakeholders;
Under your influence, things run like clockwork. But you’re no clock-watcher. You bring energy and star-quality to everything you do, ensuring engineering success with a smile.
In return, you’ll be surrounded by some of the best talent in the business, in an inspiring environment where our people are well-looked after, happy and part of a connected team that’s changing the future of mobility.
Here’s a small brief on what you are going to do be doing:
- Like us, you hate repetitive manual tasks, so you are used to developing code to automate and speed things up (at least with Bash and PowerShell scripts);
- You’ll be a maestro when it comes to orchestration languages (Ansible is a must, Terraform is a plus);
- Fully unattended deployments of servers and applications (previous experience with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is a plus);
- Observe and debug in SIEM and monitoring tools (experience with Splunk is a plus);
- Management and Operation of PAM standard products beyond the GUI interfaces; deployment and automation scripts, plugin development from scratch, and use of the API (CyberArk is a plus).
Whatever you’re working on, here’s the lowdown on the technical skills you’re likely to have:
- Good understanding of IT Security fundamentals;
- Infrastructure Systems Administrator background (with an awesome experience in both Linux and Windows as a plus);
- Knowledge in network configurations, knowing your data packets paths and routes, addresses and subnets;
- Knowledge of Infrastructure-as-a-Service on cloud and/or on premises, like virtualization (VMWare). Containers (Kubernetes, EKS and AKS) are a plus;
Knowledge in Privileged Access Management processes, governance, architecture and operations;
- Knowledge on how users and groups are authenticated, what are service accounts, and understanding of user directories and relevant protocols (e.g., LDAP, Active Directory);
- Understanding on Securing Digital Identities, about what 2FA, Symmetric and Asymmetric Cryptography are, and you know your way with Certificates and PKIs;
English oral and written skills are a must.
Apart from great technical skills, our environment is fast-paced, and prioritizes teamwork, interaction and resilience.
We’re organized into DevOps teams sharing a common development, configuration management and continuous delivery environment.
As a Digital Identities Guardian, you will increase our Joy In Motion, if you also possess any of the following skills:
- Knowledge on database technologies and relevant tools (Oracle DB and MSSQL Server are a plus);
- For you, Cloud is much more than “someone else’s computer” (AWS and/or Azure experience is a plus);
- You understand application security topics like secure development lifecycle, testing, policies, OWASP, etc;
- Knowledge with CI/CD tools (e.g., Git, Jenkins/GitHub Actions, JIRA);
- You have a DevOps/Agile mindset, so you understand the meaning of “you build it, you maintain it”. This way you are also able to bring the hurdles of Operations and user request to the Team;
- Ability to understand and interpret Business needs and requirements;
- Great people skills to foster a supportive environment, constructive feedback, and the sharing of ideas;
- Availability to perform Operations outside the working hours (extra compensation will be applicable);
- Availability to travel abroad for short periods of time, as required.
At Critical Techworks we are creating an inclusive culture that values our people’s different viewpoints and experiences, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, color, ethnicity, religion, or disability.