The Identity Governance Architect is the thought leader for the UVMHN Identity Governance program responsible for designing and enhancing the Identity Governance architecture in support of the UVMHN Information Security program vision, goals, and objectives. The Architect serves as the subject matter expert for the platforms and processes that constitute the Identity Governance architecture both executing upon the architectural design and guiding others in execution. The Architect works with individuals throughout Information Security, Information Technology, and clinical and business areas to establish key Identity Governance capabilities inclusive of identity life cycles, enterprise role designs, access request and certification workflows, privileged access processes, identity analytics, and identity process integrations.
The Identity Governance Architect serves as a key connection point for the Information Security department tying together governance concepts and technical engineering capabilities to create a complete and harmonized Identity Governance strategy. The Architect is also the primary interface for the Identity Governance program with other architects and engineers to ensure the Identity Governance architecture supports the UVMHN Enterprise Architecture and vice versa.
A four-year college degree is required.
8 or more years of information systems, information security, or equivalent experience. 4 or more years of experience in an identity governance role or demonstrated knowledge across identity governance concepts.
This position may require onsite support to all Network affiliate locations in New York and Vermont. In New York, a state mandate requires all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter a hospital facility. In Vermont, the Network requires unvaccinated employees who enter any Network facility to test negative for COVID-19 weekly. This is subject to change. Note: Medical and religious exemptions from vaccination or testing may be requested, and exempt employees will be reasonably accommodated in compliance with affiliate policy and applicable law.