IAM Architect

Cambridge, MA

100% Remote

Full Time

$160k - $170k

Our client, a well known Higher Education Ivy League College Corporation is Urgently looking to hire an IAM Architect to join their team remotely!!

Required Skills & Experience

  • Bachelors/Masters degree
  • Certified Identity and Access Manager (CIAM – IMI / Identify Management Institute) preferred
  • 7+ years experience
  • Hands-on experience in lead architecture role for multi-cloud / hybrid-cloud IAM architecture spanning multiple organizations
  • Demonstrated IAM architecture design experience
  • Experience managing architecture in a cloud environment (AWS, Azure and/or Google Cloud Platform) with experience building and releasing infrastructure-as-code (IAC)
  • Experience with Shibboleth IdP or Apereo CAS Server
  • Experience with Internet2 Grouper, IGA tools (e.g., Sailpoint IIQ), IDaaS (e.g., Azure AD, Okta)



  • The Identity and Access Management (IAM) Architect serves as a thought leader for IAM driving the evolution of a state-of-the-art security architecture for the University that is user friendly, cost effective, and strategically aligned
  • Lead the design, implementation, and maintenance of IAM solutions to support the university’s security requirements and business processes
  • Seek opportunities to research, design, and advocate for the use of emerging IAM technologies, architectures, and security products to support security requirements
  • Drive planning of identity management roadmaps and technology enhancements, partnering with IT departments across the University to understand emerging needs and facilitating the creation of best practices and standards across the organization
  • Lead building of technical proofs of concept to create new capabilities to address roadmap items created by HUIT, Schools and units
  • Consult with, advise, train and develop members of the IAM application development team
  • Assist technology partners with the design of IAM strategies, architectures and integrations
  • Serve as the final escalation point for IAM tools and technologies

Posted by: Brittany Mericantante