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Information Security Identity & Access Management Regional Lead

Job Title: Information Security Identity & Access Management Regional Lead
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Frimley, Surrey
Salary: £40000 - £46000 per annum + Bonus and benefits
REF: JH006
Contact Name: Jade Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Location: Frimley, Camberley

Type: Permanent

Salary: £40,000 - £46,000

Package: 5% Bonus + Benefits

A fantastic opportunity to join a family-run company in the heart of Surrey, where the IAM Regional Lead will be implementing security policies across Europe, ensuring compliance to SLA and SLO's. This role will report to the Global Manager of Identity & Access Management, and serve as the escalation point for all regional requests.

The IAM Regional Lead will get to travel internationally for up to 2 weeks per year, to ensure a central information security policy is being maintained on a global level.

Skills Required:

  • Extensive SAP experience
  • User access & identity management
  • Strong execution skills, with demonstrable results

Our client is looking for someone with extensive administration experience, which will be critical to ensuring access across a variety of applications.

Key words: SAP GRC; User Access; Identity Management; Risk Management; Governance; Information Security

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