Senior Director, Identity and Access Management
Stamford, CT, USA | The Gartner Group
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As a Gartner analyst you will meet with clients every day on the phone, in a video-conference, from the stage at a Gartner event or face-to-face during a sales support visit. In every client interaction analysts help clients solve difficult puzzles that lead to better performance. To support these conversations you will research technology, practices and trends and produce written research for Gartner clients to download and apply.
Conduct research and analysis in specific areas of expertise targeting client’s key initiatives.
Deliver high quality actionable advice through a variety of media.
Write high quality, clear, actionable, advisory research documents.
Remain ahead of the curve on developments and issues within these specified areas as well as applicable adjacent areas.
Respond to client questions, create materials for and deliver to clients in person, via teleconference, video conference or webinar and event presentations
Maintain the Gartner’s industry leadership reputation by responding to press inquiries
Proactively work with the wider sales organization and deliver outstanding sales support in order to retain and grow the business
What you’ll need
It helps to be obsessed with your topic! Gartner analysts are correctly viewed as THE experts. This means you need to know your markets, vendors, trends, management practices, etc. and be able to see the forest and the trees. Most Gartner analysts have many years of experience and enjoy solving puzzles.
Subject matter expertise in Identity and Access Management (IAM) technologies, with the ability to demonstrate understanding of the business requirements and opportunities in that market
Knowledge of mechanisms for the automation of IAM governance and user provisioning tasks
Knowledge of designing, developing, and validating IAM interfaces to applications
Knowledge of endpoint, device, application and user identity authentication and access management mechanisms
Knowledge of cloud IAM architecture and SaaS-delivered IAM services
Ability to mentor identity and access management staff at all levels for their role and personal development.
Broad understanding of identity and access management internally and under a commercial framework.
Knowledge of the global landscape, and the competitive interplay between incumbents, emerging providers, disruptors and outsourcers
Demonstrated superior analytical skills, applying conceptual models, recognizing patterns while drawing and defending conclusions. Strong business and financial acumen as well as analytical skills are required for this position
Articulate and succinct communication skills. Publishing and Speaking engagements an advantage
Minimum of 10 years of experience in an identity and access management related role
Bachelor's or equivalent experience, Master's degree preferred
Ability to conduct occasional travel, regionally and globally
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