Active Directory Architect
Posted on Nov 5, 2020 by Avanade
Design and deploy enterprise-scale, complex identity solutions.
Lead technical discussions with senior customer executives that drive decisions and implementation approaches.
Review and manage technical requirements and business functional requirements to establish identity in a new Azure platform.
Travel to customer site as needed.
You are a strong technologist with solid business skills. You are as comfortable working with a technical team as you are with client IT leaders, and you know how to build bridges between the two. With your excellent communications skills, you are adept at mapping business needs to technology solutions and helping non-technical audiences understand the benefits of these solutions
Your Skillset Likely Includes
Knowledge of infrastructure solutions, especially in relation to Microsoft programs, platform migration, system security, enterprise directories, and cloud technologies.
Knowledge of operation management, systems security, testing, databases and mobility considerations.
Working with global teams and offshore resources.
Communicating and presenting complex information to technical and non-technical stakeholders, both verbally and in written form.
You likely have a Bachelor's Degree in computer science, computer engineering, management information systems, information technology, or a similar field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for a degree. Within two years of hire or credential availability, you will obtain a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification in Windows Server 2012 and a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certification in Server Infrastructure.
At least 5 years of experience designing, supporting, and upgrading Active Directory environments.
At least 3 years of experience with related services (DNS, PKI, Group Policy).
Experience with domain migrations:
Consolidations for Merger and Acquisition projects (M&A)
Red Forest (Enhanced Security Administrative Environment)
An understanding of the interdependencies in migration projects (user, workstation, application, network, directory, cloud).
Privileged access management
OS, network, and process level security controls
Auditing and monitoring
Microsoft cloud experience:
Azure Active Directory
Directory Sync (FIM, MIM, or AADSync)
Claims (ADFS, Ping, Okta, etc.)
Virtualization (Hyper-V, VMWare, or others)
Common database and network service components (SQL, LDAP)