...the URL is <http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/jobs/accessmanagement.xml>.
On 07/03/12 09:42, Michael Fraser wrote:
> The following job advert may be of interest to some on the list (Oxford
> is making increasing use of Shibboleth for intra-institutional access
> Systems Developer (Access Management) [two posts]
> Grade: 8
> Salary: £37,012 - £44,166
> Fixed-term to 30 April 2013 in the first instance.
> Would you enjoy the challenge of making authentication and authorisation
> solutions work within a complex enterprise environment? We are seeking
> two systems developers to make a significant contribution to the
> development and deployment of solutions for the integration of key IT
> systems with standards-based identity and access management services.
> The University Administration and Services Access Management Project is
> a strategic project within the University to investigate and provide
> solutions to integrate enterprise applications with the University's
> central identity and access management services. The post-holders will
> work alongside the technical teams responsible for providing the
> authentication and authorisation services and University administration
> systems (e.g. financials, student records, business intelligence).
> The ideal candidate will have experience of systems development and
> integration for both Microsoft Windows and Linux platforms. We are
> particularly seeking applicants with a good understanding of
> authentication and authorisation protocols and standards (e.g. Kerberos,
> SAML, LDAP), including those supported by Active Directory. Familiarity
> with IT systems design, implementation, and management in a service
> environment is also required. The posts offer an excellent opportunity
> to gain in-depth experience in addressing the challenges of deploying
> access management solutions within a federated enterprise environment.
> There are many advantages to working at the University other than the
> world-class research culture. Benefits include flexible working, an
> excellent pension, career prospects and generous holiday provision.
> Apply now online, ensuring that you address each of the selection
> criteria in your supporting statement.
> In order to apply for this role and for further details, including a job
> description and selection criteria, please visit the University
> recruitment site: Systems Developer (Access Management) post.
> The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon (GMT) Monday 2nd April
> 2012. Interviews are expected to take place in the week commencing 16th
> April 2012.