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GRC System Administrator

Must be eligible for Direct Hire employment without sponsorship.
The GRC Systems Administrator will be responsible for the day-to-day activities associated with the overall administrative management of the RSA Archer eGRC platform.
This will include support and maintenance of any eGRC system environment across multiple instances (i.
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development, test and production).
Additional front-end development support and 3 rd party system integration will also be required as additional modules are configured and deployed, or entirely new solutions are created.
Duties:
Overall system management responsibility for the eGRC systemDaily care and feedingPatch managementSystem upgrades3rd party system feedsConfiguration managementSystem user provisioning and access controlAssist in the design and development of management reporting available through the eGRC system including dashboardsAssist with the development and operation of the eGRC system governance structureImplement and support application customization and additional modulesCollaborate with internal customers to identify manual processes suitable for migration into the eGRC system Knowledge:
Fluency with all aspects of the Archer GRC environment including:
administration, reporting, work flows, dashboards, notifications, related applications, feeds, etc.
Strong understanding of CMDB systems and methodologiesProficiency with administrative tasks including:
training, reporting and complianceStrong knowledge in using the Microsoft Office suiteStrong knowledge of Microsoft Visio or comparable process flow design toolsRequired:
2+ years working within the Archer GRC environment3+ years in information technologyDeployment experience with Archer eGRC systemsPreferred:
Bachelor's Degree from a four year college or university in Engineering, Business Administration or Computer Science RSA Archer Certified Professional (ACP)RSA Archer Advanced Administration trainingLean Six Sigma Green Belt or Black BeltITIL Foundations CertificationCISSP, CISM, CISA or equivalent

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