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Ping Federate Security Specialist

Company Name:
Experis
Looking for a high profile contract with a well-known technology company? Experis, formerly Manpower Professional, is currently sourcing for a
Ping Federate Security Specialist
for a Global Technology Firm in
Marquette, MI
. The initial duration of this employment opportunity is
12+ months
.
Ping Federate Security Specialist Job Responsibilities:
Responsible for the configuration of Ping Federate tool as an Identity Provider and Service Provider. Responsible for the day-to-day support of the Ping Federate services with extensive knowledge of Federation services, SAML, SOAP, WS-Trust, WD-Trust and ADFS. Responsible for interfacing with customer's and application developers in managing the new and existing Federation services to meet their business needs.
We recognize that finding the top talent requires the most competitive offerings. We offer a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, vision, dental, 401k, Life, AD&D, and Employee stock purchase.
If you are interested in this
Ping Federate Security Specialist
job, please reply with an ms word copy of your resume. If you have questions about the position please contact brian. and reference job id# "10948704 Ping Federate Security Specialist".

Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)
Company Description:
We don't just find jobs. We give you the power to work the way you want, reach for new opportunities and achieve your goals. After 40-plus years matching professional talent to satisfying career paths, Experis knows that it's not only what you can do that's important, but what you want to do. What inspires you. What fits your personal work style. And what works with your personal lifestyle. You need options. Experis has them.

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