ServiceNow Solution Architect

Ref No. EMP460870
Salary £550 - £600/day
Location Cardiff, Wales
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (3 months)
Job Status Applicants Required

Introduction

A ServiceNow Solution Architect is required on a 3 month initial contract (with possible extension) for a fast growing ServiceNow elite partner.

Important

ServiceNow, UI workflow, Architect

The Job

A ServiceNow Solution Architect is required on a 3 month initial contract (with possible extension) for a fast growing ServiceNow elite partner.

For this position the ServiceNow Solution Architect will design and implement a range of ServiceNow solutions defining roadmaps to meet business requirements. You will develop solutions across a number of areas including CSM, ITSM, ITOM & ITAM and be regularly exposed to web technologies such as XML, HTML, Javascript within a SaaS environment. You will be customer facing so need to be able to articulate the pros and cons around decision making within the project based on customer requirements. You will work with both internal and external applications and be able to integrate them effectively. The successful candidate will have a demonstrable track record of implementing technical ServiceNow solutions into large scale environments taking the lead when required. You will be able to demonstrate examples of taking client requirements and turning them into workable solutions to meet their needs as well as being able to suggest enhancements and improvements to services to enhance performance. You will be ITIL & ServiceNow System Administrator certified and work within an agile environment.

Thia role is to start ASAP and will pay up to £600 per day (ltd/umbrella) dependant on experience.

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