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ServiceNow Consultant - Remote Working Available

Job Title: ServiceNow Consultant - Remote Working Available
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 2-3 Months
REF: SN-223478
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email:
Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

ServiceNow Consultant required. Our London based client is looking for a ServiceNow Consultant to join them on a contract basis, to review their current ServiceNow implementation, and help improve and add new features in line with business requirements.

As the ServiceNow Consultant you will have significant experience in both the support and maintenance of enterprise ServiceNow environments, and have a proven track-record working in ServiceNow implementation / integration projects.

Alongside strong systems administration skills, your will also have strong systems analysis and requirements gathering expertise, and be comfortable working with stakeholders of all levels.

You must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be comfortable producing high-quality project documentation.

Although the role is based in London, our client will consider candidates who are able to complete the vast majority of the work remotely.

If you fit the profile outlined above and want to know more about this opportunity then please respond with your most recent CV and await my response.

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