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ServiceNow Systems Admin Developer

Job Title: ServiceNow Systems Admin Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Salary: £450 - £475 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8535_1499877322
Contact Name: Harry Glover
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

ServiceNow System Admin Developer - Chesterfield / 6 Month Contract

Montash are working with a globally recognised brand to secure a ServiceNow System Admin & Developer, for an initial 6 month contract to be based in Chesterfield.

The Role: ServiceNow System Admin Developer

The ServiceNow Admin Developer will be responsible for technical support, and ongoing development for improving the adoption and maturity of the ServiceNow implementation.

What we are looking for to exceed in this position as a ServiceNow System Admin Developer:

  • Extensive Admin experience including dealing with incidents.
  • Front-end Development experience (HTML / JavaScript)
  • Service Now Sys Admin Certification

We are looking for someone with extensive and recent knowledge of the ServiceNow platform.

Key Words: ServiceNow / Administration / Developer / HTML / JavaScript / Chesterfield

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