Title: ServiceNow Engineer
Location: Remote position
Duration: 9 Months
(Need only W2 candidates)
Our team of engineers at Client work to design, build and operate an infrastructure-as-a-service cloud for some of the biggest companies in the world.
Our team is looking for individuals to help create the foundation for a distributed, API driven micro-service to automate our cloud-scale platforms.
Client, a Client Technologies business, is the enterprise-class cloud company that is trusted by organizations worldwide to migrate and run their mission-critical applications in the cloud. For enterprises, service providers and government agencies, Client s xStream Management Platform and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) meets the security, compliance, performance, efficiency and consumption-based billing requirements of complex production applications in the cloud whether private, public or hybrid.
Meet with subject matter experts to gather requirements, and understand the expected use cases
Develop and deliver solutions on the ServiceNow platform that meet or exceed the requirements to achieve the business goals of the organization
Build automated tests for all developed solutions
Be an ambassador for the ServiceNow platform and educate our business partners how to better leverage the native features, as well as helping them understanding the customization capabilities.
Participate in Agile development process such as sprint planning, retrospective, and sprint demo meetings
At least 3 years of development in a complex or large-scale organization
Minimum 1 year experience developing solutions that utilize REST APIs
Broad understanding of general IT operations with a mindset to show how ServiceNow can improve those operations
Familiar with, and utilizes ServiceNow best practices
Knowledge of the CMDB functions of ServiceNow
Experience working in an SCRUM team
ServiceNow developer assigned to various development projects in an agile environment.
Must be able to participate in multiple conference calls, including daily standups and scrum meetings.- provided by Dice