ServiceNow Engineer, End User Platforms
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The Servicenow Engineer will guide the use of Servicenow within our team with the goal of improving the productivity of the IT department. Your work with us will involve: identifying areas where Servicenow could provide efficiencies; work directly with internal users to gather requirements; and develop, test and deploy solutions.
You enjoy helping others and seek out individual assignments. You have experience with software debugging and troubleshooting. You can look at and comprehend complex datasets that are required by us to isolate problems and implement solutions.
You will report to the Manager of End-user Platforms. You will have a hybrid schedule from The New York Times building in New York, NY.
Under broad direction, you will provide development and administration of ServiceNow infrastructure by preparing required specifications and solution designs, configure all application UIs, workflows and notifications, and diagnose and isolate incidents through testing to develop workarounds and fixes for system related issues. In order for this role to be successful, you will need to ensure configuration consistency across development, test and production environments. To accomplish this, you need to create Servicenow workflows, forms, lists, business rules, script includes, UI components, and modify all modules. Additionally, you will:
Get to know the needs of internal users and lead requirements gathering sessions
Develop scripts on the Servicenow platform to automate tasks and integrations
Maintain the internal IT portal website, and offer improvements
Help integrate all modules
Facilitate and test all system updates and configuration changes
Monitor health, usage, and overall compliance of Servicenow
Provide solutions through configuration and customization including: user interface, workflow administration, reports, data imports, integration, custom scripting and third-party software integrations whilst applying best practices. D
Analyze the efficiency of existing configuration and workflows to develop strategies for improving ServiceNow integrations
BS Degree in Computer Science or related field
2+ years of IT experience
2+ years in ServiceNow experience
Servicenow Certified Application Developer
Project Management or front end UI experience
Servicenow Certified System Administrator
Understanding of working with Web technologies such as SOAP, JSON, XML and Web Services
Set standards of prioritization and implement tasks assigned
Overcome stress and provide willingness to modify plans and behaviors
Can substitute responsibilities across projects to deliver according to time commitments
Cross-collaborate across multiple teams to agree on designs and implementation plans
This role may require limited on-call hours. An on-call schedule will be determined when you join, taking into account our team size and other variables.
The annual base pay range for this role is between $90,000.00 and $110,000.00.
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