• ServiceNow Architect

    Job Location US-Washington DC
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/24/2018 8:41 AM)
  • Overview

    eMentum is a management and information technology consultancy.  We deliver strategy, management, and IT solutions that leverage our clients’ strengths, minimize their risks, and meet their goals.  We specialize in providing custom-tailored strategic consulting services, program management leadership, and technical implementation delivery to the Fortune 500 and the Federal Government.


    We are seeking a ServiceNow Architect with a strong background in ServiceNow custom application development. 


    US citizenship and successful completion of government background investigation is required.


    eMentum is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity!  M/F/D/V


    • Develop on the ServiceNow platform including the customization of the core applications such as Incident, Problem, Change, and Service Catalog.
    • Custom application development on the ServiceNow platform including Custom UI Pages and content in the CMS.  


    Required Skills:

    • 5+ years experience developing on the ServiceNow platform
    • ServiceNow Experience should include scripting, platform configuration, design, and deployment.
    • Experience with working or developing with JavaScript - HTML5, Jelly, jQuery and AngularJS a plus
    • ServiceNow Systems Administration Certified
    • Excellent communication skills
    • US Citizenship required

    Preferred Skills:

    • Integration experience (SOAP, REST, and JSON as well as JDBC and file imports)
    • Experience implementing systems using the Agile/Scrum methodology
    • Administration of a ServiceNow instance including the management of users, groups, and roles, CMS Development, ACLs, business rules, workflows, UI actions, UI policies, dictionary, and catalog items Orchestration and Discovery experience a plus
    • ServiceNow Developer certification is a plus
    • Experience with rebuilding legacy applications in ServiceNow a plus.


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