CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. ServiceNow Technical Lead - GREAT Customer and Location! in Washington, District Of Columbia
ServiceNow Technical Lead - GREAT Customer and Location!
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ServiceNow Technical Lead - GREAT Customer and Location!
City: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Position ID: J0419-2014
Employment Type: Full Time
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Do you want to be part of a highly-collaborative team that regularly participates in events like happy hours and Nationals games? Do you want to be in an environment where you're working hand-in-hand with the government customer and have a true understanding of their exciting and impactful work? If so, then this position is a fit for you!
CGI is seeking a ServiceNow Technical Lead for our federal customer in Washington, DC. The customer is in a Metro-accessible location. We're responsible for delivering a new system built on a custom COTS (ServiceNow) platform. The Technical Lead will lead and support a highly-skilled technical team, provide technical direction, as well as serve as the ServiceNow Subject Matter Expert (SME). This person will serve as the thought leader and visionary for the clients and stakeholders, communicating successfully the vision that will best serve the client, while leveraging ServiceNow. The Technical Lead will work to provide the client a situational web application for both event planning and event execution functions that enables unified logistics planning, provisioning, scheduling and cost tracking actions and mobility surrounding protective, investigative, training or administrative events.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
The Technical Lead is responsible for leading/supporting the technical team, providing technical direction and serving as the ServiceNow Subject Matter Expert (SME).
Identify and mitigate development and technical risks while also contributing to the Agile process by providing research, design ideas, ServiceNow best practices and contributions to the development.
Work with the clients to shape the technical direction and provide an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages to various technical approaches.
Identify resources required for tasks.
Perform development tasks.
Participate in Agile ceremonies.
Possess expert knowledge and experience in ServiceNow.
Provide daily supervision and direction to support staff.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required.
Must have 15 years professional technical experience. 4 of those years must be in ServiceNow development.
Hands-on application development experience in ServiceNow.
Experience in an Agile development environment.
Current active DHS EOD or active DoD Secret.
Prior experience working for/on federal client site.
ServiceNow certifications (System Administration, Application Development, Implementation).
What you can expect from us:
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