Accenture

Federal - ServiceNow Designer

Accenture

June 11, 2021


  • Present and ‘sell’ clients on application designs that delight their users and grow the demand for our services

  • Lead teams in the systems integration of ServiceNow or similar technologies

  • Manage Agile implementations including the application of User Stories, User Studies, design and create Wireframes and graphic assets

  • Develop System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) processes including client requirement analysis and system design

Here's what you need:

  • Proficient experience in analysis that is supporting the development of ServiceNow

  • US Citizenship required; dual citizens not eligible

Bonus Points if you have:

  • You have Customer Relationship Management experience and/or leadership experience

  • You understand Change Management, Configuration Management, and Release Management as it relates to ITIL

  • You have experience in test plan creation and execution, including automated test scripts

  • You’ve got experience with the following: Application development, mobile application development, web development, design thinking, UI/UX, workflow design and development, platform development

  • You have an ITIL Foundations Certification

  • You have experience implementing systems with Agile/Scrum methodology and/or System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) processes


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