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ServiceNow | Santa Clara, CA
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ENGINEERING VARIOUS LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE ServiceNow, Inc. has the following positions available in Santa Clara, CA: Sr. Business Systems Analyst (9993): Design, implement, and enhance Service-Now's IT Service Management (ITSM) software modules, design solutions, and processes for ServiceNow database. Sr. Staff Network Engineer (10044): Participate and provide technical leadership in a small team managing all aspects of network, telecom, and security in a global and rapidly expanding IT infrastructure. Position may require travel up to 10%. Technical Lead (10062): Develop, design, and test software applications for Service-Now's enterprise software platform. Send resume to: Service-Now, Inc., Attn: Global Mobility, 2225 Lawson Ln., Santa Clara, CA 95054. Must reference job title and job code.
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About ServiceNow

Service-now.com is the leading provider of On Demand IT service management solutions. Supporting more than one million users worldwide, we have seen exceptional growth since our inception in 2004. We are no new entrant to the issues that global organizations are facing and are tackling on a day to day basis. Service-now.com was founded in 2004 by Fred Luddy, (former CTO of Peregrine Systems and Remedy). Fred leads a team laser focused on really listening to customers, being open to all feedback, willing to question everything and rethink the way we approach IT service management. You will find Service-now.com offers you the experience that you need of a partner. The vast majority of our employees have worked at companies such as BMC, CA, Deloitte Consulting, Forrester Research, HP, IBM, Quest Software, Touchpaper, Mercury, and Peregrine Systems as well as IT departments of the Global 2000.