ServiceNow Risk management Consultant

Are you tempted to work at an IT company in Ostrava or Prague? Are you looking for a place that is not a corporate or a start-up, but a strong company? Interested in software development based on the modern platform? Eager to learn new things, develop yourself and work in a friendly company.

ConWare is a Czech IT company specializing in implementing IT tools for many significant Czech companies but mostly for companies abroad.

What would you sign up for?

  • You will have the opportunity to be with the project from the beginning, selecting the technology, setting up the processes up to the successful handover to the customer
  • You will have an opportunity to choose of projects (do what you like)
  • You will become a part of the experienced ServiceNow team with wide range of knowledge from different IT areas
  • Communicating with customers and translating business requirements into the IT world
  • Development of applications in JavaScript, HTML (fundamentals are enough)
  • Technical implementation of ServiceNow platform
  • Module management and designing new application

Capabilities and skills that might get you an advantage

  • Experience in software development or web applications
  • ServiceNow Certified Administrator and Application Developer certificate
  • Experience in GRC, IRM, BCM
  • Practical experience with consultations with clients and businesses
  • Excellent written, communication, and collaboration skills, with the ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams
  • Knowledge of JavaScript and similar technologies
  • Fluency in English

What do we offer?

  • Entry training and regular training in ServiceNow
  • Exciting projects with our fantastic team
  • An employment contract or freelance contract up to your decision
  • Home office or REMOTE office
  • 6 WEEKS VACATION + 3 Sick Days
  • Pension contribution
  • Company events
  • An informal workplace where we play ping-pong or hike on Lysá Mountain

Contact Us

Eva Bordovská

Human Resources
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