Federal - New Team! New Leadership! Hiring ServiceNow Analysts / AngularJS Developers (San Antonio) ++
Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: San Antonio, TX
Great outcomes are everything. It's what drives us to turn bold ideas into breakthrough solutions that solve the toughest problems fast--the first time. So you can change how people work and live.
Because of rapid growth and new acquisitions, our new San Antonio leadership team is rapidly building our ServiceNow practice! Your career can grow with it!
San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the US and a top vacation destination city. Beyond The Alamo and historical River Walk / Mission District, San Antonio has something for everyone – great schools, Six Flags Park, SeaWorld and a low cost of living.
The San Antonio Delivery Center is part of the Accenture's US Delivery Center organization, which is comprised of six delivery centers that create client value through innovative technology solutions primarily focused in Application Outsourcing, ERP solutions, Information Management Services, and Net Centric solutions.
Our San Antonio Delivery Center employees can expect to:
- work with cutting edge technology
- deliver high-quality solutions across multiple industries
- work on a variety of projects ranging in both size and scope
- receive continuous training and career development
Multiple ServiceNow positions are available, from Analyst to Sr. Developer and Consultant. Duties may include:
- Providing software configuration and customization including, but not limited to: screen tailoring, workflow administration, report setup, data imports, integration, custom scripting and third party software integrations
- Obtain and analyze business requirements and develop technical/function requirements
- Develop, design and rollout new applications modules, workflows and catalog requests
Meet Some of Accenture's Employees
As a change management consultant, Nahomie focuses on helping clients successfully transition as their organizations adopt new systems and new processes.
Back to top