Solution Architect (servicenow), Blackpool, Dwp Digital

Published 2022-07-01
Expires 2022-08-01
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Solution Architect (servicenow), Blackpool, Dwp Digital
United Kingdom, Lancashire, Blackpool,
Published July 1, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Solution architect (servicenow)

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Are you looking to take that next career step by becoming the 'go to' architect within a team, playing a major part in the technical direction of one the largest government projects and biggest digital transformations in Europe? Are you interested in an amazing pension with employer contributions of 27.9%? Depending on your starting salary that could mean we put around £22,000 in your pension pot each year. Is work life balance important to you? Do you want flexible working, including flexi time which means you can manage how and when you work, and hybrid working (some time at home, some time at the office)? Does that sound like you? YES Then click apply today , we'd love to hear from you DWP. Digital with Purpose. DWP is the UK's biggest government department. Over 22 million people access our services every day, and around 100,000 people work to provide the support, benefits and advice they need. And we're currently taking on a generational digital transformation that is changing how we deliver for our users. We're recruiting into our Technology Services , made up of 1,500 colleagues working collaboratively across 10 portfolio-led teams in a fast-moving environment, provide the foundations upon which digital services for DWP are developed and operate. We're driven by an extraordinary purpose. Collectively working on projects of incredible scale, we're transforming the products and services we deliver to make them better for the people who need them. Design. Work. Projects. DWP Place is an internal platform powered by ServiceNow , with a strategic goal to empower DWP colleagues to better serve our citizens. Our team have made major steps forward in delivering new and transformative capabilities based on the ServiceNow platform. We now operate IT Service Management, Strategic Portfolio Management, Employee On boarding, Security Incident Response, and Integrated Risk Management (GRC). It also continues to grow thanks to the demand for continual improvement and major change. One key area that underpins its strategic goals is integrations to enable automation and orchestration. We are now looking to recruit a Solution Architect , ideally with skills and experience in integration design, supporting the lead architect, to work primarily with the DWP Place demand management team and integrations squad. As part of this role, it would be an advantage to have some experience in ServiceNow specific integration capabilities and integrating ServiceNow or other enterprise SaaS platforms with on-prem or other cloud systems. However, we would also encourage applications from ALL experienced Solution Architects, as if successful, you would be given full training and development relating to ServiceNow. Details. Wages. Perks. You'll join our team based at our digital hub in Blackpool. In return for your skills, we offer salary up to £65,000 per annum. You'll also get a brilliant civil service pension with employer contributions up to 27% , plus a generous leave package starting at 26 days , rising over time to 30 days (based on your working pattern) , plus family friendly flexible working arrangements, such as hybrid working, job sharing, term-time working, flexitime and compressed hours. We also have a broad benefits package built around your work-life balance which includes: Time off volunteering and charitable giving Learning and development tailored to your role, including industry recognised qualifications, coaching and mentoring Discounts and savings on shopping, fun days out and more Interest-free loans to buy a bike or a season ticket Sports and social activities An inclusive and diverse environment with opportunities to join staff networks including Women's Network, National Race Network, National Disability Network (THRIVE) and many more CLICK APPLY for further information and to start an application on Civil Service Jobs.

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