ServiceNow Manager

  • Location: United Kingdom (Remote)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £60k - 70k per year £ / Year
  • Published:

Linking Humans

Are you a ServiceNow Administrator with strong leadership skills? We’re looking for a dynamic individual to spearhead our client’s ServiceNow Managed Services delivery on a permanent basis. As the ServiceNow Environment Manager, you’ll be at the forefront of ensuring seamless operations for our clients.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage changes and maintain control of on-premises ServiceNow environments.
  • Lead a dedicated team in providing top-notch support, enhancements, and managed services.
  • Collaborate closely with clients, aligning services with their evolving business goals.
  • Oversee day-to-day operations, ensuring stability, performance, and security of ServiceNow instances.
  • Plan and coordinate upgrades, patches, and enhancements to keep environments up to date.
  • Guide clients in implementing best practices and actively lead project team members.

Release Management:

  • Manage updates between instances, ensuring correct synchronization.
  • Handle backlog management and maintain environment access for development teams.
  • Create and update support documentation.


Job Benefits:

  • £60-70K Basic Salary per annum
  • car allowance
  • flex fund (cash or additional benefits)
  • Private medical cover, life assurance, pension scheme
  • 25 days holiday


This role is open to candidates who are currently holding Security Clearance or are able to obtain it.


If you’re ready to make an impact and elevate your career in ServiceNow management, apply now!

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