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    Cloud, Infrastructure and Services

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    Data Analyst

  • Salary:

    £68000 - £72000 per annum + benefits

  • Contact:

    Lewis Vyse

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  • Published:

    17 days ago

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You will be joining one of the fastest growing companies in the world, in a newly established role and function, as CMDB Lead.

You have full autonomy on the design, implementation and ongoing improvement for CMDB. The objective is to create and maintain a CMDB that is the systems of truth for configuration items and their relationships.

Location: Northampton or London (Flexible approach to work)

Remuneration: up to £70,000 + £8,000 car allowance + package.

Your role as CMDB Lead

  • Planning, designing and leading the implementation of the processes within the ITSM Service Lifecycle
  • Has the overall responsibility of the asset, service and configuration data in the CMDB, including the mapping of relations between each.
  • Ensures that the CMDB is up-to-date with near real-time information populated from automated sources
  • Collaborates across all areas within IT and the business, assessing performance and communicating the value the process brings to the business.
  • Design and implementation of the Config and Asset Management processes
  • Own the performance and governance of the configuration and asset management function across Europe.

In order to be successful as CMDB Lead

  • 5+ years of experience working on process improvement through data analyze and capture.
  • Design, development, & implementation of automated processes for gathering, populating, and maintaining CMDB data
  • Technical knowledge of server and storage systems, specifically Microsoft Windows Server, Unix, Virtual and Linux.
  • Experience in the usage of SQL queries to perform data extraction, transfer and load functions.
  • Experience with a major ITSM toolset (preferably ServiceNow).
  • ITIL v4 is desirable

Sound interesting? Please do get in touch.