Scrum Master

Location: Kyeemagh, New South Wales
Job Type: Contract
Salary: Negotiable
Contact: Christina Myles
Email: email Christina
Reference: 176813_1504597781

Scrum Master

Scrum Master required for an initial 6-month contract to work with an award-winning aviation organisation.

Skills

  • Servant Leader - Must be able to garner respect from his/her team and be willing to get their hands dirty to get the job done
  • Communicative and social - Must be able to communicate well with teams
  • Facilitative - Must be able to lead and demonstrate value-add principles to a team
  • Assertive - Must be able to ensure Agile/Scrum concepts and principles are adhered to, must be able to be a voice of reason and authority, make the tough calls.
  • Situationally Aware - Must be the first to notice differences and issues as they arise and elevate them to management
  • Enthusiastic - Must be high-energy
  • Continual improvement - Must continually be growing one's craft learning new tools and techniques to manage oneself and a team
  • Conflict resolution - Must be able to facilitate discussion and facilitate alternatives or different approaches
  • Attitude of empowerment - Must be able to lead a team to self-organization
  • Attitude of transparency - Must desire to bring disclosure and transparency to the business about development and grow business trust


Experience

  • Understand fundamentals of iterative development
  • Experience with Adobe experience Manager
  • Understand other processes and methodologies and can speak intelligently about them and leverage other techniques to provide value to a team/enterprise
  • Understand fundamentals of software development processes and procedures
  • Understand the value of commitments to delivery made by a development team
  • Understand incremental delivery and the value of metrics
  • Understand backlog tracking, burndown metrics, velocity, and task definition
  • Experience with Scaled Agile practices, service-oriented environments, and better development practices