Job Description :
Job Title : Project Manager
Location : San Francisco, CA (Require only Local consultants)
Type of hire : Contract
Rate : Based on the Level of experience


Must Have Skills:
Project Management & SDLC
Experience in Agile projects and playing Scrum Master
Sprint planning, review and retrospective events
Coach team for adoption of Agile practices
Resource planning and task allocation with the consultation of a technical lead according to skill matrix.
Excellent Analytical and Communication Skill
Ability to negotiate with client.

Job Roles / Responsibilities:
Experience in Agile projects and playing Scrum Master
Sprint planning, review and retrospective events
Coach team for adoption of Agile practices
Facilitate daily scrums
Responsible to make sure that team is fully functional, and every team member has tools to get their work done efficiently.
Enable close cooperation across all roles and functions namely, Tech Lead, Business Analysts & QC with developers
Set project modules and priorities with the consultation of Project manager and technical lead.
Resource planning and task allocation with the consultation of a technical lead according to skill matrix.
Control Development throughout SDLC as per sprint schedule.
Effectively communicate challenges and project progress and remove barriers.
Strike a balance between focusing on project deliveries and implementing Agile best practices.
Facilitate team for better creativity and tries to improve the efficiency of the development team and shield team from external interfaces.
Responsible for managing the scrum process with the coordination of scrum team in Agile methodology.
Responsible to remove the impediments for the scrum team.
Arrange daily stand-up meetings, facilitate meetings, schedule meetings, demo and decision-making processes to ensure quick inspection and proper use of adaptation process.
Helps product owner to make the product backlogs in the appropriate shape and make them ready for the next sprint.
Responsible to Conduct retrospective meetings.
highlighting project risks, including the monitoring of contingency plans
liaison with program management and related projects to ensure that work is neither overlooked nor duplicated
monitoring overall progress and use of resources, initiating corrective action where necessary with the seniors
reporting through agreed lines on project progress through highlight reports and end-stage assessments