Job Description :
Who We Want

A Leader with hands-on experience in Scrum Management
Someone with the ability to discuss highly technical issues with developers
Someone with deep understanding of Agile methodology
A decision maker
A ridiculously good communicator
A facilitator of meetings and valuable conversations
An expert at handling conflict, confronting people issues, and resolving both
A detailed analytical problem solver
What You''ll Do

Liaise between technical and non-technical teams
Communicate with management, developers, product manager, and QA specialists on product issues and process improvements (everything)
Organize and facilitate: project planning, daily stand-up meetings, product reviews, process retrospectives, sprint and release planning, demos
Track and communicate team velocity and sprint/release progress
Maintain process documentation
Ensure the development teams are practicing the core agile principles of collaboration, prioritization, team accountability, and visibility
Facilitate team backlog grooming
Assist with internal and external communication, improving transparency, and radiating information (burn up/down charts, Scrum boards, etc
Assist with prioritization and resolution of defects/bugs
Participate proactively in developing and maintaining team standards, tools, and best practices
Identify and remove impediments, prevent distractions
Facilitate discussion and conflict resolution
Empower the team to self-organize
Protect team velocity and productivity from scope creep and focus change

Desired Skills and Experience
Key Skills

Servant Leader – Garner respect from his/her team and be willing to get their hands dirty to get the job done
Communicative and social – Communicate well with everyone
Facilitative – Lead and demonstrate value-add principles to a team
Assertive – Ensure Agile and Scrum concepts and principles are adhered to, must be able to be a voice of reason, and make the tough calls
Situationally Aware – Must be the first to notice differences and issues as they arise and elevate
Enthusiastic – Must be high-energy
Continual improvement - Must continually be growing ones 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