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Scrum Master

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The main function of the Scrum Master is to facilitate daily scrum, sprint planning, sprint demo and retrospective meetings.

Responsibilities:

• Work closely with Developers, Customers, and Operations to build meaningful services and process feedback loops.
• Guiding and coaching both the Scrum Team and the Development team on self-organization.
• Guiding and Coaching both the Scrum Team and the Development team on self-organizing to fill in the intentional gaps left in the Agile/Scrum frameworks
• Communicate information to external teams as changes move through the larger organization.
• Run the daily Scrum Meetings, ensuring that the team is adhering to the rules of Scrum and the objective of the deliverables.
• Actively identify and remove impediments affecting team productivity.
• Coordinate with other teams to identify risks and to clear roadblocks.
• Facilitating discussion, decision making, and conflict resolution
• Work as a member of an Agile development team in an innovative, collaborative and learning environment.
• Bridge communication between the Business and Technical teams.
• Provide status updates and track detailed deliverables; work closely with the PM.
• Create presentations and documentation in collaborative tools to provide transparency and visibility to stakeholders and peers. Tracking and assigning work on the stories created in an Agile environment

Qualifications:

• 3-6 years’ experience as Project Manager or Scrum Master
• Must have financial experience managing around 500,000 – 1 Million dollar budgets
• Must have Waterfall and Agile experience 
• Strong experience and expertise with story mapping.
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
• Experience working within a close-knit, collaborative team and contributing to the overall success of a team as well as working independently.
• Comfort working as a peer member of a high-functioning team of responsible, self-motivated individuals.
• Orientation toward results and problem-solving.
• Comfort and experience wearing "multiple hats" - more attachment to results than to any particular title or role. 
• Flexibility and willingness to tackle a variety of tasks to deliver team outcomes. This role will overlap the standard "scrum master" role, but also differ in several ways.
• Ability to create and maintain networks across business units.

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