Collins McNicholas

Responsibilities:

  • Act in the capacity of Scum Master for a number of software development teams.
  • Facilitating delivery from concept/requirements definition to end user deployment in a fast-paced environment through the full project life-cycle.
  • Train and mentor other Scrum Masters.
  • Provide training on the Scrum process and evangelize the Agile methodology within the company.
  • Execute on Scrum Ceremonies impeccably while adapting them to meet organisation needs and team needs appropriately.
  • Coach Scrum Teams to collaborate effectively and organise their work successfully to ensure they make realistic commitments and create reliable product increments.
  • Collaborate with the Product Owner to provide a vision to the team that describes where the product or service is headed.
  • Support the Product Owner in making product decisions, nurture great product owner behaviour and tackle PO anti-patterns.
  • Protect the team from external interference and ensure the team are able to perform at their highest level.
  • Compile, analyse and report on Scrum Team performance and KPIs to ensure continuous improvement.

 

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

 

  • BS or MS degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or equivalent.
  • Agile Certification (CSM, PSM).
  • Working knowledge of Scaled Agile Frameworks (SAFEe, LeSS).
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Technology Product or Service Delivery.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Phil on 021 4911064 or email phil.burchell@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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