|Date Posted||November 3, 2020|
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As a Scrum Master, you will oversee one or more Scrum teams to ensure the organization and facilitation of release and sprint planning sessions, daily stand-up meetings, sprint demos, retrospectives, story grooming sessions and any other Scrum related meetings.
Your areas of responsibility in this role will generally include:
- Serving as a liaison between technical and non-technical departments; communicating with other management members, developers, product managers and technical support specialists on product issues affecting the Development Team
- Tracking and communicating team velocity and sprint/release progress
- Maintaining process documentation and ensuring that the development teams are practicing the core agile principles of collaboration, prioritization, team accountability and visibility
- Assisting Product Owner with backlog maintenance, internal and external communication, improvement of transparency and disseminating information
- Assisting with prioritization and resolution of defects/impediments
- Assisting team with making appropriate commitments through story selection and task definition
- Identifying and removing impediments and preventing distractions
- Facilitating discussion and conflict resolution
- Empowering the team to self-organize
- Providing coaching to SMIs and other associates