My Dublin based Financial Services client is looking for an experienced Scrum Master to join the team on a contract basis.
-Communicate, influence and partner effectively with the team and stakeholders using strong verbal and written communication
-Track and communicate team velocity and iteration/release progress with, and to all affected teams and management
-Facilitate discussion and conflict resolution
-Encourage, support, and guide continuous improvement of the team, its products and processes
-Quickly understand the scope of the project and identify key success and risk factors
-Ensure the development teams are practicing core agile principles
-Organize and facilitate project planning, daily stand-ups, reviews, retrospectives, iteration/release planning, and other scrum related meetings
-Update tracking systems to provide transparency on product and sprint backlogs
-Assist team with making appropriate commitments through story selection and task definition
-Determine and remove all obstacles that may interfere with the ability of the teams to deliver assigned goals
-Promote a collaborative team environment that fosters creativity and innovation
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