Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net )
6 Month Contract
£600-£650 per day
A Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) is required to join a consultancy client of mine representing a number of fortune 500 and household name clients on a 6 month contract.
This Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) would be primarily supporting their internal team, including technical and not technical personnel.
One of the main aims of this Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) project will be to transition the team from a Waterfall to Agile Scrum methodology, moving the entire team over and improving process of those already familiar with Scrum and Kanban.
This Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) will be required to:
- Plan and deliver Daily Scrums, Retrospectives and Reviews
- Work closely with the development teams, business analyst, operations and Solution Architects to work following agile principles
- Ensure all teams are following best practice
- Be the go to guy onsite for the agile process of the team’s Deployment Pipeline
- Mentor senior team members to ensure all elements of the Agile process are adopted throughout the team
- Build and develop a high performing team
The perfect candidate for Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) position will have:
- Certified scrum master
- 3+ years of hands on Scrum Master experience
- Hands on C# & .Net experience
- Knowledge of the full SDLC
- Experience of mentoring and coaching teams
- Experience in a Delivery role (e.g. Product Owner, Solutions Architect, Technical project Manager)
- MSc in Computer Science(or similar)
The contract for this Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) is due to run for an initial 6 months however, due to the size of this business and the number of projects live at any one point there is a huge opportunity to extend.
We are keen to find the right Scrum Master ( Scrum Certified / .Net ) immediately in order to get work underway ASAP so don’t hesitate to apply or send your application via email to Elliot.firstname.lastname@example.org.Bedfordshire, England