Posted: 2021-05-07
Expired: 2022-02-12

About this job

Compensation: €38k - 46k
Location options: Remote
Job type: Full-time
Experience level: Junior, Mid-Level
Industry: Education Technology, Musical Instruments
Company size: 11–50 people
Company type: Private



Technologies

scrum, agile



Job description

You beat to the rhythm of Agile and Scrum? You have a passion for observing, listening, facilitating, and bringing out the best in people? You find yourself thriving in an environment when improving its people connections, efficiency, and efficacy?

Nailed it? Then YOU might be the perfect fit for our first, full-time Scrum Master / Agile Coach position with the ultimate goal to help our teams become autonomous, self-organized, and high-performing while keeping our users at the heart of everything we do 🤘

Your playground:

  • Coaching up to two teams to achieve real agility while creating user value in an autonomous, predictable, and sustainable way
  • Facilitating and guiding through a product team split with a focus on team well-being and effectiveness
  • Methodically supporting the team in developing team maturity
  • Identifying skills and potentials of squad team members and promote their development
  • Arranging and facilitating productive Scrum ceremonies
  • Helping clear any impediments that decrease the team's ability to deliver or its morale
  • Helping the teams and the company to increase collaboration, experimentation, and transparency
  • Embracing an open learning environment where all teams can thrive and be highly effective

What to bring along:

  • At least 2+ years of full-time Scrum Master or Agile Coach experience in a software environment
  • Hands-on experience with various agile methodologies like Lean UX, Scrum, Scrumban, Kanban
  • A servant leadership mindset paired with great people skills as well as situational awareness, the ability to mediate conflicts, ask powerful questions, and a thirst for continual (self-) improvement as well as reflection
  • Strong and diplomatic interpersonal communication and moderation skills
  • Good understanding of the Software Development Lifecycle
  • An empathetic, “how can we make it happen” mindset and a desire to learn

What we offer:

  • Personal time off (25 days paid leave per year)
  • Flexible working hours (core hours 10:00 to 14:00 CET)
  • 38.5 hour work-week (overtime compensated as time-off 1:1)
  • Remote first work setup and mindset
  • A small team (25-30) with lots of individual impact and responsibility
  • Fun, relaxed, and regular remote team events and onsite team retreats
  • Shared and lived values: Agility, Curiosity, Unity, Transparency, and Empathy
  • An emphasis on continuous learning and growth
  • Mental wellbeing initiatives such as weekly yoga, Mindfulness Wednesdays, and optional paid external therapy sessions

Your contact: Stephanie (Süllwald) Truter (Talent Scout)

Our salary range starts at an annual compensation of EUR 38.000 to a maximum of EUR 46.000 if you tick all of the boxes. Your actual offer will depend on your skills and experience.

Time zone preference: +/- 5 hours of difference from CET.