Remote scrum master Jobs in March 2020

3 Remote scrum master Jobs in March 2020

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    • Frontastic (Europe only)
      1 week ago

      Frontastic is looking for an Agile Coach (f/*/m) as a full-time employee or freelancer. We're a remote-native company currently operating in the Europe/Berlin timezone.

      As an Agile Coach you're responsible for setting up and maintaining a progressive and demanding working environment for all Frontastic staff and teams – full-time employees as well as freelancers. You have a background in Organisational Development, Human Resources, Industrial and Organisational Psychology or are an experienced IT team lead. You're communicative and love to support tech teams as a solution-focused lateral leader.

      This isn't a junior position, which doesn't mean that you must have worked in this role before. Ideally, you should've already gained leadership experience yourself. In any case, you're aware of the unique challenges that remote working environments offer.

      WHAT YOU'LL DO

      • You'll support the people and teams at Frontastic in the joint development and maintenance of a working environment that allows self organisation AND true leadership, (solution) focus AND innovation, diversity AND common sense

      • You'll work as a consultant, trainer, facilitator, mentor or coach – whatever the given situation demands

      • You'll implement feedback cycles that help the people at Frontastic improve the way they collaborate, for example by facilitating team and company retrospectives

      • You'll act as a mediator in personal or team conflicts

      • You'll support the People Leads in staff development, trying to find a good match between the personal skills/preferences and the skills required for the team/company

      • You'll act as a sounding board for the management team, forecasting the effect that new principles, rules, processes or structures may have on the people at Frontastic

      • You'll actively drive the change that inevitably happens within a growing high-tech company

      • You may speak at meetups and conferences

      WHO YOU ARE

      • You reside and work in Europe

      • You have already worked as a Scrum Master, Agile / Lean Coach or People

      • Lead in a multi-team environment

      • You have the attitude and skills to survive in a complex and highly dynamic environment – and you know how to grow this attitude in your co-workers

      • You have good writing and communication skills in English, geared to a wide range of target groups – including tech teams, management, and customers

      • It would be helpful if you already have experience remote working

      OUR VALUES

      Our team strives to constantly improve itself following these values:

      • Make an Impact: We’re here to change the industry and we’re in it to win it. We’re incredibly focused and our main focus is on customer success. We boldly go out of our comfort zones, we support each other and we love doing what we do.

      • Thirst for Learning: We’re addicted to learning and we learn from everything. We embrace our failures as they’re something we can learn from and only help us to improve. We think differently and we know that change is good. We’re curious and innovation leads the way, we're constantly on the lookout for new ideas that can help our customers (and the world).

      • Diversity Rules: We’re proud to be a diverse team spread across the world. We empower the under-represented and we build a safe community for everyone to be themselves while holding each other to account when needs be. We use asynchronous communication as we’re a remote company and need to be aware that we’re not always online at the same time.

      • We're In This Together: As colleagues, with our customers, and with our communities, co-operation and collaboration are key. We help one another as much as we can and we care for each other. We celebrate our successes together and we strive to find the right balance in our lives.

      • Transparency First: We make all information as public as possible and we’re direct (as well as truthful) in all our communications. We don’t just explain what we’re doing but why we’re doing it. This is how we create positive relationships and move forward together.

      HOW WE WORK

      We're a remote-first company with regular in-person meetings. We make intensive use of tools like Slack or video conferencing. We try to find a good balance between focused work and communication or in other words between asynchronous and personal communication. We don’t have fixed expectations regarding working hours and it's normal for us to be able to take care of private matters during the day - e.g. visits to the doctor or picking up children from school.

      COMPENSATION

      For this particular job we are offering to pay between 60.000 € to 100.000 € based on experience and skills. Optionally you can get Virtual Shares from our Virtual Shares Options Program AVSOPB as part of your compensation. In addition, we offer 28 vacation days. Since we currently work from 9 different countries (and counting), it's very difficult to offer consistent benefits beyond that. But we're always open to suggestions.

      WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

      If this job sounds interesting to you, please send a short tweet-style "why-me" to [email protected] and have your CV attached. Do you still have questions? Then don't hesitate to get in touch via the same address!

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    • Frontastic (Europe only)
      1 week ago

      Frontastic is looking for an Agile Coach (f/*/m) as a full-time employee or freelancer. We're a remote-native company currently operating in the Europe/Berlin timezone.

      As an Agile Coach you're responsible for setting up and maintaining a progressive and demanding working environment for all Frontastic staff and teams – full-time employees as well as freelancers. You have a background in Organisational Development, Human Resources, Industrial and Organisational Psychology or are an experienced IT team lead. You're communicative and love to support tech teams as a solution-focused lateral leader.

      This isn't a junior position, which doesn't mean that you must have worked in this role before. Ideally, you should've already gained leadership experience yourself. In any case, you're aware of the unique challenges that remote working environments offer.

      WHAT YOU'LL DO

      • You'll support the people and teams at Frontastic in the joint development and maintenance of a working environment that allows self organisation AND true leadership, (solution) focus AND innovation, diversity AND common sense

      • You'll work as a consultant, trainer, facilitator, mentor or coach – whatever the given situation demands

      • You'll implement feedback cycles that help the people at Frontastic improve the way they collaborate, for example by facilitating team and company retrospectives

      • You'll act as a mediator in personal or team conflicts

      • You'll support the People Leads in staff development, trying to find a good match between the personal skills/preferences and the skills required for the team/company

      • You'll act as a sounding board for the management team, forecasting the effect that new principles, rules, processes or structures may have on the people at Frontastic

      • You'll actively drive the change that inevitably happens within a growing high-tech company

      • You may speak at meetups and conferences

      WHO YOU ARE

      • You reside and work in Europe

      • You have already worked as a Scrum Master, Agile / Lean Coach or People

      • Lead in a multi-team environment

      • You have the attitude and skills to survive in a complex and highly dynamic environment – and you know how to grow this attitude in your co-workers

      • You have good writing and communication skills in English, geared to a wide range of target groups – including tech teams, management, and customers

      • It would be helpful if you already have experience remote working

      OUR VALUES

      Our team strives to constantly improve itself following these values:

      • Make an Impact: We’re here to change the industry and we’re in it to win it. We’re incredibly focused and our main focus is on customer success. We boldly go out of our comfort zones, we support each other and we love doing what we do.

      • Thirst for Learning: We’re addicted to learning and we learn from everything. We embrace our failures as they’re something we can learn from and only help us to improve. We think differently and we know that change is good. We’re curious and innovation leads the way, we're constantly on the lookout for new ideas that can help our customers (and the world).

      • Diversity Rules: We’re proud to be a diverse team spread across the world. We empower the under-represented and we build a safe community for everyone to be themselves while holding each other to account when needs be. We use asynchronous communication as we’re a remote company and need to be aware that we’re not always online at the same time.

      • We're In This Together: As colleagues, with our customers, and with our communities, co-operation and collaboration are key. We help one another as much as we can and we care for each other. We celebrate our successes together and we strive to find the right balance in our lives.

      • Transparency First: We make all information as public as possible and we’re direct (as well as truthful) in all our communications. We don’t just explain what we’re doing but why we’re doing it. This is how we create positive relationships and move forward together.

      HOW WE WORK

      We're a remote-first company with regular in-person meetings. We make intensive use of tools like Slack or video conferencing. We try to find a good balance between focused work and communication or in other words between asynchronous and personal communication. We don’t have fixed expectations regarding working hours and it's normal for us to be able to take care of private matters during the day - e.g. visits to the doctor or picking up children from school.

      COMPENSATION

      For this particular job we are offering to pay between 60.000 € to 100.000 € based on experience and skills. Optionally you can get Virtual Shares from our Virtual Shares Options Program AVSOPB as part of your compensation. In addition, we offer 28 vacation days. Since we currently work from 9 different countries (and counting), it's very difficult to offer consistent benefits beyond that. But we're always open to suggestions.

      WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

      If this job sounds interesting to you, please send a short tweet-style "why-me" to [email protected] and have your CV attached. Do you still have questions? Then don't hesitate to get in touch via the same address!

    • Alley interactive
      3 weeks ago

      Alley is a team of experienced strategists, designers and developers who create digital solutions for large-scale publishers including news organizations and non-profit institutions. We are seeking a Scrum Master with experience using agile methodologies, preferably in an agency or professional services context, to join our team in guiding clients and team members through production projects and beyond.

      Qualified applicants should display excellent verbal and written communication skills, quick and creative problem-solving, resourcefulness, flexibility, approachability, and superior attention-to-detail. You’re expected to keep track of everything happening on your team since no detail is too small — so be sure to include “Welcome to the world of tomorrow!” in your cover letter to be considered. The ability to effectively work remotely is a must. Additionally, the ability to identify when to raise an impediment or blocker and how, when, and why to raise concerns with the client and/or internal team is crucial. 

      This is a fun, fast-paced and, at times, intense environment where the ability to multi-task and prioritize is essential. You will be expected to inherit and iterate upon our Scrum principles and work with the entire team to ensure that all of our projects adhere to them. 

      Responsibilities

      • Simultaneously manage production/maintenance of several client engagements in the context of a single dedicated Scrum team.

      • Guide the team through Scrum rituals — sprint planning, backlog refinement, retrospective, and the daily standup.

      • Participate in the broader community of Agile Process Leaders at Alley, and help senior leaders understand and resolve the impediments your team may be facing.

      • Understand and manage client expectations throughout the life of a project.

      • Effectively and efficiently engage with large teams of clients and coworkers.  

      • Schedule, collaborate, plan, and run in-person, on-site meetings or remote meetings with large groups of client stakeholders.

      • Maintain transparency of progress — making work visible — throughout the lifetime of a project for both internal and external stakeholders.

      • Digest large amounts of information from meetings and translate/condense into “actionable items” and/or reference materials for team members.  

      • Anticipate and remove potential roadblocks to ensure team efficiency.

      Qualifications

      • Service-oriented and outspoken, ability to proactively and aggressively manage expectations.

      • Ability to communicate professionally and effectively via tools such as Zoom, Slack, Google Apps, and Jira. 

      • Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment, ideally in the context of an agency, professional services firm, or media technology organization.

      • Must be able to rapidly adapt and respond to changes in environment and priorities.

      • Experience working with agile methodologies, particularly Scrum, and the values and philosophies that make it a successful project management approach.

      • Familiarity with project management/issue tracking systems such as Jira and time tracking systems such as Harvest.

      • Ability to travel to visit clients for major events (kickoffs, etc.) — typically only a few times per year.

      • Certified Scrum Master preferred but not required. If you are CSM certified, include in your cover letter the company that conducted your scrum training and which certifying body your certification is from.

      About Alley 

      We offer competitive salaries and company subsidized medical, dental and vision benefits. We also offer a 401(k) with company matching, a profit sharing plan, and a monthly lunch allowance.

      We have no set hours and have a flexible time off policy. We trust our team members to get their work done and take the time off they need to recharge, and we suggest an average of three weeks off per year.

      We are a fully distributed company, meaning we don’t have a set work location. Team members can choose to work from home or from a co-working space. We’ll furnish your home office or rent you a co-working space.

      Alley is an equal opportunity employer and we seek to increase diversity in the tech industry. We encourage applications from women, people of color, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, and other communities traditionally underrepresented in this field.

      Apply for a Position

      Please complete the application - be sure to send your resume and supply a few references.

      Recruiters: Please do NOT contact us about this job. All hiring duties at Alley are carried out by our staff.

    • Platform.sh is a groundbreaking hosting and development tool for web applications. We’re a European VC-Backed startup with a host of blue-chip Enterprise clients and a string of awards and grants (including €2m from the EU Horizon 2020 program).

      Platform.sh is built on top of open source languages, libraries and projects. But we never shy away from writing code. This means that even if there is an existing open source project that covers much of the functionality of something we want to achieve, we will consider, and often enough, chose to write our own implementation; Because sometimes 80/20 is not good enough. We have our own orchestration layer, our own reverse proxy, our own file-systems, our own reproducible build system.

      To reinforce our technical prowess, we are looking to grow our operations team with an operations coordinator that knows their way around Linux. If you’re looking for an exciting, high-growth opportunity with an award-winning, cutting-edge company, this could be just the job for you.

      Mission :

      Directly reporting to our VP of Infrastructure Operations, you will:

      • coordinate and execute day to day tasks;
      • monitor project activities and ensure general project organization;
      • work with internal teams to schedule upgrades and maintenances all the while respecting team’s capacity;
      • provide weekly and monthly reports recapping results to partners;
      • identify and manage project dependencies and impediments;
      • assist to produce the roadmap for continuous development;
      • lead and facilitate daily scrum, planning and retrospective meetings.

      Nice to have:

      • hands-on experience with Kanban Board & Jira;
      • Scrum Master experience;
      • reporting and dashboarding experience;
      • knowledge of Magento Ecommerce, Symfony, Drupal, eZ Platform, or Typo3.

      We have many extremely knowledgeable co-workers who are happy to invest their time in sharing their experiences with those who show talent, interest, and a willingness to learn.

      This role is open to full time remote.