Scrum Master

About the Role

A Scrum Master manages the planning and delivery of complex projects, coaching and developing teams, and dealing effectively with unpredictable circumstances, through expert use of the Scrum Framework. A Scrum Master is responsible for coaching teams to be self-organised, ensuring the team lives agile values and principles, follows Scrum processes and practices, and holds the team accountable for their commitments. This role is responsible for clearing obstacles and establishing an environment where the team can be effective. A Scrum Master will assist with managing business expectations for project deliverables, alongside managing stakeholder communications.

Key industries for employment opportunities are extremely broad ranging from Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Retail, Computer Software, Internet, Financial Services and more.

Salary Expectation: $122,000 (average annual salary)

Qualifications, Training, Licenses

Minimum 3 years hands-on Scrum Master work experience or Scrum Master Certification and/or
Tertiary degree in Computer Science, Business Management, or a related field.

Knowledge & Capabilities

Prioritise iterations/sprints with the product owners.

Manage and guide using Scaled Agile Framework.

Manage project scope and priorities with the Product Owner.

Experience managing/dealing with technical developers and cross-functional teams and being able to apply Scrum principles, practices and theories.

Project Management experience and able to use project tracking software.

Prioritise and execute tasks and able to Identify risks/roadblocks.

Strong analytical, investigative and troubleshooting skills and being able to produce backlogs and action plans.

Excellent communication and presentation skills with strong focus on stakeholder relationships.

World Capabilities

Customer Centric

Artful Communicator

Critical Thinker

Collaborative Connector

Pathway - Formal

Scrum Master Certification and/or
Tertiary degree in Computer Science, Business Management or a related discipline.