CALLING ALL SCRUM MASTERS!
Publishers Clearing House (PCH), headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is a multi-channel direct marketer of value-based merchandise, magazines and promotional offers and a leading provider of digital "play and win" entertainment. We are currently seeking a Scrum Master to join our team!
Roles and responsibilities include:
Organize and facilitate project planning, daily stand-up meetings, reviews, retrospectives, sprint planning, and demos
Track and communicate team velocity and sprint progress
Plan and coordinate tasks for other teams that the web team is dependent upon
Ensure successful completion of sprints within scope, budget, time and quality parameters
Manage development activities performed on-site, off-shore and integration with a 3rd party provider
Certified (a plus) SCRUM Master with solid Project Management and team leadership abilities.
Able to keep projects on track, build consensus amongst all stakeholders and deliver exceptional results.
Experience in Agile SCRUM and conventional project management, implementation/management, E-Commerce, client/server and back end applications development management.
Knowledge of the full SDLC, including various methodologies such as Waterfall, Agile SCRUM, XP.
(a plus) Experience in e-business strategy consulting, business process analysis and requirements definition, risk management.
Excellent communication skills
Excellent facilitation skills
Strong knowledge of Scrum theory, practices and rules.
Scrum Master experience is preferred
(a plus) Experience with Version One
Strong writing and oral presentation abilities
Strong goal setting and task prioritization abilities
An ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups and individuals
Familiarity with Agile and Scrum methodologies is desired
Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online or by emailing email@example.com
This is a New York based position. Candidates must reside in the tri-state area.
PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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