Scrum Master (Agile/Jira)
Scrum Master (Agile/Jira) Developer
One of our clients, a financial services company are seeking a number of qualified and experienced Scrum Master (Agile/Jira) Developer to join their team to work and develop an enterprise of data governance framework. You will have gained up to 5 years plus in a similar role and have worked within the financial/banking industry.
Main duties will include:
Development of a new application and tooling to build-out an enterprise data governance framework
Manage project deliverables and tasks during development, user acceptance (UAT) and production implementation phases
Build upon existing client platforms such as PURE, Data Lake, Workflow and DASH) Manage user requirements, testing cycles and perform change management
The role will be based in London although a willingness to travel to client sites as needed is essential.
Essential Education & Experience:
1-5 years of Scrum Master (Agile/Jira) Programming
1-3 years of service oriented architecture development
Bachelor's degree/Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field
Desirable Education & Experience:
Knowledge of (Scrum Master (Agile/Jira)
Strong database skills
Essential Personal Attributes:
Strong client service orientation
Proactive, self-motivated and flexible with an entrepreneurial and can do' attitude
Proven ability to think logically and use technology-related knowledge to problem solve effectively and deliver results on time
Independent thinker, willing to engage, challenge or learn
Excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to work with subject matter experts to extract critical business concepts
Excellent listening and interpersonal skills with the ability to understand people, build strong stakeholder relationships and foster cross group collaboration
Proven ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment.
Please email your CV to Hayley at Incisive in the first instance.
This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/79919695