SCRUM Master / Project Manager, CX, Financial Services
About the Company
A leading provider of integrated financial services; Australia's leading brand across the financial services industry.
About the Role
The SCRUM Master / Project Manager will work on a business transformation program where you will be working on a program that is seeking to improve the customer experience, digitisation and create efficiencies. In this role, you will work closely with the Product Owners to deliver a new customer experience.
- Facilitate sprint planning sessions with the team
- Facilitate day to day stand-up meetings
- Facilitate sprint review / showcase sessions and sprint retrospectives
- Facilitate backlog grooming sessions
- Facilitate immersion sessions with key stakeholders
- Remove team road blocks
- Work with both Agile and Waterfall teams
- Minimum 12 Months experience in a Delivery Project Management role within the Financial Services Industry
- Experience working on Business transformation programs
- Must have knowledge of the Australian Banking Sector
- Experience with Agile and Waterfall approaches
- Experience delivering to aggressive timeframes
- Experience with Wealth highly regarded
- Can lead and facilitate without authority
- Excellent communication skills
- Comfortable presenting to senior stakeholders
- Excellent stakeholder management skills
- Strong understanding and application of core agile principles
- A strong commitment to diversity and inclusion
- Be financially rewarded with first rate market rates, on the job training and career advancement
- An advocate of work life balance to maintain meaningful daily achievement in work, life, family and self
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Vanessa Knispel
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