10 Best Agile Coach Job Descriptions
Agile Coach Job summary 1
The Agile Coach’s work results in sustainable team improvement in delivery, knowledge, and ownership of how they work. The coach identifies potential areas of focus to address delivery problems, team dynamics, and systemic issues, recommending strategies for improvement within their scope of impact. We’re looking for an Agile Coach adept at assessing, prioritising and facilitating this type of improvement at the team and department level.
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The Agile Coach supports project teams by providing expert knowledge and coaching in Agile. The Agile Coach is an expert in various Agile methodologies and frameworks and can articulate their usage with deep expertise, but also see them for what they are — tools and techniques to enable you to foster capability in an organization. The Agile Coach interfaces with leadership, including up to the CEO, business, and supports domains and factories across all business divisions.
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We are seeking an Agile Coach to join our Product and Agile Center of Excellence. In this position, you will be coaching senior leadership through product and agile transformation, enabling leaders to create high performing product teams through lean-agile leadership. The Agile Coach role within Company serves to connect firm level strategy and prioritization to the execution activities of product management, teamwork, and responsibility-based management. The Coach serves as a mentor, coach and guide to the firm and its teams in the implementation and transformation to agile mindset, processes, and tools to ensure effective outcomes for the firm. The Agile Coach is a champion for change and fostering a continuous learning environment. They continuously seek to identify and clarify team goals, alignment, and foster an environment of trust and innovation aligning and adding to the strategy of the Product and Agile Center of Excellence.
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We are looking for an Agile Coach to coach our clients through adoption of new Agile practices, advise them on ways to continuously improve, and migrate to Agile implementations using agile frameworks. You will work with leaders and Agile teams, while partnering with other Agile coaches to improve the flow of work and assist clients in identifying and removing challenges.
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The team has an immediate opening for an Agile Coach. Join this growing team to continue the transformation of practitioners and leaders throughout the Federal Reserve System. This is an exciting time of growth and transformation and we’re seeking proactive self-starters to help lead the way.
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As an Agile Coach, you will help drive Company’s agile transformation (agile operating model) by coaching scrum teams and leaders in the adoption and application of agile values and principles, DevOps mindset and software engineering practices.
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We're seeking an Agile Coach to join our growing team. As an Agile Coach you will be responsible for advising and facilitating policy, process, and cultural transformation across a major government enterprise, as well as working directly with Agile Programs within the Agency to adopt Agile practices. This includes developing agile guidance artifacts, creating standards and processes, and training/mentoring program personnel and leadership. The Agile Coach will provide hands-on coaching for Programs to facilitate a smooth transformation into Agile processes and capture the best practices for knowledge sharing across the organization.
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In the role, the Agile Coach will work at all levels of the organization, from individual scrum masters to technology executives to foster a robust Agile culture and mindset. An Agile Coach will use all possible tools to guide the portfolios, programs and products through the changes: Presenting progress to senior leaders, suggesting and promoting organization changes, running a retrospective, delivering training, blogging, writing articles in newsletters, being fluent in Kanban and Scrum or creating value streams are all part of the coach’s arsenal. The successful coach is a consultant who changes organizations, a strategist who drives long term change, a designer who shapes solutions, a salesperson who grows their contacts and networks, an engineer who solves problems and a teacher for those around them.
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The Agile Coach will provide training, mentoring, and coaching to Agile Teams with specific focus on the Product Owner and Product Manager roles in both a Scaled Agile and non-scaled environment as we transition to SAFe. The Agile Coach will develop standards and processes as necessary to support the growing Product Management roles at Company. Additionally, this position will provide mentoring and guidance to other Agile Coaches and will be responsible for assisting leadership in tracking progress towards goals and maintaining consistent standards across the Agile Coaching team. May be asked to lead, facilitate, and participate in value streaming exercises.
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We're seeking a highly skilled, team-oriented Agile Coach to join our team. You will help guild our client through their Agile transformation at a strategic level, be it executive, portfolio or program. You will be responsible for coordinating and collaborate with stakeholders across the organization, as well as with Agile coaches, Program Managers, Product Owners and others.