The primary responsibility of the Agile Delivery Lead is to lead, coach, train and help a number of Scrum Teams in Scrum adoption and Agile mindset.
The ADL is the agile process advocate and mentor for the teams and their members. Assuming scrum adoption, she / he is responsible for promoting and supporting Scrum framework by helping everyone within a team understand scrum theory, practices, rules, and values as defined in Scrum guide and implemented by the OpenBet organization.
The ADL is a servant-leader for the team helping external parties understand the way they should interact with the team and helping the team in removing impediments to the normal flow of work.
The ADL also provides feedback and reporting for the team’s status and work progress back to the organization.
ADLs also collaborate as members of the Agile Delivery Department so as to identify patterns in impediments, resolve issues and formulate improvement steps and best practices in a unified and common approach.
As members of the Agile Delivery Department they contribute in creating, rolling out, and facilitating scaling processes, activities, and ceremonies.
Key Responsibilities / Accountabilities
Assuming scrum adoption, the ADL is acting as a full-time scrum master. This includes (but is not limited to) what is expected by the Scrum framework :
If you’re the right candidate for us you’ll be able to demonstrate :