Scrum Master, Cape Town

Ref No. CLGMS11055
Salary zar600,000 - zar650,000/annum
Benefits CTC - Medical and RA
Location Cape Town, South Africa
Job type Permanent
Job Status


Working for a global Wealth Management company based in Cape Town


Scrum Master Asset Management Wealth Management/ Financial Services Agile SCRUM Kanban

The Job

The Scrum Master will be responsible for managing the Scrum or Kanban methodologies as part of the Agile process. You will organise and help execute the Scrum framework: Scrum meetings (i.e. daily standups, sprint reviews, retrospectives, planning sessions) and metrics (burndown charts, predictability metrics)

You should be able to engage with teams to either re-establish Scrum practices

or assist them in Process design to achieve buy-in and help the team be effective.

The candidate will be highly autonomous and will need to engage with not just the team but

stakeholders outside the team to achieve continuous improvement.

Essential skills and experience required:

  • At least 5+ years' IT industry experience essential
  • 3-4 years' experience within an Agile development environment as a Scrum Master;
  • Certified Scrum Master certification - advantageous
  • Strong communication, coaching and facilitation skills
  • Able to exert influence without authority inside and outside the team
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work with diverse personality types and deal

with conflict in an effective way.

  • Experience in dealing with all levels of business essential

In return, you will have fantastic career opportunities working within a world-class Wealth Management organization

For more information and to apply, please send your CV to:

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