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senior product owner.

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    Offer

    KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Product Owner is responsible for: 

    • Owning the product roadmap:
      • Working with internal and external stakeholders to understand their needs and align the product roadmap to strategic organizational objectives.
      • Collaborating with stakeholders during the visioning and development of deliverables to ensure the accuracy of the product roadmap.
      • Researching and analyzing the market and potential users to ensure accuracy of the current product. 
    • Serving as the voice of the stakeholder:
      • Identifying and assisting stakeholders to understand the business model and value proposition.
      • Representing the Scrum Software Development Teams in front of stakeholders.
    • Managing the Product:
      • Determining scope and defining product backlog items (epics, features, themes, and user stories for functional and non-functional requirements, as well as for defects in order to guide the Scrum Software Development Teams).
      • Solving product-related problems, making key product development decisions, performing analysis of trade-offs to remain on-track delivering business commitments.
      • Having a basic understanding of the end-to-end customer experience, including knowledge of dependencies that occur with product integrations.
      • Being accountable for the developed products and/or services delivered and communicating the plans and plan changes to business partners as often as needed.
      • Assessing value, developing cases, and prioritizing product backlog items (PBIs), ensuring that work focuses on those PBIs with the maximum value aligned with the current product strategy.
      • Acting as an ambassador for the products or services internally and externally, as well as serving as the primary contact for queries related to the products or services.
      • Developing lightweight Scrum artifacts with sufficient detail for product features so they are clearly understood by the development teams, and not creating “big up-from design documents” (BUFDs).
      • Working closely with product management and leadership to only create products that fit within the company’s current portfolio.
      • Developing and maintaining an appropriately prioritized backlog of PBIs for implementation.
      • Drafting KPIs and OKRs along with the business and leadership and applying them to make key product decisions in support of the business and organizational vision.
    • General Accountabilities:
      • Being a full member of the Scrum team, available to the team daily and attending all Scrum events.
      • Following competitors, the industry, new technology opportunities and other new trends.
      • Increasing an understanding of Agile practices across the organization at all levels.

     

    Qualifications

    JOB REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS

    • Required Experience:
      • Five years as a PO working in an Agile SCRUM environment (other Agile framework experience is good to have)
      • Five years working with cross-functional Software Development Teams under SCRUM methodology teams to deliver common sprint goals
      • Five years representing the voice of the stakeholder
      • Five years of active Product Management
      • CSPO (Scrum Alliance) or PSPO (scrum.org) certification required, CSP-PO (Scrum Alliance) highly desired
      • Experience developing minimum viable products (MVP)
      • Expertise creating and maintaining an annual product roadmap at the quarterly level
      • Management of stakeholders and their expectations, including expertise deferring stakeholder requests
      • Ability to understand both the functionality provided and technologies used by the product
    • Highly Desired Experience:
      • A commitment to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion - understanding and awareness of diversity and inclusion issues and best practice
      • Experience working with and representing the unique accessibility needs of people with disabilities and neurodiversity
      • Experience developing minimum marketable features (MMF) (in addition to minimum viable products (MVP)
      • Entrepreneurship skills or exposure to lean start-up
      • Exposure to an Agile transformation from Waterfall to Scrum or other Agile way of working
      • Understanding of the ten elements of Servant Leadership with the ability to work with leadership at all levels
      • Experience with Scrumban, Kanban and XP
      • Experience with DevOps and Agile engineering practices, (TDD, PP, CI/CD, etc.)
      • CSP-PO (Scrum Alliance) certification


    Offer

    KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Product Owner is responsible for: 

    • Owning the product roadmap:
      • Working with internal and external stakeholders to understand their needs and align the product roadmap to strategic organizational objectives.
      • Collaborating with stakeholders during the visioning and development of deliverables to ensure the accuracy of the product roadmap.
      • Researching and analyzing the market and potential users to ensure accuracy of the current product. 
    • Serving as the voice of the stakeholder:
      • Identifying and assisting stakeholders to understand the business model and value proposition.
      • Representing the Scrum Software Development Teams in front of stakeholders.
    • Managing the Product:
      • Determining scope and defining product backlog items (epics, features, themes, and user stories for functional and non-functional requirements, as well as for defects in order to guide the Scrum Software Development Teams).
      • Solving product-related problems, making key product development decisions, performing analysis of trade-offs to remain on-track delivering business commitments.
      • Having a basic understanding of the end-to-end customer experience, including knowledge of dependencies that occur with product integrations.
      • Being accountable for the developed products and/or services delivered and communicating the plans and plan changes to business partners as often as needed.
      • Assessing value, developing cases, and prioritizing product backlog items (PBIs), ensuring that work focuses on those PBIs with the maximum value aligned with the current product strategy.
      • Acting as an ambassador for the products or services internally and externally, as well as serving as the primary contact for queries related to the products or services.
      • Developing lightweight Scrum artifacts with sufficient detail for product features so they are clearly understood by the development teams, and not creating “big up-from design documents” (BUFDs).
      • Working closely with product management and leadership to only create products that fit within the company’s current portfolio.
      • Developing and maintaining an appropriately prioritized backlog of PBIs for implementation.
      • Drafting KPIs and OKRs along with the business and leadership and applying them to make key product decisions in support of the business and organizational vision.
    • General Accountabilities:
      • Being a full member of the Scrum team, available to the team daily and attending all Scrum events.
      • Following competitors, the industry, new technology opportunities and other new trends.
      • Increasing an understanding of Agile practices across the organization at all levels.

     

    Qualifications

    JOB REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS

    • Required Experience:
      • Five years as a PO working in an Agile SCRUM environment (other Agile framework experience is good to have)
      • Five years working with cross-functional Software Development Teams under SCRUM methodology teams to deliver common sprint goals
      • Five years representing the voice of the stakeholder
      • Five years of active Product Management
      • CSPO (Scrum Alliance) or PSPO (scrum.org) certification required, CSP-PO (Scrum Alliance) highly desired
      • Experience developing minimum viable products (MVP)
      • Expertise creating and maintaining an annual product roadmap at the quarterly level
      • Management of stakeholders and their expectations, including expertise deferring stakeholder requests
      • Ability to understand both the functionality provided and technologies used by the product
    • Highly Desired Experience:
      • A commitment to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion - understanding and awareness of diversity and inclusion issues and best practice
      • Experience working with and representing the unique accessibility needs of people with disabilities and neurodiversity
      • Experience developing minimum marketable features (MMF) (in addition to minimum viable products (MVP)
      • Entrepreneurship skills or exposure to lean start-up
      • Exposure to an Agile transformation from Waterfall to Scrum or other Agile way of working
      • Understanding of the ten elements of Servant Leadership with the ability to work with leadership at all levels
      • Experience with Scrumban, Kanban and XP
      • Experience with DevOps and Agile engineering practices, (TDD, PP, CI/CD, etc.)
      • CSP-PO (Scrum Alliance) certification