Our Mission

At DeepScribe, everything we do is focused on our mission. Our goal is to empower physicians with the tools they need to improve both efficiency and efficacy, and to improve patient outcomes by increasing the trust and understanding they have with their physician.

Join DeepScribe to manage and monitor the Scrum projects as we build our 2nd generation of systems that are powering the latest transformation of health care records–voice. 

About us, and what you’ll work on

Healthcare professionals are clamouring for our AI-driven medical notes product, leading to rapid growth in every aspect of the business - customer-base, product offering, team, and healthcare footprint. We’re going from a radical idea to a mature offering, which means redesigning, rethinking, and rebuilding to enable this next chapter. You’ll have the opportunity to rapidly take ownership of our Scrum process as we build the 2nd generation of our product. You’ll lead and help us mature our Agile processes and methodologies with the support of company leadership who are committed to transparency and self-organizing teams.

Your impact

  • Promote LeSS agile values and principles in a flat development organization across 3-4 development teams
  • Drive continuous improvement efforts among teams by facilitating effective retrospectives, communicating takeaways, and driving adoption of concrete solutions to improve outcomes 
  • Plan and facilitate Scrum events 
  • Manage project timelines, expectations, risks, delivery, and communication
  • Guide effective user story generation and backlog grooming with the development team and stakeholders
  • Encourage an environment of communication and collaboration to enhance transparency, open dialogue, and productive solutions 

Qualifications

  • You have at least 5 years of experience working in agile technology companies
  • Proven experience working as a Scrum Master in an Agile environment
  • Understanding of LeSS framework required, hands-on experience with LeSS is a bonus
  • Experience working in a startup is a bonus
  • You move fast, work smart, and are thorough
  • Ability to effectively communicate project plans, progress, risks, expectations, and technical challenges

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required eligibility verification upon hire. 

DeepScribe is dedicated to providing and promoting an inclusive work environment.

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