Are you passionate about Agile? Do you want to work with outstanding development teams? Does the idea of creating great experiences that enable small businesses to succeed online sound exciting? Then this job is for you!

This is the chance for an energetic Scrum Master to help our Domain.com engineering team deliver consistently and delight our customers. You will work with cutting-edge web applications and micro-services in a high-volume SaaS environment. You will use the latest tools and will collaborate with architects, developers, quality engineers, product managers, and our User Experience group.

What you’ll do:

  • Ensure that the team is applying the scrum principles consistently and accurately while remaining focused on delivering value to our customers
  • Provide key partnership, support and education to the team’s product owner, development lead and team
  • Aggressively remove impediments and remain focused on hitting our sprint commitments
  • Build a productive team environment where collaboration and group problem solving is encouraged rather than feared
  • Assist with internal and external communication with an emphasis on transparency

Who you are:

  • First level Scrum Master Certification (CSM, PSM I, PMI-ACP) and broad understanding of agile methods including Kanban
  • 5+ years of experience performing the Scrum Master role for a software development team that was diligently applying Scrum principles, practices, and theory;  XP (extreme programming), FDD (Feature Driven Development), and Lean Development
  • Proven experience developing lower performing or newly formed teams to a high level of self-sufficiency
  • Good skills and knowledge of servant leadership, facilitation, situational awareness, conflict resolution, continual improvement, empowerment, and increasing transparency

Why you’ll love us:

  • Love fitness? So do we! Enjoy our free fitness center, just a short stroll away, and outdoor yoga all summer long.
  • We know you’re more than what you do from 9-5. Whether you can’t learn enough about Ayurveda, or prefer to spend free time walking shelter dogs at your local animal rescue, we support however you fuel your passion when you’re not fueling our brands. Our employees use our products for free (or at deep discount!) to help them refine their passion projects.
  • We keep you well fed and hydrated. Daily breakfasts, healthy snacks, flavored seltzer dispensers, and lunch every Friday.  And don’t miss our bar with four rotating taps and Willy Wonka style candy counter.
  • We volunteer. A lot. Through partnerships with local charities like Rosie’s place, Junior Achievement, and Lazarus House, our teams are routinely out in our community giving back and doing good.
  • Plentiful parking.  Park further away to get your steps, or as close as you can to the entrance - it doesn’t matter to us, because there’s plenty of free onsite parking and electric car charging stations. 
  • Stretch your legs. We have stand up desks, and if you’re really motivated, you can do a few miles on the treadmill desks.  We have communal seating to work and chat if you need a fresh view. Go ahead, get moving!
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!

 

 

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