Technical Agile Coach

About the Role

Both strong leaders and advocates, XP/Lean Coaches are both educators and coaches with great interpersonal skills, teaching abilities, and a capacity to inspire and motivate. In order to stay ahead, XP/Lean Coaches constantly learn from colleagues, and continuously improve.

The XP/Lean Coach mentors across the client organization and between team boundaries on XP/Lean principles, providing them with skills and techniques to help them improve their work. They are embedded with their teams hands-on in the code helping the teams identify and refactor code smells, provide training sessions and teach valuable skills that lead toward positive outcomes.

As a mentor, the XP/Lean Coach is responsible for guiding teams, providing employees with feedback and means of improvement, catalyzing organizational growth and answering questions. They provide hands-on support to employees, collaborating with people across widely varying levels and roles, leading teams toward continuous improvement.

Coaches apply Lean and Agile processes, principles and practices across levels and departments in an organization. The XP/Lean Coach uses techniques that increase collaboration, improve flow, predictability, transparency, improve code safety, and promote a culture of experimentation and innovation.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

We’re looking for a coach with a proactive mindset, someone inspired and passionate that will enhance the overall effectiveness of our coaching team. Our successful candidate is a strong critical thinker, reliable and transparent, with an ability to learn and communicate. We’re looking for someone special to contribute to our unique culture.

The XP/Lean Coach will generally have the following responsibilities:

The ideal candidate will have exceptional communications skills, strong initiative, and be able to work with minimal supervision


The successful candidate will typically have the following qualifications:

To Apply

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