General Electric Scrum Leader in Bengaluru, India
Job Description Summary
As a Scrum Leader you will be responsible for execution and delivering the design and implementation of one or more applications, modules, subsystems, or services. In addition, you will drive activities to improve software quality and development methodologies.
GE Healthcare is a leading global medical technology and digital solutions innovator. Our mission is to improve lives in the moments that matter. Unlock your ambition, turn ideas into world-changing realities, and join an organization where every voice makes a difference, and every difference builds a healthier world.
Roles and Responsibilities
Proven track record of successful problem definition, decomposition, estimation.
Provides necessary support to the team to unblock issues in Design, Architecture, Development, Continuous Integration and Delivery.
Standups - Facilitate daily standups (or the daily scrum) as needed.
Iteration/sprint planning meetings – Protect the team from over-committing and scope creep. Aid in estimation and sub task creation.
Sprint reviews – Participate in the meeting and capture feedback.
Retrospectives – Note areas for improvement and action items for future sprints.
Board administration – Work as the administrator of the scrum board. Ensure that cards are up to date and the scrum tool, Jira software (https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira) or otherwise, is working well.
1 on 1s – Meet individually with team members and stakeholders as needed. Iron out team disagreements about process and work styles. While many scrum practitioners are anti-1on1, as they believe these communications should happen during standups, some teams, particularly for new teams, prefer to have these regular face-to-face interactions with specific team members. The scrum master may decide that these individual interactions are crucial for team development and getting to know one another.
Internal Consulting – Scrum masters should be prepared to consult with team members and internal stakeholders on how best to work with the scrum team.
Reporting – Regular analysis of burndown charts (https://www.atlassian.com/agile/tutorials/burndown-charts) and other portfolio planning tools to understand what gets built and at what cadence.
Blockers – The scrum master aids the team by eliminating external blockers and managing internal roadblocks through process or workflow improvements.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or in “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
A minimum of 10+ years of professional experience in software development
Experience working within Agile/Scrum software development framework
Strong Debugging and Troubleshooting Expertise
Strong knowledge of Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Software Design Patterns and Java coding principles
Hands-on experience in web services (REST, SOAP, WSDL etc.), using Apache Commons Suite & Maven, SQL Database such as Oracle MySQL, PostgreSQL etc.
Hands-on experience in utilizing Spring Framework (Core, MVC, Integration and Data)
Experience with Big Data / Hadoop and NoSQL Database is a big plus
Hands-on experience with web development using HTML5, Java Script, jQuery, CSS. Also, experience in implementing Java OSGi modules and using an OSGi container.
Experience with Play framework, Angular is a big plus
Inclusion and Diversity
GE Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer where inclusion matters. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Our total rewards are designed to unlock your ambition by giving you the boost and flexibility you need to turn your ideas into world-changing realities. Our salary and benefits are everything you’d expect from an organization with global strength and scale, and you’ll be surrounded by career opportunities in a culture that fosters care, collaboration and support.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No