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Agile Coach - SAFe

Job Title: Agile Coach - SAFe
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Industry:
Salary: €80 - €100 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: MW/AC/BERL_1505489930
Contact Name: Mathew Williams
Contact Email: MatthewW@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Agile Coach - SAFe

Berlin - €80-€100 per hour - 6 months - English speaking environment

Will hire over Skype

** Agile Coaching * Lean * SAFe * SDLC *

I am currently recruiting for a leading business who are looking to add an experienced Agile Coach to their team to join their department of around 150-200 Developers. Because of this they are looking for an Agile Coach who has worked in similar size departments, ideally having worked on greenfield implementation of SAFe.

This Agile Coach position is starting immediately and is working full-time in Berlin with some home working and flexibility on hours.

Skills Summary for Agile Coach:

- Strong experience as an Agile Coach
- Experience working in high performing environments of over 100 +
- Experience of implementing SAFe methodologies.

If you are interested in this Agile Coach position and can start within the next month, click apply below.

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