Analyst(/Scrum Master)

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Employer: Anais Digital
Domain:
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Abroad
  • Updated at: 16.10.2018
    Short company description

    We are Anais Digital and as an IT-expanding company we are looking to increase our team. We offer a friendly working environment and a highly organized and process-oriented approach. We're looking for enthusiastic, motivated, hardworking and energetic people to join our team. :)

    Our office is located in the Northern part of Bucharest (near Aurel Vlaicu subway station).

    Requirements

    Scrum Master experience is a big plus.

    FR (native or equivalent) is mandatory.

    Available ASAP
    Contract of 3 months as from start date with potential extension until end of 2020
    Location : Brussels
    40h/week

    Responsibilities

    As a senior analyst in a SCRUM team you are responsible to

    help the team to reach the sprint goal and deliver a high-quality increment to the business users
    support the product owner in refining and prioritizing the product backlog for the next sprint(s): choosing candidate stories, adding detail where necessary
    help the product owner to define short and middle term goals
    support the business in organizing acceptance tests and capture feedback

    Other info

    This new project starts in September and is a major project for a company in Brussels with high visibility for the public.

    We are building a full team (7 people) to work in an Agile/Scrum environment.
    The system will be responsible for all maters around nursery: localization, inscription process, compute public subventions, controls, etc.
    The technical level is very exciting: microservices, spring boot, docker, devops, …

    An agile team is looking for a senior analyst/scrum master

    The team is developing large scale applications for the public health care sector in a microservices architecture.

    The team is delivering new features to production every two sprints (2 * 2 weeks).