|Recruiter:||Cambridge University Press & Assessment|
|Listed on:||25th May|
|Salary/Rate:||£44,000 - £59,000|
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We are Cambridge University Press & Assessment, a world-leading academic publisher and assessment organisation, and a proud part of the University of Cambridge.
This is an exciting new opportunity for an agile coach to join a team evolving into product led teams and to support the transition to product led agile working practices. Working with the delivery squads to support them in addressing the challenges they uncover and supporting the agile advocate in sharing and promoting successes and innovation arising from squad activities and approaches.
Key priorities and responsibilities for this role include:
You will bring knowledge and experience of working and ideally implementing agile practices and have a clear appreciation of how the key principles of agile working come together to deliver value. You will have the vision to be able to appreciate how the promotion of successes and positive outcomes can influence other users and help generate demand for these practices.
You will also have the following insights and experience:
Please note: this is a rolling campaign and interviews will be held as and when candidates apply. Therefore, we reserve the right to close the campaign early, so please do not delay in submitting your application.
Cambridge University Press & Assessment is committed to being a place where anyone can enjoy a successful career, where it's safe to speak up, and where we learn continuously to improve together. We welcome applications from all candidates, regardless of demographic characteristics (age, disability, educational attainment, ethnicity, gender, marital status, neurodiversity, religion, sex, and sexual identity), cultural, or social class/background.
We believe that diversity of thought, background, and approach create better outcomes. More importantly, fostering an inclusive culture is the right thing to do, and it's part of how we achieve our purpose: to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. Ensuring that anyone, no matter who they are, feels they belong here is an essential part of who we are and the contribution we make to society, and to our planet.
To enable an environment which our people can thrive in, our customers benefit from, and where work complements life, we empower everyone to manage their time and capacity, and to prioritise their wellbeing. That's why from day one everyone at Cambridge University Press & Assessment can discuss flexible working options to find the best solution for them and their role.