Program Manager - Scrum Master

Position Summary:  Role will be responsible for managing the work defined by the Ops 2020 Program, within the Institutional Retirement Technology scope, as defined by the GWIM Digital Client Service work stream.  There will be coordination required across teams within the BOL Agile Train that will need to be communicated and tracked in the Agile System of Record.  This role will also work closely with otherTechnology teams engaged in the Program, as well as with multiple LOB partners.  The role will be responsible for conducting regular routines to gain a status of the work in progress, as well as, understanding, assigning, mitigating and/or resolving any risks and impediments.  Risks and impediments will be escalated as needed, to the larger Program.  The individual in this role will also attend all Program level routines to report status and understand the impact of other work stream efforts across the Program.  The individual in this role will also have interaction with the Online PMO Finance team with respect to managing the budget. Required Skills: o 5-7 years of Technology Project Management experience, with a focus on mid-large Programs o Experience with Agile Software Methodology, including us of Agile tools, such as JIRA or Rally o Proven ability to organize and prioritize deliverables, working within specified timelines o Excellent verbal and written communications skills o Excellent presentation skills, including preparing Microsoft Powerpoint presentations o Proven collaboration skills, experience with building relationships across teams Desired Skills: o Financial experience working within budgets. Job number: 18071577
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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