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Work with global cross-functional teams (Sales, Product Management, Engineering and Support) to deliver solutions to our customers
Work with the scrum teams to help develop and build functionality quickly and to a high quality
Support QA and DevOaps functions to ensure products are developed to a high standard and deployed quickly and securely into non-production and production environments
Collaborate with and coach engineers, designers, analysts and product owners to ensure that quality is integrated into every stage of the development process
Develop, cultivate and maintain effective working relationships across internal teams.
Monitor all stages of software development and deployment to ensure they meet quality standards across a range of products
Take a lead role in delivering high quality applications quickly, reducing feedback loops with clients to help improve existing applications and develop new ideas
Skills / Experience:
Excellent communicator in a range of situations; both written and spoken
A work attitude that is curious, collaborative, empathetic, humble, reflective, energetic, and agile
At least five years of relevant industry experience, comfortable with business and technical aspects
Proven experience leading in an agile development environment, promoting lean and agile development practices across multiple scrum teams
Experience working with Agile and DevOps practices to build high quality, innovative applications
Good understanding of how IT security products are applied in the market to address needs such as identity management, identification, authentication, digital signing of transactions, single sign-on, access control, non-repudiation, privacy and confidentiality.
BSc (or equivalent education) in Computing, a Physical Science or Engineering.
Understanding of some of the following technologies: cryptography, databases, web applications, network protocols and network security
Understanding of industry standards such as: OpenID Connect, SAML, OAUTH
Familiarity with service management approaches, such as ITIL is useful, but not essential
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