Agile coach is a change agent who is responsible for creating and improving agile processes within a team or a company. They play an important role in the successful implementation of agile transformation in the organization and in the project teams.



  • Consults and guides teams (IT and none-IT teams) with varied agile experience to set up and implement projects the agile way
  • Helps the definition of an agile transformation roadmap for bigger business units/teams and offers the right approach to support the growth
  • Educates teams and colleagues on all levels, including seniors and at times clients on agile best practices
  • Coaches teams by asking questions, providing mental models, challenging on prevailing thinking and guiding teams towards building great products for customers
  • Drives adoption of the tools and methods that seem fit and helps to integrate them step by step into the daily operation
  • Coordinates and supports operative implementation of agile methods especially to break down silos and help teams improve their development processes
  • Provides guidance and feedback
  • Helps maintaining the agile adoption curve
  • Promotes a culture of experimentation and innovation

Elvárások / Requirements

  • Strong background in project management and IT or related fields
  • Experiences in working in scaled agile frameworks (e.g. SAFe, LeSS, Scrum of Scrums) and know-how about the major components
  • Experience in encouraging buy-in from employees and key stakeholders (also on Management-Level)
  • Experience as a Scrum master or with the agile methodology
  • Knowledge of agile software development
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • Interpersonal skills and patience
  • Professional verbal and written communication skills in English (C1)


Nice to have:

  • German language skills (At least B2)
  • Scrum Master or Agile coach certificate
Cégnév: Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions Kft.
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