The Lead Release Train Engineer (RTE) is a member of the Program Level (ART), responsible for facilitating Program/ART Level processes and execution. Support resolution to Program/ART level impediments, manage risk, and supports continuous improvement across the ART. Understands the Features within their ART and supports the orchestration for cross ART Feature dependency management. Has a broad understanding of the relationships and impacts of critical Program/ART stakeholder impacted by the Features and value realization. Is able to effectively manage impediments and risks with minimal supervision.
Facilitates PI and Readiness - Aggregate Team PI Objectives into Program PI Objectives. Verifies and manages dependencies identified on the Program Board. Facilitate Agile Release Train (ART) Sync. Escalate and track impediments.
Ensure strategy and execution alignment - Assigned to work with Layer 3 and below stakeholders. Work with Product Management, Product Owners, and other stakeholders to help ensure strategy and execution alignment. Provides transparency around historical Feature throughput to ensure a reasonable amount of work is brought to PI Planning. Supports Product Manager and System Architect to ensure Feature decomposition. Understand and operate within Agile Release Train budget. Provide input on resourcing.
Drive continuous improvement - Has a Agile Servant Leader Mindset. Encourages continuous improvement and participates in Communities of Practice. Supports coaching for ART level roles. Encourage collaboration.
Value Stream complexity - Is able to apply agile at scale concepts to manage the aligned Features. Is responsible for a set of Features that align to their ART.
Problem solving skills.
All other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree with 8+ years of experience
Bachelors or Equivalent
Alternate Location: US-Colorado-Broomfield
Requisition #: 219153
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