1-2 years of experience as a product owner writing features and user stories including detailed acceptance criteria, Communication skills (listening, verbal and written), Being detail oriented
Ideal candidate background:
Ideally the candidate will have 1-2 years as a product owner on a scrum team.
It's not necessary that it be in healthcare but that would be really nice.
Also preferably their experience would include some interaction with SMEs or users and not just a very technical role.
Experience that will set candidates apart:
Previous product owner experience, healthcare background, knowledge of agile / scrum philosophy, previous experience in Rally (software used by Curo teams)
location: Schaumburg, Illinois
job type: Contract
salary: $41.50 - 51.88 per hour
work hours: 8am to 5pm
education: No Degree Required
Curo is looking for a business systems analyst that will function as a product owner on one of our agile scrum teams.
The Product Owner (PO) is the member of the team responsible for defining and prioritizing the Team Backlog so as to streamline the execution of program priorities.
The Product Owner holds the product vision and works closely with stakeholders (e.g. end users, customers, and the business leaders) to cultivate and nurture a community around the product.
They ensure the team is building the right product.
They describe what should be built and why, but not the how.
The Product Owner has a significant role in quality, and is the only team member empowered to 'accept' new stories.
Own, prioritize, and maintain the Product Backlog, including definition of epics, user stories, acceptance criteria;
Collaborate with a cross-functional team of designers, business analysts, developers, testers and others to develop and executing against Product Roadmaps and Release Plans;
Collaborate with User Experience partners in usability testing and the development of the user design;
Experience level: Experienced
Minimum 5 years of experience
Education: No Degree Required
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