- Facilitate and organize our sprints
- Coach all participants
- Remove any obstacles
- Monitor the Scrum processes
- Ensure the quality of our Scrum artifacts
- Cost tracking for activities in the field of Quantum Computing or Sensing
- Organize and moderate meetings with external stakeholders
- Check external partners’ supplies
- Assist Product Owners
- Completed studies (Master) or PhD in physics or electrical engineering/electronics
- You have an analytical and structured way of thinking
- You are resilient and love to face new challenges
- You are an absolute team player and have experience in leading and developing teams
- You have already successfully implemented self-organization within a company
- You are steady, strong in terms of implementation and focus on details without losing sight of our goals
- You are able to facilitate project management methods (planning, capacity management, goal definition, scope management)
- Knowledge of the management of BMBF projects is an advantage
- Business fluent English
- In our team-oriented working atmosphere, you have flexible options for working hours and can thus combine your job and free time in the best possible way
- The interdisciplinary team supports you in your professional and personal further education
- Insight into the development of high-tech products
A complete application consists of a cover letter (motivation, max. one page), a CV and your diplomas.
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