Australian federal government seeks Agile coaches

Government of AustraliaThe Australian federal government is looking for Agile coaches and managers to help move the Digital Transformation Office toward better service delivery, according to ZDNet.

The DTO was established last year, working to unify government government agencies and services online.

According to the request for tender, the successful coaches will be required to implement practices within the DTO that lend themselves to a digital service delivery environment and work across government departments to ensure transparency across the board.

When it comes to experience, the DTO expects the candidate to possess an “agile qualification” and have a minimum of five years’ experience having previously worked across transformation programs to deliver “lasting change within organisations that focuses on delivering value for end users.”

Read the full article: Australian government tenders for five qualified ‘Agile coaches’ | ZDNet

More on this topic: Scrum masters to coach public servants to be Agile | The Mandarin

2017-04-23T23:02:37+00:00 June 21st, 2016|Categories: Agile government, Digital Transformation Office|Tags: |

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