Duties and Responsibilities
Within ISD, this role is part of the Portfolio and Product Delivery department. Our purpose is to manage the delivery of technology led change, partnering with colleagues across UCL.
As a Domain Delivery Manager you will support, coach and enable a domain (a group of cross functional agile teams) to deliver the domain goals and each teams product or platform roadmap. You will lead and facilitate collaborative domain level agile ceremonies, including quarterly planning events, striving to identify and eliminate risks, dependencies and impediments, while ensuring quality is built in.
You will work closely with key senior stakeholders across the university, proactively communicating and collaborating with them. You will also partner closely with consultancies and external vendors.
A thought leader, you will also line manage other Agile Delivery Managers, building capability within the delivery management group and you will coach members of the wider team in their adoption of Agile ways of working.
To be successful in this role you must have extensive agile delivery experience at programme level, including experience of transitioning waterfall projects to agile methodologies and experience coaching team members in agile ways of working.
You have excellent facilitation, collaboration and communication skills and your interpersonal skills, including the ability to persuade and influence stakeholders, are exceptional.
You are naturally curious, several steps ahead of the teams and able to anticipate and plan for challenges in advance. You are always looking to continuously improve, both individually and across the teams you work with.
You are a whizz with JIRA and other collaboration tools and are meticulous with the budgeting and financial management side of delivery too.
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We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.
2 Feb 2022
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