About the Role
Trilogy Innovations is seeking a Product Owner to remotely support our federal customer in Bridgeport, WV. This is an exciting opportunity to join our growing team, while taking part in a multi-year initiative to modernize our customer's large-scale IT systems.
Security Clearance requirement (US CITIZENS): Secret Clearance
Location: Telework (Remote 100%)
Benefits: Health, vision/dental, life/disability, 401(k) + match
Perks: 100% coverage of professional development, phone/internet reimbursements & bonus programs
Bachelor's degree (preferably in Computer Science or related field)
Active Secret security clearance
Certification as a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)
Experience with building, editing and maintaining team backlogs
Experience with iteration planning, reviews and reprioritization
Experience supporting Acceptance test-driven development
Experience with requirement responsibilities, acceptance stories, and participation in team demos and retrospectives - including PI planning
Maintaining the team backlog - Working with other stakeholders and other members of the organization, the PO has the primary responsibility for building, editing, and maintaining the team backlog.
Iteration Planning - The PO reviews and reprioritizes the backlog as part of the prep work for Iteration Planning, including coordination of dependencies with other POs. During the iteration planning meeting, the PO is the primary source for story detail and priorities and has the responsibility of accepting the final iteration plan.
Supporting Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD) - POs participate in the development of story acceptance criteria, draft them when feasible, and provide examples in support of ATDD specification by example.
Accepting stories - The PO is the only team member who can accept stories as done. This includes validation that the story meets acceptance criteria and has the appropriate, persistent acceptance tests, and that it otherwise complies its Definition of Done (DoD). In so doing, the PO also assures a level of quality, focusing primarily on fitness for use.
Understand enabler work - While POs are not expected to drive technological decisions, they are supposed to understand the scope of the upcoming enabler work and to collaborate with System and Solution Architect/Engineering to assist with decision-making and sequencing of the critical technological infrastructures that will host the new business functionality. This can often be best accomplished by establishing a capacity allocation, as described in the team backlog article.
Participate in team demo and retrospective - As the person responsible for requirements, POs have an essential role in the team demo, reviewing and accepting stories. They also participate in the Iteration Retrospective, where the teams gather to improve their processes and are active in the Agile Release Train's (ART's) Inspect and Adapt (I&A) workshop.
POs also participate in the preparation of the PI system demo. PO Sync Meetings
About our Company
Trilogy Innovations, Inc. is a minority-owned (8a) and HUBZone certified systems and software engineering company that delivers superior technical solutions across private and public sectors. Since 2010, our talented personnel have successfully provided Innovative IT solutions across government agencies such as the FBI, U.S. Air Force, NASA, Department of Education, Department of Energy, U.S. Coast Guard, SOCOM, and private industries in Oil & Gas, and Land Management Services.
Trilogy Innovations, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.