Recruitment for the post of Release Manager

Job Role – Release Manager

Location -Remote

Industry Type -I.T Service and Consulting

Role Category -Programming, Designing

Functional Area -Application Programming and Maintenance

Employment Type -Full time, Permanent

Education-

UG – B.E/B.Tech in computer

P.G. – Post Graduation Not required

What does a ‘day in the life of a Release Lead look like

  • Drive scoping and related activities across the squads for Home Lending Releases
  • Establish and manage the engagements with interface partners of the Releases
  • Establish Release Annual Calendars, Key Dates & Activation approach for individual releases and execute / track the Home Lending Releases accordingly
  • Conduct required stand ups to track Release issues, risks, schedule, testing sign offs, dress rehearsals & implementation-related activities
  • Manage the Home Lending Release implementations and coordinate associated activities
  • Flexibly apply skills and expertise to work across tribes, whilst retaining accountability within a specific tribe
  • Embed release engineering practices to influence the optimisation and flow of value through the releases
  • Continuous aggregation and communication of backlog and feature progress, dependency progress, and major impediments affecting the release
  • Track and resolve impediments for the release
  • Translation of business initiatives into cross-platform or cross-Tribe releases
  • Fit-gap analysis and feasibility assessment across the platforms/Tribes within the domain against the scope/timeframe/value of release
  • Provide input into value assessments and do-ability
  • Coordination and execution of release activities across Squad/s and/or Technology Areas

What will be in your toolkit

  • Experience working in an agile environment, at scale
  • Demonstrated competency to deliver business outcomes of the various initiatives
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of business needs and technology domain
  • Ability to inform business prioritisation decisions while establishing and maintaining a high level of customer trust and confidence
  • Ability to improve on existing processes to allow for improved delivery by influencing squad engineering practices
  • Able to apply engineering principles and tools to effectively provision and co-ordinate complex interdependencies
  • Ability to develop and agree a value for change initiatives and track value through execution

Things that I am (or strive to be)

  • A team player – I know we only win if we all win. I recognize and value the different perspectives and skills my squadmates bring. It is not about being a hero but jumping in and contributing to the successful delivery of our mission
  • The customer’s biggest fan – I demonstrate a thirst for better understanding the customer and define the problem and develop solutions through their eyes
  • A collaboration champion – I work closely with my colleagues to ensure alignment and champion the sharing of learning across teams
  • Comfortable being uncomfortable – I am comfortable with uncertainty and have the ability to effectively manage myself through ambiguity by making meaning, building relationships and creating clarity with my peers
  • Continuous improvement junkie – I constructively challenge the status quo, I look for better ways of doing things and passionately advocate continuous improvement
  • Committed to my own and other’s growth – I strive to stretch and grow myself and others by identifying my own development areas, seeking feedback and providing feedback to others to help them learn and grow every day
  • A problem solver – I am energized by tackling complex problems. I use my critical thinking, network, skills, knowledge, and available data to drive better outcomes for our customers and the bank
  • Commercially and Tech curious – I have a wide-angled lens. I am curious about what’s happening in the external market and in emerging trends and innovations (technological and otherwise) and how we use this information to better inform our decisions and actions.
  • Risk savvy – I build sustainable solutions that protect stakeholders and customers and proactively address risks by role-modelling improvements in the bank’s overall risk and control environment.

How I approach my growth (Growth Mindset)

  • I believe that my ability can be developed through focused effort
  • I see my true potential as unknowable
  • I believe in stretch
  • I seek opportunities to test myself
  • I learn from mistakes

How I contribute to the ANZ culture (New Ways of Leading)

  • Be Curious – I create a learning environment by modeling, encouraging and rewarding curiosity, and purposeful experimentation
  • Create Shared Clarity – I bring people on the journey, creating a shared understanding of our context, purpose, goals, and progress. Even when it’s ambiguous, I create focus and enough certainty to deliver and succeed.
  • Connect with Empathy – I listen to, care about and connect personally with people, striving to put myself in their shoes. I have courageous conversations with empathy, which help everyone move forward.
  • Empower People – I give people space and confidence to think, decide
  • and act with autonomy, and trust that they can deliver exceptional things with support and encouragement.
  • Grow People Selflessly –I help others to see their potential, grow and be ready for a future that is constantly changing. I challenge myself to do the same.

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