Recruiting careers in TechDELIVERY
Insight Into: Delivery
Our delivery practice supports recruitment for the wider team infrastructure within an agile squad. We work with candidates that understand the process of a Software Developer so they can manage a project to get the product out the door.
We solely focus on those candidates who can really add value to the more technical minded and help keep projects on-budget and on-time whilst not compromising on quality.
Typical roles will include: Business Analysts, Delivery Managers, Product Owners/Managers, Scrum Masters or Project/Programme Managers.
We go out of our way to understand where our candidates have provided positive impact and this has helped us build a network of some of the best delivery-focused candidates, from junior placements through to confidential hires.
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