Development Product Owner Mid

San Antonio

Brief Summary

                            Development Product Owner
 
Job Duties:
  • Works under minimal supervision on complex efforts that can span a year or more.
  • Works with multiple teams within a program, and occasionally may lead and provide oversight to other DPOs on larger efforts.
  • Works with the Enterprise platform and/or multiple systems integration for major elements of technical infrastructure. 
  • Works Epic-level efforts that coordinate distribution to, and release across multiple scrum teams, within scaled Agile organizations as necessary. 
  • Serve as an expert in more than one business or system domain capable of leading development across multiple teams at the program level.
  • Identifies, engages, influences and leads business stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts.
  • Works with business and Enterprise stakeholders to understand, validate and help shape business strategy and vision, and customer needs.
  • Partners with sponsors, stakeholders, and IT to facilitate, define and document relevant business processes, gaining an advanced understanding of the needs, measures, and risks & controls for the improvement area.
  • Serves as direct representative of the business with delivery teams, representing/reinforcing the customers' perspective throughout the product realization cycle.
  • Works with the business process owners to develop metrics to manage and track benefits, adoption, and risks to operations.
  • Assists with program and project level plans related to schedule, scope and resources.
  • Leads, collaborates with, and motivates cross-functional teams of user experience partners, designers, business analysts, developers, testers and others to develop, execute and release in alignment with program and/or product roadmaps.
  • Manages, prioritizes, and assesses the impact of all work items, such as new features, defects, etc., including providing the decision to create, fix or defer at the project and program level.
  • Reviews, and when appropriate, accepts and prioritizes feedback and new requirements from stakeholders.
  • Reviews and accepts or declines output of development to ensure specified acceptance criteria have been completed.
  • Prepares the business for the change and arm them with tactics and metrics for benefits, adoption, and risk.
  • Coaches less experienced DPOs and team members.
  • Serves as an expert in the business development/execution discipline, regularly seeking out opportunities to enhance, improve and advance the function.
Minimum Education:
  • Bachelor's degree required.
    4 additional years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree.
  • At least 1 year in a current Product owner role
  • Financial Institution experience (preferably in operations or digital) 3-4 years
  • Regulatory work experience 2 years
Tools:
  • Rally – 1 year usage
  • Jira – 1 year usage…or similar agile story software
  • New Web/Micro-services (exposure)