Release Train Engineer in Atlanta, GA at HUNTER Technical Resources

Date Posted: 3/26/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Release Train Engineer (RTE) is a servant-leader and coach for an Agile Release Train.
The Release Train Engineer has four key responsibilities:

  1. Coach the ART and people interacting with the ART to higher performance
  2. Facilitate Release processes, execution, and flow
  3. Escalate and remove impediments and roadblocks
  4. Help drive continuous improvement
  5. Help assure value delivery



  • Strong facilitation, communication (written and spoken), and negotiation skills
  • Excellent listener and mentor with outstanding interpersonal conflict-resolutions skills, and the ability to work in collaborative environments
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills with a high attention to detail and lean thinking
  • Articulate, persuasive, and comfortable interacting with all levels of the organization
  • Solid background utilizing an Agile framework (e.g. Scrum, Extreme Programming, Kanban, SAFe) in software development, such as 2+ years as an Agile practitioner, or 2+ years as a scrum master, or 3+ years as a program manager
  • Experience with the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  • Experience with processes and tools supporting Agile methodologies
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Computer Science, or related field or equivalent combination of industry-related professional experience and education


  • Experience in stakeholder relationship and team building
  • Expertise in Scrum including the values and principles, and how they are applied in large, enterprise environments
  • Familiarity with modern software engineering techniques such as Continuous integration, build, deliver, test-driven development and other automated acceptance testing techniques
  • Experience working with co-located and offshore teams
  • One or more Agile certification such as Certified Scrum Practitioner (CSP), Certified or Professional Scrum Trainer (CST, PST), Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Associate or Professional Certified Coach (ACC, PCC), or SAFe Program Consultant (SPC)
  • Ability to understand technical issues
  • Familiarity with secure coding best practices and “OWASP Top 10” vulnerabilities.
  • Desire to contribute to a security-minded organization with focuses on “Security by Design” and “Privacy by Design”.