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Tips for Hiring Scrum developers

Scrum is an Agile project management framework that requires developers to deliver Incremental work in Sprints: short cycles of one month or less. Scrum developers work with a Scrum Master and Product Owner to create usable products.

Scrum developers provide numerous benefits to companies, such as efficient project deliverables and cost savings. However, recruiting Scrum developers can be difficult, particularly if you are unfamiliar with Scrum.

This guide will describe Scrum development, what Scrum developers do, their salaries, how to write a job description to attract to-tier developers, and how to develop relevant and engaging interview questions.

What Is Scrum Development?

Scrum is an Agile project management methodology based on incremental and iterative processes. The main goal of Scrum is to satisfy clients' needs through transparent communication, continuous development, and collective responsibility.

Scrum development requires the following roles:

  • A Scrum Master leads the team, guiding them to comply with Scrum rules and processes. They work with the Product Owner to maximize the project's return on investment (ROI).
  • A Product Owner (PO) represents the stakeholders (customers and others who use the software). They focus on the project's ROI.
  • Scrum developers use their technical experience and skills to meet clients' needs throughout each Sprint.

Scrum is executed in short periodic blocks called Sprints, usually lasting a month or less. Each Sprint provides a usable result: a variation of the final product the team will deliver to the client as quickly as possible.

Scrum offers many advantages for companies, including higher software quality, time-to-market reduction, quick reactions to changing market and client requirements, and scalability. Companies can use Scrum development for a wide range of projects, including:

  • Software
  • Games
  • Mobile apps
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Business intelligence and enterprise data warehouse (EDW) projects

What Does a Scrum Developer Do?

Scrum developers' duties vary depending on the tech stack, project requirements, and employer expectations. However, they are always responsible for the following tasks:

  • Designing, building, testing, and maintaining products
  • Adapting their plan every day according to the current Sprint goal
  • Planning for Sprints by adding to the Sprint Backlog (a prioritized list of the functionalities of a product)
  • Holding each other accountable

Scrum Developer Salary

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of a mid-level Scrum developer with four to six years of experience in the U.S. is $120,435.

While Scrum developers in Latin American countries are equally skilled, the lower cost of living means they usually earn 30% to 50% less than their U.S. counterparts, with salaries varying based on location and experience. Revelo can help you connect with these highly qualified, pre-vetted Latin American developers, offering a cost-effective solution without compromising quality.

How to Write a Job Description for Scrum Developers

With millions of jobs listed online, a compelling and engaging job description is often necessary to help you stand out and attract the most qualified candidates. Here are the sections you should include:

  • A short and specific job title: Short and clear job titles are more effective than long and generic ones. Use standard experience levels like "Junior" and "Senior" rather than terms that people are less familiar with, such as "V" or "Rockstar." Based on their intended projects and responsibilities, you can gauge whether you need a senior, mid-level, or junior Scrum developer based on their intended tasks and responsibilities. Senior and mid-level developers work on more complicated projects; they may work more with the Scrum Master and Product Owner, while junior developers work on more straightforward projects and have fewer direct interactions with the Scrum Master and Product Owner.
  • Job summary: Include an attention-grabbing overview that describes your company and expectations. Tell readers what makes your company unique, including your company's mission statement and values.
  • Responsibilities and duties: Outline the hire's core responsibilities and explain how the role fits into your company.
  • Skills and qualifications: Include a list of educational and work requirements and hard and soft skills. Most employers prefer Scrum developers to have the following skills and qualifications:
  • At least a bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or a related discipline
  • A certain number of years of experience with preferred programming languages, such as Python or Java
  • Strong testing and debugging skills
  • Ample experience working on a Scrum team
  • Excellent communication and team skills
  • Salary range and benefits: Include the salary range and benefits accompanying your position. Attractive salaries and benefits are more likely to attract quality talent. Examples of job benefits include flexible hours, a dog-friendly office, office snacks, paid vacation time, and professional development.

Interview Questions for Scrum Developers

After creating a job description, you must generate interview questions to gauge a Scrum developer's soft and hard skills. Below are some sample interview questions to get you started.

What kind of experience do you have with Scrum development?

This question reveals applicants' experience with Scrum. A good answer should cover when the developer started working in Scrum teams, their developed products, and how well they work within a Scrum framework.

What are your favorite programming languages, and why?

Ask this question to gauge job seekers' hard skills. The ideal answer will vary depending on your company's tech stack and projects. For example, if you're hiring Scrum developers for cloud development, you may want them to have ample experience with JavaScript, Python, GoLang, and Node.js.

How do Scrum teams deal with disagreements?

This question reveals prospective hires' communication and teamwork skills. The best answer should mention at least several of the following points:

  • The team should identify and address the disagreement's root cause.
  • The team should try to diffuse the conflict.
  • The developers should hold each other responsible for any mistakes.
  • The Scrum Master should help the developers understand each other.
  • The team should continuously monitor and give each other complete visibility into the development process.

Why Hire Scrum Developers With Revelo?

Finding Scrum developers can be daunting when you have minimal resources, time, and HR personnel.

Revelo can help. Tell us what you want in an ideal hire, and we will instantly match you with industry-leading remote talent from Latin America. Our developers are located in U.S. time zones, speak fluent English, and have been thoroughly vetted hard and soft skills. Once you choose a candidate from our shortlist, we’ll handle the rest, from payroll and benefits administration to taxes and local compliance, so you can focus on growing your business.

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