July 13, 2018

Join us, travel the world, meet interesting people and coach them

We are looking for Agile coaches in Germany, Sweden, Finland and other markets for our international team

Once upon a time (but actually just a few months ago), we published an ebook called The Hitchhiker's Guide to Agile Coaching where we tried to explain our tradition of coaching, which is continuously being adapted to the needs of our clients and our own company. We always focus on delivering value to our customers. 

Becoming an agile coach is a journey that has no end, but somehow it needs a start! This is why we are looking for talented new colleagues to join us and learn and evolve while working with our international, experienced, and diverse group of amazing coaches. We already have a presence in Germany, the United States, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Italy, Finland, Turkey and South Africa, and we are actively seeking new Agile coaches in most of these markets, sometimes trading places with the rest of the team and sometimes charting new territories


The ideal candidate is someone who can immerse themselves in our approach starting with at least three years' experience working with more than one team using at least one of the Agile methods (Scrum, Kanban, XP). They will also need fluent knowledge of the language of their target country, in addition to English. As a true trailblazer, the role involves traveling on average three days a week, so it helps if that makes you happy to leave your house in the morning for the airport armed with a bunch of post-its, LEGO® bricks and of course a towel

For more information, check out our job posting or contact us at office@agile42.com.


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Marion Eickmann

I am one of the founders of agile42. Even though I am not an engineer I consider myself almost a "Techi" as I have been working in the field of software development for 10 years now.
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Marion Eickmann

I am one of the founders of agile42. Even though I am not an engineer I consider myself almost a "Techi" as I have been working in the field of software development for 10 years now.

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