CWDS is hiring a second Agile Coach to support our Digital Service Teams.
The CWDS project consists of eight digital services to replace the legacy system that manages casework for county child protective services programs, foster home approvals and licensing, and other critical functions that allow case workers to protect children. With the project’s first code release in March, teams of state staff and contractors, including designers, developers and project managers, have been working to get started under the new approach. Momentum is building as more developer teams will be hired in the coming months.
In November of 2015, the project changed its development strategy from the traditional “waterfall” approach to using agile methodologies which focus on iterative development cycles and a rapid feedback loop with end-users. Agile teams work in two-week sprints with daily status meetings to measure progress. The new approach includes DevOps teams, placing a strong emphasis on collaboration between network engineers, developers, business program managers and state and county subject matter experts.
See more details about the Agile Coach opportunity under open procurements at: https://cwds.ca.gov/vendors