Rayan Bashir

Scrum Master | Electrical Engineer

- Python | ASIC Development | C++ | Certified Scrum Master | CompTIA Security+ Certified | Cybersecurity | ETAP | FPGA Design | IT Automation | PLC Programming | Project Management | Scrum | VHDL | VLAN Configuration |
Arabic | English | German

● Volunteering
● Active Learning
● Machine Learning & AI


A fresh graduate who has an interest in Scrum Mastery and agile management. I have passion for coding and electronics as well.


B.Eng (Hons) Electrical Engineering

University of Technology and Applied Sciences – Oman

Work Experience

[Africa Agility] Scrum Mastery Trainee (Certified Scrum Master)    Oct – Dec 2022

  • Implemented Agile Best Practices and taught Agile values and practices to the scrum team.
  •  Facilitated scrum events: sprint planning, daily scrum, sprint review, backlog
    refinement and team’s decision making, and conflict resolution
  •  Fostered communication and productive relationships with Product Owners, team members. and stakeholders.
  •  Assisted with internal and external communication, improving transparency, and radiating information.
  •  Provided all support to the team using a servant leadership style whenever possible and leading by example
  • Supported and coached Product Owners when needed, especially product backlog refinement and management
  • Got the Second place in Africa Agility Hackathon

[Infoline LLC] FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Call Center Agent    Sep – Dec 2022

  • Provided support and guidance to customers through their Hayya Card Application
  • Reported and solved technical issues customers faced
  • Answered customers’ inquiries regarding FWC and Qatar events
  • Improved communication and problem solving skills as I managed to handle 60+ calls per day and ensured customer’s satisfaction
  • Awarded the employee of the week twice

[Sensor Company] Electrical & Electronics Engineer    Jun – Aug 2022

  • Developed a digital prayer reminder clock using Raspberry pi
  • Held programming workshops for adults and kids
  • Helped university students with their projects using Arduino