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8 days ago

Sr Business Program Mgr WWLP

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Senior Business Program Manager capable of leading engagement across organizations to deliver new models and… Experteer

15 days ago

Principal IT PM Mgr

Microsoft Redmond, WA

This Program Manager role will focus on driving Infrastructure service costing (on-premise and Azure), charge back… Experteer

15 days ago


Microsoft Redmond, WA

will include working closely with other software engineers, program managers, user researchers, and data scientists… Experteer

15 days ago


Microsoft Redmond, WA

Intelligence Platform Program Manager in MS Operations. Excellent BI is… Experteer

15 days ago

Sr IT Service Eng

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Information Security and Risk Management is looking for a seasoned and dynamic security program manager to join our… Experteer

15 days ago

Director Business Programs FDOPS

Microsoft Redmond, WA

M&O Field Operations is looking for a highly capable individual who can leadand orchestrate s… Experteer

2 days ago

Dir Risk Management – new

Microsoft Redmond, WA

ouncil Internal Audit Privacy Managers Business Continuity Management Council Operations Enterprise Risk Pillar Management and Focals… Experteer

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