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6 days ago

Director - Technical Sales

Microsoft San Francisco, CA

The Director - Dynamics Technical Pre-Sales manages a high-performing team of senior Dynamics Pre-Sales resources including Technical Specialists… Ivy Exec

28 days ago

Director Solution Sales Dynamics

Microsoft San Francisco, CA

include exceeding Dynamics quota attainment across ERP/CRM categories and SMSP/EPG segments, driving the forecasting ROB established for the… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Partner Business Evangelist

Microsoft San Francisco, CA

The DX teamis looking for a Business Evangelist who demonstrates 50% business development and salesexperience backed with 50% t… Experteer

23 days ago

SR Applied Scientist

Microsoft San Francisco, CA

The Experience Design (XD) teamwithin Microsofts Digital Life & Work group is the face of the new Microsoft: more open-minded than before; more wil… Experteer

27 days ago

Senior Software Development Engineer

Microsoft San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a strong Technical Evangelist / Software Developer with public cloud platform experience to join the Technical Evangelism and… Experteer

20 days ago

Sr. Director, Skype Lifecycle Marketing

Microsoft Palo Alto, CA

We need to be great at three things: 1) on-boarding new customers so well that they love us from day one, 2) maintaining a great relationship with… Ivy Exec

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