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IT Program Manager, Senior

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The Microsoft IT Threat Intelligence Program is responsible for bringing data together from a wide variety of internal and external data sources in a…

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Program Manager, Senior

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

We are looking for a Senior Program Manager who is passionate about distributed systems and making it accessible to different user communitys incl…

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Sr Manager Incentives Analyst

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The ideal candidate excels at framing problems, obtaining insights from disparate sources, and prioritizing competing deliverables/projects. The…

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IT/Operations Program Manager II

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

This growing team is seeking a technical data analyst, but also business-minded, self-motivated senior program manager with exceptional reporting…

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    Great company with plenty of opportunities

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    Current Employee - Software Development Engineer II  in  Bellevue, WA
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    I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than 5 years


    Vast number of projects to work on in multiple countries. Pay is consistently in the top 75% percentile. Flexible work hours. For engineers, there's a vast number of levels to grow, which is far different than competitors like Amazon. IC's can potentially earn as much as a VP with the number of levels for growth. Overall, this is a great company for career growth. Pay is 100% performance based now, and favors collaboration over politics. Stack ranking is dead!


    Aren't going to get the free perks like you see in competitors in silicon valley, but who really cares. You will most likely make more money at Microsoft and that's more important. Still growth favors type A people. If you aren't one that guides and leads the design and has major influence, your growth and performance awards will be much slower.

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    Go flat org. Get rid of testers and go combined engineering role for 90% of product line. Keep the path and listen to customers. Listen to customers. Listen to customers!!!!

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