SharePoint Product Manager Position


Joel recently announced on his blog that he’s leaving Microsoft to pursue other opportunities. Joel has done a terrific job evangelizing SharePoint technology and really focusing on the IT Professional audience! His commitment to customers and partners has been outstanding. His contribution to the community has been great with his blogging. I hope to see him continue contributing to the SharePoint greater community. We are sad to see him go but wish him the best of luck for opportunities to come!


As the SharePoint business and customer base continue to grow, we’re growing our team as well! We’re looking to hire a couple super strong product managers for SharePoint technology. If you, a colleague or a friend is interested, please take a look at the job description and submit your resume here. Take a look at the job description for details on what we’re looking for – and the most frequently asked question – Yes. Moving to Redmond is a must. 🙂 If your background matches the job description, one of our recruiters will get in touch with you!


We have a very strong and passionate team. We have a varied set of experiences, personalities and backgrounds. We have folks from all corners of the world – literally! And if product management isn’t for you, there are a number of other SharePoint related roles at the company that I encourage you to take a look at.


Comments (2)

  1. Tejal says:

    Arpan-

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    My friend, Kunal, who is now working for the Department of Defense in DC (as a computer scientist) recently launched a web based program geared towards assisting entrepreneurs in streamlining their business processes. His goal is to make it simple for small business owners to efficiently run their business with little overhead.  

    Check out the websites below:  

    http://www.vOfficeware.com

    http://www.voInvoice.com

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    Kunal is twenty four years old and has an MS in computer science from the George Washington University, which is one of the 7 National Security Agency selected "centers of excellence" for security research.  He has a graduate certificate in network defense / counter terrorism.  Long story short – He’s an intelligent kid, with plenty of knowledge. He has created a real deal secure site that can potentially put a spark into small business start up.  

    His website has been generating a lot of buzz within the Small Business Association in Washington DC.  So much so that they are actually utilizing it internally and are giving him the opportunity to set up an informational booth and speak to an audience alongside Microsoft and Google at their annual business conference in Chicago this September!  

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    Best Wishes,

    Tejal