Career Networking Event in Redmond, WA


Remember when I blogged about what awesome looks like on a resume? Well our invitational event with the hiring group that inspired the post is coming up. Whee! The event is on-campus, so we are looking for folks in the local area. If you are outside the greater Seattle area, don’t fret…I’ll still share your resume with the hiring team. But we won’t be flying  people in for this particular event. I look forward to seeing  your resume if you are interested in joining us. Here’s the announcement:


 


In early August, Microsoft’s Information Worker Business Marketing Organization (BMO) will be hosting an invitational career networking event on our Redmond, WA campus. We are seeking talented marketers for multiple open positions in this organization, focused on marketing our products to the information worker audience. Specific products include Microsoft Office and Unified Communications solutions like Live Meeting.


 


A wide range of opportunities exist for both experienced and aspiring technology marketers, including:


 


-Public Sector Community Marketing Manager


-Product Marketing Manager


-Partner Marketing Manager


-Partner Strategy Manager


-Partner Liaison


-Field Engagement Marketing/Community Manager


-Field Go-to-Market Manager


 


Whether you are an experienced technology/audience marketer or a professional that has achieved success in another field, we are very interested in hearing from you. Because space is limited, we ask that upon submitting a resume, you highlight specific areas of proven personal excellence (in educational, professional or personal endeavors). We are looking for high-potential, enthusiastic team-players to add to our high performing team.


 


To submit a resume for consideration, please e-mail it to Heather Hamilton, at Heather.Hamilton@microsoft.com. We will respond to every e-mail and will provide details on how to participate in our event if we feel there is a potential match for your background.


 

Comments (8)

  1. Samy says:

    I am looking for a Staffing contact in Sweden as I have Channel Marketing skills that could well benefit Microsoft.

    Any advice ?

    Samy

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Best way to get in touch with our subsidiary offices is via the international page on our careers site. Those of us in Redmond are focused on US based positions or international tech positions. The subsidiary HR offices operate independently. I hear they are pretty through about checking to see who has applied online.

    Hope that helps.

  3. Robert A Hatfield says:

    I am trying to locate an MS recuiter who specializes in marketing.  My expertise is in Market/Competitive Intelligence with the past seven years spent at IBM.

  4. HeatherLeigh says:

    Robert-you’ve reached one. Feel free to send your resume to me!

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  6. Robert A. Hatfield says:

    HeartherLeigh

    What’s your email address so I can send you my resume. Thanks!

  7. Eze says:

    Hi Heather,

    I am an avid reader of your blog and I wanted to ask you for your honest opinion about what career path to apply for within Microsoft.

    I am about to graduate from college in Houston and I am very interested in a marketing position – specifically the Associate Product Manager – in Microsoft. I have spoken to a Microsoft MBA recruiter who suggested I apply for the MLR program.

      I have about  two years of sales experience and I wanted to ask you if I would have a better chance if I applied to the MACH – as an Inside Sales Rep or Account Manager though my primary passion is marketing.

    I know you do not hire entry-level positions but I wanted to seek your insight. Also, considering Microsoft has select locations for college recruiting, where does that leave us that do not reside in those states?

    Thanks in advance!