Microsoft Job Post in the States

Microsoft Job Post in the States

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Be available to relocate to our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, U.S.A. or our development center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Microsoft Corporation pays all costs associated with relocation)

Fluency in C/C++/C#

 Ability to speak fluent English

Ability to solve complex problems and write automation systems and device drivers

Ability to learn to author test plans and cases, conduct security and stress tests, and debug at source level after identifying, investigating, and prioritizing bugs

Demonstrated skills in negotiation and conflict management


Whatever position you choose, you’ll make a real impact in the dynamic world of product development at Microsoft. Microsoft has an ongoing need for exceptional university students and recent graduates from around the world to help us build the next generation of software products. All positions are in the United States at our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington.

Send Us Your CV
Our recruiting team travels to your region regularly to meet bright and enthusiastic people like you, and we look forward to receiving your CV. And, by the way, we have many positions available, so if there is someone else you think we should know about, please share this information with them.

All positions are at our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, in the United States. We do require functional level English language skills, written and spoken. If we invite you to an interview somewhere in your region, we will cover any travel expenses you may have.

C.V. Instructions

Submitting a C.V. is the only way to get to the next stage of consideration, the interview. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are updating your C.V. to send to us:

Include your military status if your country mandates it. This will help us know if you are allowed to leave your country to work in the United States

Clearly state your graduation date, degree/major and the university you attended or are attending

Specify your technical skills (including programming languages and other development tools you know well), project details (both within university and at any jobs or internships you have held), and technologies you have used on those projects

Describe your role in the projects that you worked on, and what you personally achieved

Provide an active e-mail address, physical address, and current phone number where we can reach you

Send it off to: by Oct 3rd 2008

A recruiter will review it, and if interested will set up a phone interview as a first step!

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NOTE: All non-U.S. residents will require a U.S. work visa (H1B). If you receive an offer from Microsoft, we will cover all costs for visa processing and approval.

Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer and supports workforce diversity.

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