$150K — $200K *
Azure is the one of the fastest-growing businesses in Microsoft’s history and is the foundation of Microsoft’s mobile-first, cloud-first vision. Azure differentiates itself as the hyper-scale, enterprise-grade cloud that has a true hybrid story, while being the most secure. Customers and analysts recognize Azure’s tremendous momentum which continues month over month.
The Azure Silicon and Electronics Industry team is responsible for driving end-to-end innovation across product, business models, customer, and partner engagement, to make Azure the most compelling cloud solution for developing, launching, and servicing semiconductor and electronics products for both commercial as well as US Government sectors.
Location preference for this role is San Francisco bay area, Redmond, or Washington DC.
As a Principal Product Manager, you will define and drive initiatives to accelerate, secure, and optimize the silicon manufacturing process, leveraging Cloud and AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning). You will work across the company, the semiconductor industry, and the US Government microelectronics ecosystem to build secure semiconductor manufacturing supply chain. You will utilize your industry subject matter expertise in product development and product leadership, to navigate through the entire program lifecycle, defining the product vision, gathering, and prioritizing requirements, and building consensus across all the external and internal stakeholders including engineering team, product managers, product marketing as well as finance and legal as applicable, which identifying risks and overcoming obstacles along the way.
This opportunity is well-suited for a seasoned Technical Product Manager who loves solving complex technical and business problems and working collaboratively across a global organization. This position will require an in-depth and hands-on approach to problem solving. You should also be comfortable interacting with senior executives across the program partners articulating status, dependencies and navigating discussions towards impactful decisions.
Valid through: 11/4/2021