Hardware Development Program Manager- CSI Azure at Microsoft
Hardware Development Program Manager- CSI Azure Details
March 21, 2019, 10:50 a.m.
Infrastructure (CSI) team The Cloud Server
Did you know that Microsoft delivers more than 200 online services to more than one billion individuals worldwide? The Cloud Server Infrastructure (CSI) team defines and develops the hardware that powers these services, and we're looking for passionate, high-energy individuals to come join us! Our focus is on smart growth, high efficiency, and delivering a trusted experience to customers and partners worldwide by working closely with Microsoft product groups, industry partners and researchers to deliver server hardware that drives our cloud services at the lowest possible total cost of ownership (TCO). Learn more about our team and projects here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/ecosystem-momentum-positions-microsoft-s-project-olympus-as-de-facto-open-compute-standard/ We currently seek a Hardware Development Program Manager; in this role you will support the development of the next generation of server hardware and peripherals that will power the Microsoft cloud. For this role, we
Partnering with engineering team members to gather and define design objectives and goals Partnering with sourcing team members to identify, evaluate and select suppliers Guiding the development of electronic or mechanical devices using one of the following development models: Contract Manufacturer (CM), Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) or Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM); we either "own", "jointly develop" or "buy" the solution Forecasting and managing budget allocations for your projects Defining schedules and driving the project to successful completion observing the schedules defined
Minimum BS in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering or similar field (or similar experience) 2 years or greater industry experience managing the development of electromechanical devices, from definition to delivery Direct experience in x86, ARM, or (semi-) custom silicon development Strong ability to work across multiple organizations Familiarity with the key elements of server and data center architecture Ability to take ownership, receiving guidance when appropriate, of assigned projects and be responsible for meeting development commitments Strong communication