Microsoft's Cloud Operations + Innovation ( CO+I ) is the engine that powers our cloud services. As an CO+I Hardware Engineering Project Manager , you will perform a key role in delivering the core infrastructure and foundational technologies for Microsoft's over 200 online businesses including Bing, MSN, Office 365, Xbox Live, Skype, OneDrive and the Microsoft Azure platform. Empower Billions! Our infrastructure is comprised of a large global portfolio of more than 100 data centers and 1 million servers. Our foundation is built upon and managed by a team of subject matter experts working to support services for more than 1 billion customers and 20 million businesses in over 90 countries worldwide. With environmental sustainability and Data Center optimization at the forefront of our Data Center design and operations, we continue to grow and evolve as we meet the ever-changing business demands that hold Microsoft as a world-class Cloud provider. Be at the forefront of the action in CO+I
Work with internal and external partners to define and specify HW solution requirements. Collaborate with partner ODM/OEM (Original Design Manufacturer / Original Equipment Manufacturer) companies to design and test HW solutions Collaborate with internal and external partners to ensure software/security integration and functionality of solutions Collaborate with partners to ensure systems meet significant quality, reliability, and service level requirements for a hyper-scale cloud environment.
Knowledge, experience and skills: BS / MS Electrical Engineering 5+ years of relevant experience in electrical or system level design across all stages of the HW development and release cycles Experience with analog and digital circuit design Experience developing HW component and system level specifications Experience developing HW verification and functional test plans Experience working across disciplines and organizations to resolve complex issues Strong communication skills (verbal and written) Fundamental knowledge of the following HW design principals: Signal Integrity, Power Design, Computer