The Identity division has an exciting Group Software Engineering Manager role leading our Directory Fabric team. Identity is the division that builds and runs the Identity infrastructure for Microsoft – including Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Account. We serve over a billion active users and power Identity experiences at the core of almost every Microsoft product and service. There is a lot of growth opportunity in this space. This is a manager of managers role leading a team of engineers within the Identity division that partners very closely with teams across Microsoft. Your opportunity: You'd be joining a team in a very fast growing space with a huge opportunity to make an impact at massive scale. There is a lot of opportunity for growth in this space. Accountabilities include driving the main data store implementation for the Identity division and bringing the Identity solution to the Edge. This includes ownership of Identity investments into Windows Server, core Azure AD, Microsoft
The role requires: Demonstrated engineering leadership – e.g. proven experience managing complex engineering projects, proven architecture / design skills. Proven experience managing and growing high performing teams. Proven collaboration skills – the role will require deep partnership across the Identity division and with teams across Microsoft. Customer obsession – the role serves internal and external customers. A passion for building diverse and inclusive teams.
15+ years of professional software development experience in either C, C++, Java or C# 5+ years of experience leading software engineering teams Highly valued skills (one or more): Experience building and running High scale cloud services C/C++ development experience IoT or Microsoft Azure Stack experience Background in one or more of - Identity and Security are all strong pluses Ability to meet Microsoft, customer and/or government security screening requirements are required for this role. These requirements include, but are not limited to the following specialized security screenings: Microsoft