Privacy is one of the defining issues of our time. As technology becomes more engrained in our lives and our work, people want to understand how and why their data is collected and used, and they want to be able to make appropriate choices. We have longstanding commitments to privacy, and have regularly taken steps to give customers more information and more choice. At the same time, we are always looking for opportunities to do more. Microsoft is looking for a Principal Group Program Manager to define and execute important and impactful work that protects privacy. The primary role is to ideate and deliver key user facing experiences, privacy infrastructure, and tooling. You'll lead a team of Program Managers, and help create a culture of product-led engineering discipline and data driven decision making. The opportunity for impact is large, as the breadth and depth of the role spans all Microsoft products, services, and organisations. The role is based in Redmond. Applicants selected will
Key responsibilities: Product sense : Understand the privacy needs of the company, and our customers, and create product roadmaps to deliver the experiences and processes that protect privacy. Communication : Explain complicated ideas and systems in a straightforward, understandable way. Tailor communications to individuals with various levels of privacy expertise. Influence : Engage with internal teams to promote healthy data protection practices and positive privacy experiences for customers. Leadership : Build and grow the PM capabilities of the team.
To be successful, you will need: 10 years of product development, design, and implementation experience in a product management, program management, or similar role 3 years of PM team leadership / management experience Experience in the technology industry and/or a strong aptitude for understanding complex technologies Proven experience working in an independent manner with minimal oversight The ability to work across international teams and to partner well with people with diverse backgrounds and cultural experiences Experience working with, and deriving insights from, data A degree in Computer