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Who Wants to Work in the Cloud?

Who Wants to Work in the Cloud?

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Hey folks, as some of you may know I work with the SharePoint Online team at Microsoft.  We're currently looking for some fresh SharePoint savvy engineers to join our team and help design and build the next generation of SharePoint in the cloud services.  If you have the SharePoint chops and interest, we'd love to talk to you.  Here are the openings we're trying to fill right now - look them over and apply online if you find something that interests you.  If you have questions you can talk to our recruiter Jubal at jubali@microsoft.com

Sr. Systems Engineer
http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-Systems-Engineer,-Senior-Job-WA-98052/1074671/

Sr. Systems Engineer
http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-Systems-Engineer,-Senior-Job-WA-98052/1034068/

Systems Engineer
http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-SYSTEMS-ENGINEER-Job-WA-98052/1074657/

Software Development Engineer
http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-Software-Dev-Engineer-Job-WA-98052/1074652/

Systems Engineer
http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-SYSTEMS-ENGINEER-Job-WA-98052/1109210

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  • Hi Steve, I would really love to work with the cloud team, however, I am based out of NJ. Not sure if these positions are for Seattle only? BTW, we had met at the very first SP2010 Ignite in Atlanta. I was one of the first batch members. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Nilesh Mehta (Nilesh.Mehta@ngenioussolutions.com) 201-230-7922

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