Principal Engineering Manager
OneDrive is Microsoft’s solution for cloud file storage - the one place for all your important documents, files and folders, photos, videos and more, across work and life, and on all your devices. SharePoint is Microsoft's solution for managing business and education intranets, data workflows, and critical customer data. As we continue to grow our market share, we are faced with many core infrastructure and scale challenges driving a need to build resilient systems while ensuring no customers are impacted throughout the change management lifecycle. The OneDrive and SharePoint team is looking for a motivated and excellent Principal Software Engineering Manager to be a part of this journey.
We are looking for an Engineering Manager who is passionate about building a great team and who puts people and culture at the forefront, someone who is not afraid to dig into hard engineering problems to improve the core fundamentals of our systems, add critical and exciting new features, revolutionize how our engineers work day-to-day, and try new things like bringing the power of machine learning and statistical analysis at scale to solve these and other problems. You will have an opportunity to work with peers across the company in Office, Azure and Microsoft365. You will guide a team of engineers, mentoring them through this journey and providing technical and architectural leadership as we evolve our scalable, distributed service.
This specific position will manage the Convergence migration and metadata team within the OneDrive and SharePoint org. We have embarked on a multiyear journey merging the consumer backend from OneDrive service to the SharePoint service and we are just getting started here. You and your team will be at the front and center of this effort partnering with several teams within OneDrive/SharePoint and making sure we are able to meet the migration timelines with high quality, reliability, zero impact to the end user scenarios and their data and doing so in a capacity and cogs aware manner. This is a unique role that requires the leader and the team to understand both the OneDrive and SharePoint backends at depth and the ability to straddle them effectively.
- OR equivalent experience.
- 4+ years people management experience.
- 10+ years of professional software design and development experience.
- Prior experience with developing large high-volume services, with service-oriented development and cloud-based systems.
- Demonstrated commitment to the success of others, as a leader in the team you will be expected to mentor and manage less and more experienced developers.
- Strong technical abilities, problem solving, design, rapid prototyping, coding, and debugging skills.
- Good communication skills and a track record of cross-group/cross-discipline collaboration.
- Ability to thrive in an ambiguous environment.
- Team player with a positive attitude.
- Excellent collaboration skills and ability to be adaptable and agile in product development.
- Demonstrated experience as a technical lead or people manager.
- Working with geo distributed teams to achieve joint outcomes is a plus.
Software Engineering M5 - The typical base pay range for this role across the U.S. is USD $133,600 - $256,800 per year. There is a different range applicable to specific work locations, within the San Francisco Bay area and New York City metropolitan area, and the base pay range for this role in those locations is USD $173,200 - $282,200 per year.
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