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  • Blog Post: CSS:Talent Watch!

    Not everyone has the opportunity to win an ACC Title or play pro-football straight out of college. Then too, not everyone has the opportunity to work with a multinational, internationally recognized, Forbes 50 company before the ink their new BA degree dries. What to do when faced with BOTH choices...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Natalia Efimtseva, from Microsoft Russia

    We are very excited today to bring you this profile from Natalia, a PTC with Microsoft Russia (find out below what it means to be a PTC!) We learn about what it's like working at Microsoft Russia, what kinds of experiences Natalia has had in her career, what it's like working in Global Partner Services...
  • Blog Post: Meet Shawn Aebi, General Manager in CTS

    Our colleague had the chance to interview Shawn Aebi, General Manager with our CTS group. We're lucky enough to publish his interview here for you! What is your current role and in which division is that in? My current role is the General Manager in CSS for the Microsoft Commercial Technical...
  • Blog Post: CSS's Jenny Lay-Flurrie talks to JobsBlog

    CSS Senior Director Jenny Lay-Flurrie was recently profiled for the Microsoft JobsBlog . While I'm sure many of you watch the JobsBlog as regularly as this one, I wanted to be sure to highlight this profile here too. Be sure to check out the full interview at the original post ! By any standard, Jenny...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Steve Thomas

    We have another CTS profile for you today - meet Steve Thomas, Sr. Support Escalation Engineer! What is your Microsoft anniversary date? I started as an FTE on May 15th, 2006. Before that I worked for Microsoft as a contractor. What office/campus do you work at? I work in the Las Colinas...
  • Blog Post: Meet J.C. Hornbeck!

    Today we have the pleasure of profiling for you another member of our CTS community – J.C. Hornbeck, a Knowledge Engineer with System Center Support. Read below to find out more about J.C.'s role and how you can learn to follow in his footsteps! Name: J.C. Hornbeck Title: Knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Richard Pesenko

    Today we're happy to bring you this profile of CTS SR. Support Escalation Engineer, Rich Pesenko. You can read more from Rich on the posts he's written for Operations Manager ( here and here ) and Mobile Device Manager here . Editor's note: When this post originally published on April 20, we misspelled...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Claudio Costagliola di Fiore, Senior Project Manager

    What is your current title and how long have you been at Microsoft? I have joined Microsoft a bit more than a year ago, coming from 10+ experience working in a Project Management/Consulting capability working first for Accenture and Oracle afterwards, since joining I had the privilege and also...
  • Blog Post: Meet Jeff Hensian, Sr Director of Mobile Support

    Thanks to @HeatherMcGough for bringing us this profile! Although, he has been busy travelling to our Mobile partners and also pulling out his ski gear as he is anxious to hit the Northwest mountains with his family – I was lucky to catch up with Jeff Hensien , Sr Director of Mobile...
  • Blog Post: Meet Tyrone & Sully from E&D Support!

    We are happy to introduce you to two more members of the E&D Support team! First up, meet Tyrone – a Forecast Analyst. After learning more about Tyrone, continue reading to learn about Sully – a Partner Technical Lead. Thank you to our guest blogger, @HeatherMcgough ! Tyrone Palmer...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Ron Stock, CTS Escalation Engineer

    Earlier I mentioned we’d be profiling some of our Escalation Engineers in Commercial Technical Support (CTS). This week we’re featuring Ron Stock of our Las Colinas, Texas campus. Ron is one of our outstanding Engineers who focuses primarily on the Windows product, but in addition to that...
  • Blog Post: Let us introduce you to a couple CTS Engineers

    (from Abby) The Escalation Engineers in CTS work on some of the most critical and high impact problems for our strategic corporate customers. Do you have what it takes to join the ranks? In the upcoming weeks will be profiling some of these outstanding engineers who feel that their jobs simply...
  • Blog Post: Profile: Toby Richards, GM Community & Online Support

    (It looks like the original post for this was lost to the internet. So here we bring it back!) We’ve talked before about why we run this blog, our Twitter account, Facebook fan page, and myriad of other social networking haunts. What you may not know is that Staffing isn’t the only industry...
  • Blog Post: 35 Under 35

    Last summer I found out that CSS's own Jennifer Narum was a proud member of the inaugural class for the United Way's new "35 Under 35" program. We were able to connect recently and I asked her about her experience with the program as well as her experience at Microsoft. While this year's nominations...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft GIVE Campaign: LittleDrops Orphanage Fund

    Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been able to showcase stories from last month’s GIVE campaign. Here’s another one which takes a look at the organization LittleDrops and one Microsoft employee who got it going… LittleDrops raises funds for orphans, education By LINDSAY LARIN Bellevue Reporter...
  • Blog Post: Thank You to the Charlotte Business Journal!

    Last week Microsoft's Charlotte campus was honored to be named the Best Place to Work for large companies in the Charlotte area, by the Charlotte Business Journal. A survey went out to Charlotte Microsoft employees last spring to gauge workplace environment. Employees responded enthusiastically enough...
  • Blog Post: Employee Profile - Simas Petrikis, PQO Development Lead

    I had the pleasure of speaking with Simas a few weeks ago about his career, his role here, and his experience with Microsoft as a candidate and employee. It was fun speaking with him and I found his story to be really interesting. I hope you do too! 1. What is your Microsoft Anniversary date? ...
  • Blog Post: Kip Gumenberg: "Premier Field Engineering - Quite Possibly the Best Job at Microsoft"

    So we've mentioned a few times in our various corners of the internet that we are hiring. Some of those positions are for Premier Field Engineers (PFE). The links to the job descriptions are below for your easy access and if you are interested or know someone who is, or know someone who knows someone...
  • Blog Post: Meet Levay Penny - Staffing Consultant Charlotte, NC

    What is your Microsoft Anniversary date? August 2005 What office do you work out of? Charlotte, NC as well as Home Office What is your current role? Staffing Consultant What are you working on? Currently LeVay is currently doing a “stretch” assignment and working on the SMSG WIT (Women...
  • Blog Post: Meet Bonnie Wu - Support Engineer, Platform Group - (Shanghai, China)

    Name: Bonnie Wu Title: Support Engineer, Platform Group, Commercial Technical Support Age : 20’s Located: Shanghai, PRC Award: Bonnie was nominated for a MACH (Microsoft Academy of College Hires) Peer Excellent Award Profile: Bonnie is a MACH hire who joined Microsoft APGC (Asia Pacific...
  • Blog Post: Meet Marian Verzosa - Senior Support Engineer/ Partner Technical Lead (Sydney, Australia)

    Name: Marian Verzosa Title: Senior Support Engineer/ Partner Technical Lead – Microsoft Dynamics GP Age: 28 in years but 18 at heart Location: Sydney, Australia Profile: Marian Verzosa joined Microsoft in November 2005 with a degree in Business Administration. What is she doing in literally...
  • Blog Post: Meet - Abigail Barber from Fargo, North Dakota

    What is your Microsoft Anniversary date? November 12, 2007 What office do you work out of? Fargo Horizon Office Building What is your current role? Staffing Consultant What are you working on? Right now Abigail is working with the MACH Team – Microsoft Academy of College Hires. She...
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