I am working towards it. Regardless if they did make a decision to hire you will get an offer letter that details out your exact compensation. This can be hard to express in your resume, but you need to be clear and concise on exactly the type of work you have done. You need to sign that letter to accept employment with Microsoft. I am an engineer myself. Taking charge of a situation and making sure the right things are happening many times resolves the issue in a much quicker fashion.
For some reason though as I progressed in my career and my own personal passion for computing I never applied. Although my utilization and scorecard showed different. This might sound odd since this is not a management position, but you need to be able to take charge of a situation. For me, I learned a whole lot through job experiences. Another tip here is that the Platforms interview is generally very Active Directory heavy since this is a high demand area for us.
So we do look for people that have learning potential, but we still look for experience. A year later he fas fired because he kept pushing people out simply to have good numbers. I was part of the Front and Back office speaking with clients assuring them. These tend to be very detailed. Glad to hear the blog was useful. A college graduate is not an engineer.
What you really need is a solid understanding of identity and how it is handled in Office365. If you think maybe we are touching on an area where you might not be as strong as you thought provide us direction on an area you are strong in. Thanks, George George S — A little less of a delay. As I mentioned above people with a strong foundation of technical skills are generally what we are looking for. This post has had no planning.
Thanks, Greg Naveed Our customers expect that when a Microsoft resource comes onsite they expect someone highly technical. In many reactive cases everyone is going in different directions. If you are just out of high school and you have been working somewhere resetting passwords you probably need to continue building your skills. While we look for people who are already technical we are also looking for people who can learn and adapt quickly. We have two facets of Premier Field Engineering.
Al, Sorry for the delay in responding. I would say that is somewhat uncommon, but it is ultimately up to that business on how they want to handle hiring. The only bad thing about making a lot of money, is you tend to build up your lifestyle to then require it, rather than it being a luxury, then afterwards it's very difficult to find another job that pays as well. Benefits are amazing; pay was more than fair; people were great and onsite cafes were acceptable. We have been recognized by Microsoft as their top partner in the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee.
I am well respected among my peers in the building for my technical ability. Great post, thanks for sharing this with the world! I then thought to myself I should be working for Microsoft. We are onsite with customers just about every day and in the transactional role you are working with different people every week. I am a Transactional Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft. We have many positions open especially if you are open to relocation.
Thank you Greg for the blog post. Our team has deep experience in Exchange, Teams, Office 365, Security, Azure, and Active Directory. Is this something normal and again is there some kind of tip or what should i probably expect from this last interview? This role tends to travel less since they have a dedicated set of customers they are working with. I had a second technical interview. Anyway, the first job is always our perfect learning curve in the industry. Thanks and I hope you found this useful. I hope that does not discourage you.