This person will work with engineering to plan the next generation of archiving and compliance capabilities in Office 365 and Exchange Server, and tell that story to the world. I’m looking for someone with technical chops, spokesperson skills, and business acumen.
More information below and here. If you are interested or have someone to refer, let me know.
The role is Redmond-based and is open to internal and external candidates.
For questions contact Jon Orton.
|Standard job title: Product Marketing Manager||
|Job posting title: Senior Product Marketing Manager||Level: 63|
|Profession: Marketing||Group contact: ABRANCH|
|Discipline: Product Marketing||Manager alias: JONORTON|
|Location: United States, WA, Redmond||Job status: Available|
|Job ID: 837616||Date posted: 28-May-2013|
| We’re looking for an exceptional technical product manager to join the Exchange team and drive marketing efforts for the compliance capabilities of Exchange Server and Office 365. The scope of this role includes management of eDiscovery, archiving, retention policies, and other features that make up the core of Exchange’s premium SKUs. A key responsibility of this role is to drive awareness and acceptance of Microsoft’s In-Place archiving strategy in partnership with the SharePoint team.
As a technical product manager, you will serve as critical go-between for marketing and engineering during planning, development, and go-to-market phases of the product lifecycle. You will represent the customer to the engineering team and help to ensure that the value proposition for Exchange represents what our customers want and need. You must be persuasive with engineers, executives, partners and customers as you articulate complex business and technical positions.
Your responsibilities will include the following:
-Work closely with engineering to identify key customer scenarios, determine product value and prioritize areas of investment
-A strong technical background and the interest and inclination to learn