Microsoft & HBCU CONNECT Partner On Huge Regional Hiring Event for Black Tech Professionals!
Posted By: Will Moss on January 02, 2020 |
HBCU CONNECT and Microsoft have partnered to offer an amazing opportunity to Black Software Engineering Professionals! On February 13th, Microsoft and HBCU CONNECT will host a special Recruitment and Networking Reception for Black Tech Professionals interested in working for Microsoft.
At the event, participants will learn more about Microsoft and converse with Microsoft recruiters and hiring managers with the unique opportunity for candidates to land next day interviews on the 14th followed by same day job offers!
Event Date: Thursday, February 13th, 2020 – with next day interviews and offers on the 14th
Event Time: 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Event Location: Dallas, Texas – Exact location provided with confirmed registration.
Microsoft has hundreds of openings for software engineers and technical program managers, so whether you are a coder or have progressed into program management with a background in software engineering, you really need to make it to this event! Microsoft offers a great work atmosphere, great pay and benefits, crazy room for advancement, and a progressive work environment.
The team behind the event is Microsoft “COSINE”, which stands for Core Operating System and Intelligent Edge technology. As a part of the Microsoft Cloud + AI division, the COSINE organization delivers technologies and solutions that establish the OS platform foundation across Microsoft’s ever changing product lines.
The COSINE organization within Microsoft would like to hire as many Software Engineers and Technical Program Managers as possible from the HBCU CONNECT hiring event. So, if you have experience developing code in C++, Java, C# or other modern programming languages, or you used to write code but now have years of experience as a program manager, you should register to attend this event.
While most of the opportunities will be at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, WA, Microsoft offers a very competitive salary and relocation package for potential employees. Microsoft also has a thriving community of Black professionals, many of which are part of their long-standing employee resource group “BAM” or Blacks at Microsoft.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Black Software professionals to get their foot in the door at Microsoft.
Space is limited! Submit your resume and contact information using the link below to be considered:
https://hbcuconnect.com/microsoft or Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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