MICROSOFT OFF-CAMPUS RECRUITMENT 2022
This is informed to all the candidates that Microsoft is inviting applications for Technical Support Engineer Positions Those candidates belong to the passing years 2019 2020 2021 2022 apply now for this position. In this Article, You Will See all details that you need to know about this position.
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Role: Technical Support Engineer
Experience: 0-1 Year of experience ( Freshers Can Apply)
Salary: 10 LPA to 12 LPA (Expected)
Qualification: Any Graduation
Batch: 2019 2020 2021 2022
Own, troubleshoot & solve customer technical issues, using collaboration, troubleshooting best practices & transparency within & across teams (e.g. swarming)
Identify cases that require escalation
Create & maintain incident management requests to product group or engineering group
Contribute to case deflection initiatives, automation & other digital self-help assets to improve customer & engineer experience
Provide ramp activities, knowledge sharing, technical coaching & mentoring
Drive technical collaboration & engagement outside of CSS (Product Engineering teams, Services, Support, Regions)
Lead or participate in building communities with peer delivery roles; maybe workload or specialty-specific.
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English Language: fluent in reading, writing, and speaking.
DevOps Systems: Azure DevOps Services, Azure DevOps Server (formerly Team Foundation Server), GitHub Enterprise, Atlassian
Cloud Technologies: Microsoft Azure, Amazon web services, and iCloud
Languages & Compilers: C, C++, C#, VB.NET, JAVA, HTML5
Developer Tools such as Visual Studio, Unity, Eclipse
Excellent problem-solving & troubleshooting skills, with the ability to use various data collection tools & methodologies to analyze problems, determine root causes & develop solutions.
Experience in one or more of these areas is desirable
Deep understanding of application lifecycle & agile development principles including but not limited to:
Boards – work items, backlogs, sprints & queries
Repos – commits, pushes, pulls, & branches
Pipelines – builds, releases & deployment groups
Test – Unit and Load tests, parameters, configurations & runs