AR job opening – Microsoft Windows

Title – Director, Analyst Relations

  • Product: Windows
  • Job Code: 256562
  • Location: WA – Redmond
  • Travel Required:

This is a senior leadership role in our corporate PR team that will be directing and managing Analyst Relations (AR) agenda for the Windows Business Group. This is a role with growth potential that owns the overall AR strategy for Windows in the enterprise and with consumers, managing agency resources, developing and maintaining relationships with senior executives and product/marketing team stakeholders, budget, planning and execution. This is a strategic, high-profile role for Windows Business as we continue to drive our current versions of our software and services as well as preparing the market for future versions of Windows software and services. You will also have the opportunity to work with an incredibly talented, creative, hard working and fun group of people.

Responsibilities include:

• Developing the overall AR plan for Windows in the enterprise and for consumers, including current and future versions of our software and services to drive perception-changing coverage that helps the company achieve its business goals.

• Acting as a strategic communications resource to internal business and sales teams on Continue reading

People on the Move in Analyst Relations – Kent Cook to Microsoft

Kent Cook has joined Microsoft as Director, Corporate Analyst Relations. Formerly Kent was an AR manager with Dell and Intel.

Please join us in congratulating Kent and wishing him great success in his new position.
 

 

 

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Microsoft job opening – Director, Corporate Analyst Relations

Location: Redmond, WA

Apply online at Monster.com

The successful candidate will be responsible for defining and managing the successful delivery of key company-wide initiatives. Responsibilities will include:

  • Driving AR strategy for key corporate initiatives(s)
  • Maximizing Microsoft’s leverage of Continue reading
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