Microsoft Economics is a team of technical and impact driven research economists and data scientists that support various groups across Microsoft. It is led by Microsoft's CVP, Chief Economist (Michael Schwarz) and is part of the AI&R organization. All members work across the company on high-impact projects related, but not limited to: pricing, search auctions, causal inference, machine learning prediction and market design. We are seeking a data science leader to manage a team, provide strategic, technical and financial insights, and collaborate partners across Engineering, Marketing, Sales, Finance and broader AI&R.
High strategic, quantitative, financial, and business acumen
Highly collaborative and teamwork oriented
Able to lead and succeed in ambiguous environment
If you believe you are the right person to lead an exciting team to achieve huge impact and success for the company, apply right away!
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Benefits/perks listed below may vary depending on the nature of your employment with Microsoft and the country where you work.
Business Analysis and Identifying Opportunities: Identify opportunities and conducts business analyses that influence the company-wide product and research agenda.
Influence and Impact: Drive new solutions leveraging group's strengths in company-wide initiatives to create revolutionary features or products and critical technical capabilities to support the product strategy.
Anticipating Market and Technology Changes: Anticipate revolutionary market and technology changes and trends, envisions how these advances will bring about new products and directions in research, and translates this insight into initiatives to advance the state-of-the-art.
Technical Capabilities, Constraints, and Architecture: Understand the capability and constraints of a technology in multiple research areas. Contribute to technical solutions to novel and challenging and diverse technical problems faced by team. Articulate technology and research output's importance to multiple products to guide product and research stakeholders across Microsoft.
Plan and Implementation: Establish his or her team's culture and be accountable for the team or group's performance and morale.
Communication: Align company-wide research efforts to the Microsoft strategy and product group agenda.
Relationships and Collaboration: Leverage his or her collaborative network to improve product group technology adoption through constructive inquiry, engagement, and discussion.
Attract, Develop, and Retain Talent: Build a diverse team with capabilities needed to achieve current and future business objectives. Balance the development of existing employees while bringing in new external and internal talent.
Deliver Results Through Teamwork: Partner and collaborate with other teams on related deliverables, and effectively leverage others in relevant work streams.