Microsoft hires in Ukraine

Options are Good. In life. And in your career.

What fuels your passion? Whether you are just about to receive your diploma from University or have been in the industry for years, we know deciding where to start your career or how to move to the next opportunity can be as nerve-wracking as it is exciting. Maybe you don’t know exactly what you want to do. The good thing is, at Microsoft, you have lots of options. Nowhere else will you have such a variety of products and technologies to get behind—or so many career paths to choose from. You’ll learn from people who have been in the industry for over 30 years. And most of all, you’ll have the resources to reach people all over the world with your work. It’s about taking your career as far as you want it to go—in any direction you choose.

“The variety of products that Microsoft develops greatly influenced my decision to work here. As my career develops I can follow my passion to apply myself to different technologies without having to leave the company.”

  • David, Software Design Engineer in Test, Live Meeting

Core Technical

Take the Leap, It’s Cool Inside As a Microsoft employee in a full-time technical position, you’ll dive head first into meaningful work. The kind that inspires you. This is the kind of place where your goals are limited only by your imagination and motivation. What’s more, you’ll be backed by a multi-billion dollar company at the top of its game. It’s in your blood to innovate, so join others who share your passion, your talent, and your limitless energy.

“You will find no other company with the sheer breadth of technologies, from Windows kernel, to Office applications, to servers, to Live Web services, to Xbox, to games, to business solutions, to hardware. The things you get to see and learn from other people are amazing.”

  • John, Software Development Lead, Windows Server Performance

Start Here Not sure what full-time position at Microsoft fits you best? Have a look at the Product Development Process to get an idea where your contributions could make the most difference.

Software Design Engineer (SDE)

**Work at the Core of Every Product We Build ** This is where the fun begins for code gurus like you. As a hands-on Software Design Engineer, you’ll make decisions about design and feature implementation, using your mastery of technical tools to make a product vision a reality. If you like to write code and design efficient data structures and algorithms to develop next-generation applications or operating systems, this is the position for you. As an SDE, you’ll bring products to life by working with Program Managers to ensure strong design and Software Design Engineers in Test to ensure quality through testing. Ultimately for the SDE, it’s your code that turns concepts into new technologies and services.


Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET)

**Discover Life on the Last Line of Defense ** As a Software Design Engineer in Test (SDET), you’ll own it, break it, fix it, and own it again. You’ll ensure a product’s quality by making sure it performs as users expect it to. Part of the fun is how creative you can be devising ways to manipulate, crush, and sabotage software into submission—while creating innovative testing technologies along the way.

Ultimately, as an SDET it’s your input that can make the difference between joy and frustration for the customers. Since you’re keen on how things work, and making them work better, you’ll work hand in hand with the Program Managers and Software Design Engineers to design, develop, and maintain automation systems for use in development and testing cycles. Using the tools you create, you’ll pour over source code for trouble spots, debugging and isolating problems, and executing creative tests to find new bugs while regression testing recent fixes.


Whatever position you choose, you’ll make a real impact in the dynamic world of product development at Microsoft. Microsoft has an ongoing need for exceptional university students and recent graduates from around the world to help us build the next generation of software products. All positions are in the United States at our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington.

Send Us Your CV

Our recruiting team travels to your region regularly to meet bright and enthusiastic people like you, and we look forward to receiving your CV. And, by the way, we have many positions available, so if there is someone else you think we should know about, please share this information with them.

All positions are at our corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, in the United States. We do require functional level English language skills, written and spoken. If we invite you to an interview somewhere in your region, we will cover any travel expenses you may have.

C.V. Instructions

Submitting a C.V. is the only way to get to the next stage of consideration, the interview. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are updating your C.V. to send to us:

Send it off to:

A recruiter will review it, and if interested will set up a phone interview as a first step!

NOTE: All non-U.S. residents will require a U.S. work visa (H1B). If you receive an offer from Microsoft, we will cover all costs for visa processing and approval.

Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer and supports workforce diversity.

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