A day in the life: Premier Field Engineer

Have you ever wondered what “A Day in the Life” looks like for some of our roles here in Microsoft Services?

Join me on this series as we discover just what these people do!

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Premier Field Engineer Role Details

Proactive Support

Long term highly scoped engagements with onsite and remote customers. Key offerings: Workshops, Health Checks, Risk Assessment Programs, Supportability Re- views and Chalk & Talk.

Reactive Support

Short term deployments to customer sites across the globe for critical situations. Provide excellent trouble-shooting skills while managing the customer during an extremely difficult time.

Representing Microsoft

Provide technical leaderships for Premier customers around the world to promote health in their IT environments through onsite, remote and dedicated support services.

Technical Specialist

Highly skilled engineers with deep technical expertise in a given technology with proven troubleshooting experience.


Effective working relationships with Microsoft Product Groups, Microsoft Partners and Microsoft Sales.

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