Facebook’s Privacy Program Management team is looking for a Privacy Program Manager to lead cross-functional privacy reviews for consumer products. In this role, you’ll work closely with product managers to learn about new products, and partner with legal, public policy, product marketing, security, and other teams across the company to identify potential privacy challenges and drive towards consensus-based solutions.A successful candidate will have a substantive experience working on privacy issues in the technology or consumer product space, as well as strong interpersonal and project-management skills.
Manage Facebook’s cross-functional privacy review process for new products and features
Facilitate discussion and coordination among product managers and privacy stakeholders across the company (including members of the legal, public policy, product marketing, security, and communications teams)
Work with product managers and other privacy stakeholders to develop and drive consensus around creative solutions to privacy-by-design challenges
Track and document new product proposals, status updates, and key decisions
Communicate privacy decisions to the broader cross-functional team, and ensure that those decisions are properly implemented
Relationship building and collaboration within cross-functional teams
Communicating to different types of audiences both internally and externally
Experience in online privacy or related field
Experience managing projects
Experience with organizing, coordinating, multi-tasking, and process-improvements in a program
Experience on privacy or technology law, policy, programs, or other related field
Experience working with or in support of diverse communities
Bachelor Degree in Business, Marketing, Public Policy, Political Science, Computer Science or related field
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