QualificationsTeam managementPresentation skillsBachelor’s degree
Manager, Metaverse Privacy Strategy Responsibilities:
Partner with product leaders to develop and drive the holistic privacy strategy for the metaverse and its constituent product groups.
Drive cross-RL positioning on privacy sensitive topics particularly relevant to the Metaverse (e.g., identity authentication).
Develop principles and implement frameworks for building privacy and other responsible innovation topics into the product development process.
Drive our cross-functional approach to privacy in new and existing features.
Work with product leadership to identify, escalate, and resolve tension between product objectives and privacy principles.
Help establish and direct long-term goals of product and engineering teams as they relate to privacy.
Build and manage relationships with leaders throughout Reality Labs, and across Meta.
Identify opportunities for organizational growth and drive creative and scalable improvements.
Apply industry expertise to influence privacy considerations in product development.
8+ years experience in technology with an advanced degree or 10+ years experience in the technology sector with a bachelor’s degree.
Experience working in safety, privacy, integrity, policy, and/or ethics.
Experience leading cross-functional projects and interacting with product, engineering, user research, legal, communications, and policy teams.
Experience managing a team of senior ICs, presenting to and counseling organizational leaders at the VP level.
Experience managing technical programs and building consensus among stakeholders.
Advanced degree in public policy, law, business, or ethics.
Experience in AR, VR, social, smart home devices, or related technologies.
Experience producing guidance under deadlines.
Experience influencing technical audiences.
Experience with social technology and gaming.
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