Facebook hires: data editor, UX researcher, creative strategist, country manager, more

Facebook removed 34 job listings from its careers page this week, likely after filling roles in the areas of marketing, sales, UX research and others.

Also noteworthy this week, Instagram hired Emily White as director of operations. White was formerly Facebook director of mobile partnerships.

Prior listings removed from Facebook’s careers page:

  • Revenue Forecasting Analyst (Menlo Park)
  • Payroll Manager (Menlo Park)
  • Commercial Counsel – Inbound (Menlo Park)
  • Data Editor (Menlo Park)
  • Product Manager, Growth/Engagement/Mobile (Menlo Park)
  • Product Manager, Platform (Menlo Park)
  • Software Engineer, Security Tools (London – Menlo Park)
  • Associate Quantitative Researcher (Menlo Park)
  • UX Researcher (Seattle)
  • UX Researcher (Menlo Park)
  • Systems Administrator, Security (Menlo Park)
  • Business Strategist, Creative Solutions (Menlo Park)
  • Creative Strategist (Menlo Park)
  • Internet Marketing Manager (Menlo Park)
  • Internet Marketing Analyst (Menlo Park)
  • Head of Global Small Business Marketing Communications (Menlo Park)
  • Head of Operations, Global Marketing Solutions (Hyderabad)
  • Analyst, User Operations, Korean (Dublin)
  • Senior Data Reporting Analyst, User Operations (Dublin)
  • Account Manager, Finance (New York)
  • Account Manager, Mobile (New York)
  • Account Manager, Travel (Menlo Park)
  • Strategic Partner Development – Entertainment/Music (Mexico City – Miami)
  • Media Solutions (Tokyo)
  • Team Lead, Media Solutions (Mumbai)
  • SMB Analyst, Pages (Austin, TX) (Austin)
  • SMB Regional Manager, EMEA (Dublin)
  • Agency Client Partner (London)
  • Country Manager, France (Paris)
  • Account Manager Japan (Tokyo)
  • Client Partner Gaming (Singapore)
  • Client Partner Japan (Tokyo)
  • Client Partner, Entertainment (New York)
  • Manager, Product Analytics (Menlo Park)

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