Facebook Trust & Safety Lead in London, United Kingdom

Intro:

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Summary:

Facebook seeks a highly motivated team player to serve as a law enforcement outreach lead to join our EMEA team. The position will report to the Director of Outreach for EMEA and will be responsible for developing and maintaining strategic relationships with law enforcement authorities, government agencies with an Internet safety and security focus, and related industry coalitions in the United Kingdom and Sub Saharan Africa. The position will also manage tactical responses to events related to the law enforcement community. This is a great opportunity to join a growing team and to work on novel issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment. This position is a full time role located in London and will entail frequent travel in Europe and Africa.

Required Skills:

  1. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with law enforcement and government authorities

  2. Work closely with the legal and public policy teams on engagement with law enforcement authorities on online safety, security and law enforcement issues

  3. Educate law enforcement authorities on our policies for protecting user privacy and responding to legal requests

  4. Work closely with Facebook’s legal and law enforcement response teams and outside counsel in responding to governmental requests for data

  5. Work with investigation teams to develop and refer relevant matters to law enforcement authorities

  6. Work with internal teams and global safety organizations to develop and enhance safety awareness, and manage other safety related issues in the region

  7. Support launches and different initiatives being driven across platforms

  8. Support the Company and its employees during emergencies

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. University degree or equivalent, or 4+ years of law enforcement experience or in a similar role with the industry in lieu of a degree

  2. Significant experience working with UK and international data protection and law enforcement authorities

  3. International law enforcement experience

  4. Experience with United Kingdom law relating to law enforcement requests for data

  5. Experience in processing legal documents (e.g., civil and criminal subpoenas, court orders and search warrants)

  6. Technical knowledge and experience related to cyber crime and online investigations

  7. Ability to travel frequently within Europe and to Africa

  8. Ability to work off hours, including the weekend and occasionally holidays, in order to support emergency matters

  9. Strong public speaking & presentation skills

  10. Fluency in English

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Prosecution or criminal investigation experience

  2. Fluency in languages beyond English

  3. Familiarity and experience with the legal system in other European countries and Africa

  4. Technical knowledge of specific criminal areas such as child safety or human trafficking a plus

Industry: Internet