Facebook Specialist, Intellectual Property Operations in Menlo Park, California
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We’re the team that’s responsible for managing reports surrounding Facebook’s policies and procedures, complex legal issues and the changing landscape of free speech on the Internet. We are passionate about building trust and giving the most voice to the most people. We are constantly balancing mitigating legal risk with making the world more open and connected while scaling our operations to support Facebook’s 1.8 billion users.
Review and process incoming reports of alleged legal rights infringement
Effectively plan and execute team-wide projects to further our mission and improve user experience while liaising with cross-functional partners to move these initiatives forward
Identify trends and opportunities to develop strategies and implement data driven solutions to improve tools, systems and policies
Work closely with our Legal team and act as the voice of IP Operations to product, sales and engineering as well as other Community Operations teams
Develop skills in a number of different areas of the business including data analysis, tool development (ex: SQL, dashboards, Excel) and subject matter expertise in intellectual property policies
B.A. or B.S. degree
2+ years of experience in end-to-end project management and/or operations
Knowledge of the intersection of legal guidance, policy and free speech on the Internet
Legal or Intellectual Property experience
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