Facebook Careers Posts: Communications, Rutherford Data Center, Mobile, Vietnam and Dublin

As we reported previously, Facebook is set to expand its Dublin, Ireland offices in the next year and this has been reflected in a big way by the postings on its Careers Page. The company has added a significant number of positions in recent weeks advertising positions in its Dublin offices, in addition to several new openings in its Communications office, a Head of Mobile Partnerships position and a Recruiting Coordinator, Facebook Internship Program.

Other positions that appear to have been filled include a Partner Development Manager position in Paris, a South Korea engineering position, the IP Counsel job we had written about previously, the Corporate Immigration Coordinator job and the Manager, Policy and Growth – Contract job in Vietnam. A half dozen positions in online operations and platform/product marketing were also filled in Dublin.

About a dozen jobs were added in Dublin for online operations as fraud and payment analysts; interestingly among these positions there were several advertised for Asian language speakers such as Cantonese, Indonesian, Malay and Mandarin.

A job for Datacenter Manager, Engineering Infrastructure Systems was added for Facebook’s new Forest City, North Carolina Rutherford Data Center. This person will do much of the work to ensure the future engineering infrastructure in the yet-to-be-built building will be completed as needed.

Several positions opened up for Communications and Public Policy over the past few weeks. Corporate Communications added an Associate position, France is seeking a Communications Manager, as is Russia & Eastern Europe — though the position will be based in London. Finally, the Brussels office is seeking a Policy and Privacy Manager, no doubt to help the company handle European governments’ ongoing interest in privacy issues and legislation.

A few new positions opened up in Platform and Product Marketing at Facebook’s Palo Alto, Calif. headquarters: Measurement Researcher and Manager of Partner Insights.

But perhaps most interesting was the add of Head of Mobile Partnerships, which would also seem to be based out of California. This position requires someone to build partnerships in the mobile industry with Facebook and to “support the continued growth and success of our partners and social mobile applications built on Facebook Platform.”

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