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Facebook is hiring ~ post your resume or attend a coffee hour!

They are having a COFFEE HOUR to learn more about working with them on 10/19.

Please apply by 10/06 if you are interested (in CSO). We have copied the job descriptions below.

Apply in CSO: http://careerservices.colorado.edu/students/CSO.aspx
Call 303-492-4100 with any application questions.

Coffee Hour Location (open to all students):

   Center for Community (C4C), Room N215

*Start Date/Time:

10/19/2011 1:30 PM

*End Date/Time:

   10/19/2011 3:30 PM

Come learn more about Facebook and available opportunities with Facebook. Stop by during our Drop-in Hours in the C4C between 1:30 and 3:30 PM.

Founded in February 2004, Facebook is a social utility that helps people communicate more efficiently with their friends, family and coworkers. The company develops technologies that facilitate the sharing of information through the social graph, the digital mapping of people’s real-world social connections. Anyone can sign up for Facebook and interact with the people they know in a trusted environment.

*User Operations Analyst Job Description :

Description:
Facebook is seeking analysts to join our User Operations team. Analysts are responsible for maintaining user safety, engagement, and site understanding by responding to email inquiries and abuse reports. Additionally, this position is responsible for understanding, analyzing, and communicating patterns in user behavior to the rest of the company. This is a full-time position located in our Austin, Texas office.

Responsibilities:
. Respond to contacts from users regarding a variety of site issues;
. Enforce our Terms of Use by carefully monitoring reports of abuse on the site;
. Analyze user interaction with the product and communicate this analysis to others within the department and company Identify inefficiencies in work flow and suggest solutions;
. Interface effectively with other teams

*Qualifications:

Requirements:
. Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
. Flexibility to take on multiple tasks;
. Extremely reliable, consistent, and hard-working;
. Strong attention to detail and critical thinking skills; B.A., B.S., or higher;
. Deep understanding of Facebook preferred;
. Passion for ensuring a good user experience;
. Fluency in a foreign language a plus

*Application Instructions:

Please answer the following two questions. You should limit your answers to no more than 2 paragraphs. We will be grading your answers on the effectiveness of your written communication.

1. Facebook strives to promote freedom of speech, but there are multiple exceptions to this rule. Provide an example of a piece of content that you think should not be allowed on the site and explain your reasoning.
2. Imagine that a user’s account has been hacked. How could Facebook ensure that we’re corresponding with the account owner, rather than the hacker?

Submit these answers as a “Supporting Document” through CSO.

Please also submit your resume to CSO AND to our external Facebook Careers site:

https://www.facebook.com/careers/university.php

*Risk Management Job Description :

The Risk Management team works with teams across the company to enable new features, help our users stay safe online, and protect our company’s assets. As part of the larger Online Operations organization, we are at the front lines of Facebook and act as the human touch-point with our users. Our primary job is to detect and investigate potential fraud and take action to stop it. Besides reacting to existing incidents, we also like to play offense. We utilize our knowledge and insight to analyze future products to identify fraud vulnerabilities. In both cases, we work with engineering to develop proprietary tools and techniques to locate and neutralize the perpetrators. Successful candidates for this job enjoy finding patterns amidst chaos, solving puzzles, making quick decisions, working collaboratively, admitting when they made a wrong decision, and probably have an organized house . . . or at least know where everything is. This position is located in our Austin, Texas office.

Responsibilities
. Help team achieve revenue goals through prevention of fraud;
. Work with various departments to improve tools and processes for identifying and preventing fraud;
. Assist in fraud investigations including – reviewing accounts and transactions, detecting fraud trends, and summarizing key findings;
. Identify trends to enhance the support and fraud detection process and improve team efficiency;
. Review and take action on reports of fraud from outside partners such as chargebacks from banks;
. Manage, coordinate, and/or support risk / payment projects as needed
. Ability to think in a data driven way and cultivate a data driven team
o Ability to translate/report data tied back to business operations and that clearly “tells the story”
o Knowing when you should conduct an experiment
o Able to think logically and effectively reason out errors
. Skill set (analytical, clear communication, prioritization)
. Continuous improvement (change agent) focus

*Qualifications:

Requirements
. BA/BS degree from a leading academic institution;
. Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
. Ability to work collaboratively;
. Critical thinker;
. Strong attention to detail and ability to multi-task;
. Avid Facebook user;
. Experience with billing, payments, or investigations a plus;
. Experience in a fast-paced start-up like environment a plus

*Application Instructions:

Please answer the following two questions and also apply in CSO (Career Services Online) by October 6th.You should limit your answers to no more than 2 paragraphs. We will be grading your answers on the effectiveness of your written communication.
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