Facebook hires and departures: engineering, D.C., mobile, more

Facebook’s Careers page notes that a position in Washington, D.C. was removed this week, as well as some mobile and engineering positions. According to Facebook’s LinkedIn feed, a few engineers and other staff were brought on recently.

New hires per LinkedIn:

  • Dmitry Soshnikov, Software Engineer – former Erlang/JavaScript programmer at Unison Technologies.
  • Divij Rajkumar, Hardware Test Engineer – formerly worked at the electrical engineering co-op at Conspec Controls Inc.
  • Michelle Fang, Fraud Specialist – former student.
  • Michael Ristvedt, Sales Representative – former social media manager at Full Swing Solutions.

Prior listings now removed from the Facebook Careers Page:

  • Legislative Assistant – Washington, D.C.
  • Manager, Network Engineering
  • Site Reliability Operations Lead
  • Engineer, Developer Relations, Mobile
  • Site Reliability Operations Lead
  • CRO Manager
  • Partner Engineer (Singapore)
  • Compensation Consultant
  • Head of Travel, Global Vertical Marketing
  • Creative Strategist – LA
  • Platform Marketing Events Operations Manager
  • Manager, Global Speaker Programming
  • People Services Representative
  • Product Manager, Email
  • Product Manager, Growth/Engagement/Mobile
  • Product Manager, Insights and Measurement
  • Strategic Partner Development, Technology & Communications
  • Data Analyst
  • eCrime Analyst
  • Senior Analyst, Custom Market Insights (Dublin)
  • Engagement Analyst
  • Analyst, Product Analytics
  • Facilities Events Manager
  • Analyst, SMB Growth – German (Dublin)
  • Payroll Specialist
  • Executive Assistant (London)
  • Associate, Ad Operations (Singapore)
  • Client Partner (Amsterdam or Brussels)
  • Account Manager, DSO (India)

Who else is hiring? The Inside Network Job Board presents a survey of current openings at leading companies in the industry.

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