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Instagram is looking for a Public Policy Manager with experience in policy issues related to minors and technology to help us build products in the best interests of people under 18. The ideal candidate will have deep expertise in the best practices in products supporting young people online and have a strong commitment to ensure young people have an age-appropriate and positive experience on Instagram. This person should also be interested in how Instagram’s policy objectives fit within the larger Facebook organization. As a Public Policy Manager focusing on youth, you will work closely with external stakeholders, product managers, engineers, researchers, and cross-functional partners across the company to incorporate policy and privacy considerations into the products and services we're developing at Instagram. You'll serve as a subject matter expert for Facebook's global policy organization on Instagram’s products, and work with our teams to evaluate and respond to policy developments and engage with external experts on youth around the world. The ideal candidate for this role brings experience collaborating with a wide array of audiences and is a creative problem solver who works independently and switches easily between detailed work and high-level strategic thinking. This candidate will be deeply familiar with youth policy and privacy issues, have meaningful experience in collaborating with key stakeholders and representing their perspectives, and be able to use this understanding to help build products that reflect the best practices for age-appropriate online experiences. You should be passionate about the services we provide and the young people and families we serve.
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