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Facebook hunts for head of Hong Kong and Taiwan

Facebook hunts for head of Hong Kong and Taiwan

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Facebook is looking to strengthen its foothold over Hong Kong and Taiwan as it looks for an executive leader (head of Hong Kong and Taiwan) for the markets. According to a job post on Facebook’s site, the individual hired will be required to grow the company’s strategic relationships with global/local brands, agencies and partners for Facebook’s family of apps. The role will report into the VP, head of Greater China.

As head, the individual will be responsible for leading the strategy across a functional team including sales, marketing, public policy and communications. They will need to have a deep understanding of the market opportunities and will create an inspiring vision to set objectives and run day to day operations.

The role requires an establishment of strong operational rigour to ensure achievement of key objectives and business growth, and representing of Facebook to form long-term strategic partnerships including with governments, industry bodies, communities, clients and agencies.

The individual will also need to lead and inspire team to achieve great results and create a culture of engagement, inclusion, development and growth for your team and the broader community

The company is looking for those with general management experience and significant divisional leadership, especially managing multiple functions across diverse business areas at scale. They will also need to have the experience in leading large teams of 40 professionals or more, with fluency in English and Chinese.

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