Facebook is an American online social media and social networking service company who has announced blockchain jobs openings for new positions in its California HQ. The new positions are growth product manager, product manager, data scientist, software engineer, and business operations manager. The LinkedIn account of the company posted the jobs openings.
The company also wants to hire a senior lawyer. A candidate should have experiences in both blockchain technology and payments. He/she has to take responsibilities for drafting and negotiating various contracts of blockchain initiatives.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is a multinational professional services network considered as the top recruiter for the blockchain jobs openings on a recruitment platform called Indeed. It has posted 40 such announcements. Ernst & Young posted 17, Deloitte posted 10, Tech giants IBM & Oracle posted 10 respectively and Accenture posted 11.
The jobs description stated, “You will also advise clients on the various legal risks, business strategies and other issues related to commercial transactions and general operations,” Cointelegraph reported.
The blockchain jobs description stated, “The blockchain team is a startup within Facebook and we’re exploring lots of areas of interest across all facets of blockchain technology. Our ultimate goal is to help billions of people with access to things they don’t have now – that could be things like healthcare, equitable financial services, or new ways to save or share information,” Cointelegraph reported.
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