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Are you interested in building products used by hundreds of millions of people? Do you have direct experience working with assistive technology (ie screen readers)? Facebook is seeking an experienced User Interface Engineer that is passionate about building accessible user-facing web applications. This role includes the management of technical accessibility processes as well as ownership over internal and external communication of Facebook's accessibility strategies.This position is contractual and is based at our main office in Palo
* 3+ years experience in building web products with assistive technology in mind * BS or MS degree in Computer Science or a related technical field Bonus * Experience building complicated workflows * Relevant experience includes self-started personal projects <http://www.facebook.com/careers/ajax/share_dialog.php?s=20&p%5b%5d=129 800667069208>Share <http://www.facebook.com/careers/careers/apply.php?id=129800667069208>A pply for this position <http://www.facebook.com/careers/careers/department.php?dept=design&req =129800667069208>Permalink to this requisition <http://www.facebook.com/careers/careers/perks.php>Benefits and Perks We've got it good! At our Palo Alto headquarters, we also offer free breakfast, lunch and dinner at our Cafe. Whether you're looking for healthy salads, or hearty world cuisine from Belize, India, etc., or just a couple slices of pizza, Chef Josef and his team of culinary geniuses in Palo Alto make it happen every day. <http://www.facebook.com/careers/careers/life.php>Life at Facebook Innovation is paramount No matter what part of Facebook you join, you'll be building something big and new. You won't simply be finding answers; you'll be framing questions that no one has ever asked before - and identifying unprecedented opportunities. We welcome pioneers. In fact, we insist on them.
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