WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned company, is now on a search for experts who can assist the firm monetize the instant messaging application. As per a blog by a firm administrative, WhatsApp is looking for an exceptional person to head the product growth for monetization efforts of WhatsApp.
“If you are a manager who has a sturdy favoritism for action, has an understanding for both businesses and consumers, has established experience in building goods, wish to unlock and understand the prospective of WhatsApp to serve hundreds of thousands of companies, we might be thrilled to hear from you,” the blog read.
“WhatsApp is an established environment where you will be anticipated to work hard and operate collaboratively with designers, engineers, and other cross-functional associates. You will be expecting to push the boundaries of what is promising in a mobile application, while sharing in our strong attention to detail and obsession for quality,” it further added.
The job narrative said that it will be a full-time task based with the WhatsApp group in Menlo Park, California, at Facebook headquarters and the potential employee will report to director of Growth and Monetization of WhatsApp. The company needs an individual who can lead the technical development, ideation, and launch of innovative merchandise features. The individual must force product design to entirely new products from small features.
“Work hands-on with engineers and designers to build and implement new features that meet our principles of quality and simplicity, make the most of efficiency in a continually developing environment,” the blog further read about the responsibilities of the job. The minimum qualification is 10+ years of product design or product management experience, understanding of mobile applications of technical architecture, designing mobile products and user interfaces, and others.
More than 1 Billion individuals use WhatsApp in more than 180 nations to stay in touch with family and friends. It is a free app and the firm does not make fortune out of it. Facebook acquired WhatsApp in early 2014 for $19 Billion.
Well, let us see if the company can get its desired candidate in the future or not.