After a prolonged battle with the Indian government over new IT rules, Twitter has finally taken steps to comply with the government's order. Twitter has posted job openings on Linkedin for the position of chief compliance officer, nodal officer and grievance officer. As per the government new order, the tech companies including WhatsApp, Facebook, Google and others were required to appoint chief compliance officer, nodal officer and grievance officer from India.
The job posting on Linkedin reveals that Twitter is actively looking for the chief compliance officer, nodal officer and grievance officer. Anybody with the right skillset and experience can apply for the above-mentioned positions.
Twitter has posted a job opening for a Resident Grievance officer. The position is based in Delhi. In the job description, Twitter says that the person will be responsible for overseeing the grievance redressal mechanism of complaints from the people who Twitter in India. "This role is part of the legal team within Twitter Inc. and will report to the company's headquarters located in San Francisco, CA. You will collaborate closely with colleagues from allied teams (including Legal and Trust & Safety), providing your own subject-matter expertise, and seeking the expertise of others when needed. You must therefore be comfortable collaborating with colleagues from a wide variety of teams and backgrounds, and managing internal and external stakeholders effectively, all while advocating vigorously for Twitter and our users in India. This position is ideal for a seasoned professional with prior experience interfacing with the public or government officials on issues of national importance," the description. The appliance should have relevant qualifications and work experience of a minimum of six years.
Similarly, the nodal officer will be responsible for coordination with the law enforcement and government agencies in India to oversee the process of responding to reports, orders, and complaints. The applicant should be a resident of India and have a minimum work experience of six years.
Twitter is also looking for a Chief Compliance Officer with a minimum work experience of 15 years. The person concerned will be a part of the Legal team within Twitter Inc and will report to the company's headquarters in San Francisco. For a detailed understanding of all the positions offered, you need to visit the official LinkedIn page of Twitter.
The micro-blogging site had recently reached out to the Indian government requesting more time to comply with the new IT Rules that went into effect last month. This was after the government gave one last chance to Twitter to comply with the new rules.
In a statement to India Today Tech, a Twitter spokesperson said, "Twitter has been and remains deeply committed to India, and serving the vital public conversation taking place on the service. We have assured the Government of India that Twitter is making every effort to comply with the new Guidelines, and an overview of our progress has been duly shared. We will continue our constructive dialogue with the Indian Government."
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