Log in, go to 'My Profile', 'Personal and Professional Details' and click on the relevant tab.
For the position, you could use standard wording like “CEO” or you can put anything you wish, e.g.
I have “Passionate Social Media Leader.” 🙂 If you currently have more than one job, as far as I know, you can only hyperlink one company fan page on your Timeline.
(Oh, how I miss that feature as well as the wee mini-bio box! One of the most significant changes with the new profile design is the personal info at the top of your profile, right under your name.
This section contains your job title, place of work, where you live, your birthday, education, hometown, languages, college/high school and a few other pertinent fields.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you prefer not to share any of these areas, just leave those fields blank when you edit your profile information.
As you can see in the screenshot below, I choose to only show my title, employer, city of residence and birthday.Write short descriptions about your education, competencies, achievements and professional experience.Make sure you have the details on dates, job titles, supervisors, work accomplishments, and certifications, learning, professional recognition, and other value-added elements of your work history that make you stand out.Go to your Facebook profile now and mouseover your Employer field – you’ll see it’s not linked to your fan page!When Facebook changed your profile to the new design, it automatically hyperlinked your EMPLOYER field to an auto-generated COMMUNITY PAGE! It’s an auto-generated wiki style of page that, in some ways, “competes” with your official fan page…When you access your account and perform transactions on the Discover site we use 128-bit-Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology-the most widely used method of securing internet transactions available today.