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“How have I already spent three years with the Facebook company? My role as a solutions engineer calls for a mix of business, engineering, and consulting skills, and the time has flown by. I feel like I’m constantly evolving with my role. It’s important for solutions engineers to think outside of the box to figure out what our clients actually want. Henry Ford said if he had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses — but cars were actually the better solution. Just like this example, we have to think steps ahead of our clients. We determine the technical problems they’re facing and relay strategic feedback to improve the processes on our side. All of us come from software engineering backgrounds and also write the code. We’re in a unique position where we bridge the gap between our clients' and our product teams' roadmaps." –Flora A. Solutions Engineer, London
“There's a lot that makes you feel valued as a sourcer at Facebook, we have a dedicated team of engineers that build world class recruiting tools to make our life easier. Sourcers at Facebook are experts in their own area, people rely on me to have the expertise when it comes to techniques, strategies, knowledge of different markets, ability to drive discussions with different stakeholders and ideally have the data to prove my point. Hiring managers and teams we work with see us as equal, collaborative partners in the recruitment process. Because there's a great deal of trust in what we do, we have a lot of independence and opportunity to develop in a direction we're interested in, whether it is partnering up with recruiting tools team, data, branding, diversity, events or innovating our processes.” —Ondrej P., Sourcer Join us: https://fb.careers/precruiting #FacebookLife #ByteSizeBios #JoinUs #Hiring #BuildCommunity
From growing up in a small village of thousands to leading the Facebook team in India, Ajit Mohan’s career has been defined by growth and opportunity. In this interview, Ajit talks about his journey and leadership philosophy, and offers advice for future leaders. Read his story and discover opportunities at Facebook India. #Facebooklife #JoinUs
Looking to work in a dynamic environment that gives you the opportunity to flex your engineering skills and work on products that are poised to transform the future of human perception? Learn about what it’s like to work on Facebook’s AR and VR technology in Facebook Zurich from Site Lead, Rasmus D.
What does it take to make the Facebook company’s apps and services operate worldwide? From engineering to data analysis to program and vendor management, our Global Operations teams help keep the people we serve safe, all over the world. See all opportunities to build here at www.fb.careers/globalops #FacebookLife #JoinUs
In offices around the globe, people on the Facebook company’s legal team tackle some of the most important issues facing the technology industry today. Learn more about the team and how they are setting legal precedent as they work through entirely new challenges in different parts of the world to help bring the world closer together. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM29Y
“Prior to Facebook, my career took me through four acquisitions and one bankruptcy. I viewed all of those changes as an opportunity to learn. Each had its own set of challenges, and I lived in five countries as a result. Now that I’m at Facebook London, I love to explore and learn about this amazing city—the culture inside Facebook and outside the door is so special. I’m also a huge fan of board games and own a couple hundred. When I’m not at work, you can find me with friends and family, playing everything from Feast for Odin to Innovation. When I retire, I really want to make a board game. I know it’ll be difficult but there’s nothing better than a good challenge. More importantly, I plan to focus my energy on doing something to help underprivileged people in my local community, to pay forward what I’ve been so fortunate to experience in my life.” —Allan M., Engineering Director Learn more about Allan and Facebook London here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM25M