Meta Technical Sourcer Interview Questions

Updated Jan 17, 2022

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Anonymous Employee

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I interviewed at Meta


3 stages of interview process, all organised extremely efficiently and with good prep. Interviewers were all friendly and the conversations were good! Mainly questions around prior experience, motivations, sourcing techniques etc The process does require a decent amount of prep

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  • Tell me about how you would source a candidate in an area you have not sourced before
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA

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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Meta (Seattle, WA) in Jan 2022


A Sourcer R4R reached out to me regarding the role. First 30 mins call with the Sourcer R4R. The call was based on basic questions related to current role, resume etc. Moving forward to the virtual onsite which consisted of 3 rounds of 30 mins each

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  • Questions were based on Candidate Engagement Initiative and Collaboration If you are smart enough, please do not waste your time in interviewing for them. The recruiters themselves reach out to you & in the beginning everything looks good & merry, but they show their true colors post the onsite. During the prep call, they atleast tell you 5-6 times to be "transparent" with them in terms of interviewing with other companies or any other competing offers, however when it comes to them showing "transparency" they fail at it misreably. Post my onsite, the recruiter has told me that they will have the feedback within 1 week, but I should reach out to them if I get any offer in the meanwhile. As I was actively interviewing with other companies, I did get a competing FTE offer with another company & emailed the sourcer & the recruiter letting me know that I have an offer & it would be great if they can give me any feedback irrespective of it being positive or negative. I kept emailing them for past 2-3 days , and there was absolutely "NO RESPONSE". Ironically, Meta has a "Candidate Engagement" section as a part of their interview process & the kind of candidate experience they demonstrate is just TERRIBLE!!! They have this idea that if a candidate is interviewing for them, the candidate is begging to get that job
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Took a paycut going into Meta - $305k TC to $270k. Also had an AP offer for $370k. Decided to go with Meta as I wanted to scratch the industry/FAANG itch. Ive really struggled because the role hasn’t panned out as expected, and the only benefit has been WLB. Should i go back out into market? Only been 6 months at the new role