Mission: Our mission is give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.
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Connecting the world takes every one of us.
Working at Facebook means making an impact on billions of people around the world each day. We build new products and services that bring people closer together. We believe that every connection we make takes us one step closer to a better world where ideas and knowledge can be shared freely. Our people-first approach allows us to do things authentically and make things that are meaningful to everyone.
This journey is 1% finished.
Our work at Facebook has only just begun and we’re looking for smart, ambitious people to join us and help us bring the world closer together. Check out our opportunities in areas like engineering, marketing and design at offices around the world. If you think you’re up to the challenge, we’d love to hear from you.
Visit the Facebook Careers Website to learn more and apply today.
Be bold. Move fast.
We’re a culture of builders who are hungry to solve the biggest challenges and do it faster than anyone else. Through relentless focus on the impact of our work, we’re able to push the limits of what’s capable with technology at tremendous scale. From Facebook Messenger, Internet.org, WhatsApp, Oculus to Instagram, as an engineer at Facebook, you’ll have opportunity to ship code daily and work with some of the smartest people in technology. We have engineering offices around the world, from our global headquarters in Menlo Park to New York, London, Seattle, and Tel Aviv.
View Facebook Engineering opportunities.
Build a better world.
Our journey is 1% finished. With 2 billion people connected through Facebook, the opportunity for growth is exponential as more and more people around the world gain access to technology. We believe that Facebook has the potential to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.
View Facebook Marketing opportunities.
Start your career at Facebook.
As a university graduate or intern, you're encouraged to hit the ground running and make an impact on your very first day. Our open culture allows you to find just the right spot where your interests, skills and passion intersect. Working at Facebook gives you a head start doing meaningful work with access to world-class mentors who have some of the brightest minds in the business. If you're a graduate or student and looking to bring the world closer together, the chance to make an impact at Facebook has never been greater.
Internships - Engineering, Business & Design
Because the things you build at Facebook will impact billions of people around the world, our engineering and design interns are encouraged to take ownership of real world projects and be relentless in solving complex challenges. For business or marketing students, we have exciting intern opportunities for you to learn and grow at Facebook. You'll contribute to a team doing meaningful work right away, helping build deeper connections between people and the brands they love. Internships are typically 12 weeks in length and offered at Facebook offices around the world.
University Grads at Facebook
We like to keep it simple at Facebook. Love what you do and do what you love. We have opportunities for grads from business and design to engineering. Explore openings and find your perfect fit on our team.
Learn more about our Intern and University Grad opportunities.
This journey is 1% finished.
At Facebook, we believe that a more open and connected world is a better world. So we’re building our company that very same way – open and connected. We put our people first and encourage everyone to be their authentic selves. That’s when people can do what they do best, share ideas freely, and make an impact on the world.
As we evolve our journey to bring the world closer together, we stay true to the same core values to guide the way we work and the decisions we make every step of the way: Be open, Be bold, Move fast, Focus on impact, and Build social value
Employee Resource Groups at Facebook
We build products to bring the world closer together, and this means we need a team that understands and reflects a broad range of experience, thought, geography, age, background, gender, sexual orientation, language, culture and many other characteristics. To achieve our mission of bringing the world closer together, diversity is a must-have, not an option. One way we support and strengthen diversity at Facebook is through Employee Resource Groups, they are influential networks of people who share similar values of supporting and encouraging diversity.
We are committed to connecting and building a community of women who feel open and connected to each other. We empower women through professional development opportunities and engage with men as equal partners in advancing gender diversity and inclusion. We celebrate the unique contributions of women to Facebook.Black@
We represent and celebrate all things Black@ at Facebook. We promote employee growth and development, as well as support recruitment and community engagement efforts through partnerships. We provide Facebook with a critical perspective on issues facing the Black community.
We are committed to connecting, supporting, and developing Latino and Hispanic employees at Facebook while promoting an inclusive community that fosters an appreciation for our culture. Through employee development, engagement and in support of recruiting, Latin@ serves Facebook's mission to make the world more open and connected.
We serve to connect, celebrate and empower Facebook employees, friends and family who are Differently Abled -- physical, mental or cognitive. We focus on raising awareness, internally and externally, about the issues and opportunities facing the Differently Abled community.
We provide the Facebook community with the opportunity to learn and support Veterans issues and initiatives. We play a critical role in helping Facebook connect and engage with the Veteran community through recruiting, engagement with external organizations and raising awareness about the value we bring to Facebook.
We focus on creating an open culture for all LGBTQ employees at Facebook. From partnering with community organizations, to celebrating in Pride parades around the world, we're committed to making the world more open and connected. We're proud to have earned a 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index report.
We welcome employees from all faiths and spiritual groups to practice and celebrate their beliefs. We believe that enabling an open dialog to foster understanding of different belief systems creates an environment that is truly open and inclusive.
I have been working at Facebook full-time (More than a year)
- Incredible benefits
- Excellent compensation that rewards strong performance
- Lots of autonomy
- Tons of room for growth
- Very transparent from the top down
- Strong leadership
- Intelligent and caring colleagues
- The most fair and well thought out review process you will find everywhere
- Exciting work
- If you don't learn to make the work life balance work for you, it can be exhausting. But you'll also be given lots of support with this if you ask for it.
- It doesn't matter how good you are at your job, chances are you're going to be surrounded by a ton of other people who are just as good if not better. Imposter syndrome is real, but if you got an offer, you probably belong here too.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing, keep an eye on employee burnout, keep supporting your people and keep pushing them, and the rest of the world, forward.
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a little more related to facebook's certain functionality