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Software Engineer - Senior (CPE)

Job Reference: 19-07708 Type: Contract

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Application Engineer III

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OSP Engineer - III

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Software Dev Engineer III

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Network Engineer - II

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Senior Software Engineer

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Network Engineer III

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Project Manager (FRC and NAO)

Job Reference: 19-07164 Type: In order to aid in strong candidate screening and preparation we wanted to share some information with you.
 
SCREENING: 
  • All candidates submitted must be contacted and prescreened by you prior to submission.  In order to be compliant with your agreement to be a part of the PRO @ Facebook supplier base it is key critical that this is completed.  
  • Please ensure you have a strong understanding of the candidate's background and resume.  Can they speak to all skills and experience listed on their resume?
  • Will they be a fit for the Facebook environment?  Soft skills are just as important as skill set to this client. Does your candidate embody and demonstrate these attributes?  This weblink will aid in understanding Facebook Core Values: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1655178611435493.1073741828.1633466236940064&type=3
  • Gain a strong understanding of where each candidate is at in their job search, evaluate if it is appropriate to submit them (knowing Facebook typically does a phone screen and onsite), and have a strong gauge of the candidate's interest level in the opportunity (make it real:  explain the selection process on the front end, give hypotheticals "If you make it to offer stage what would onboarding timeframe look like for you?").
CANDIDATE PREPARATION: (Can be shared with candidates once you have engaged them and are ready to submit)
  • Educate  candidates on Facebook (great for suppliers to be familiar with as well).  Let's get them excited and engaged!  The following web link gives you a plethora of information that can help you to learn more about Facebook and aid in stronger prep of the candidates:  https://newsroom.fb.com
  1. The 'home', 'news', and 'product' tabs provide information about some of Facebook's recent projects, product offerings, while doing an excellent job at demonstrating the things that Facebook offers beyond the social media platform.  I would also recommend using the search bar on this page and typing in the line of business or project name if discussed during the supplier calibration call (i.e. Oculus, Instagram, Messenger, etc) so that the candidate is clear about the group they are interviewing with and some of the things the team is working on, and also to create excitement about the organization.
  2. The 'company info' tab gives a clear picture about Facebook's background, history, culture, etc.
  3. The 'directory' page will take you to different Facebook pages that can further explain some of the work that the company is involved in.
  4. The 'media gallery' page shows pictures of the campus (for those of you that have not had the chance to visit this gives you a good idea of the environment)
http://www.businessinsider.com/facebooks-favorite-job-interview-question-2016-2





Submissions:
q3 slots per position (need to request for additional slots as per activity/ updates)
qFor submission: (1) last 4 digits of SSN; (2) Date and Month of Birth; (3) RTR (regular email RTR)
qSummary is a must-have and need to be updated in WAND
qBR: Ideally don’t exceed the Max BR AND strictly follow the specific mark-up% for each position)
qVendors: 20 – 25 direct vendors so need to be very quick in submissions
qDuplicate submission: Whoever submits in tool first
qOnly W2: Citizen, GC, EAD (OPT-EAD, GC-EAD, Asylum-EAD, H4-EAD) – check validity
q Focus on Tech reqs: very few vendors (less than 5) are super active on tech positions so can concentrate to get fills here
q Ideally Feedbacks prompt (unless there are multiple positions for that req)
q BIS Guidelines: Contractors can work upto 12 Months and then 3 months break
qAll subs are reviewed by CSS first ‘Pending MSP Review’ => after being pushed to HM changes to ‘Pending Client review’
q Resumes:
üNo employment gap, currently 2 projects need to be similar as per JD, education a high preference
üSomeone from a similar industry/ similar clients preferred
üExcellent communication skills
üNeed to be passionate about Facebook, needs to be aware of current news about the company and/ product

ØInterview & Offers:
qScheduling interviews: On WAND (Notification comes thru WAND ‘Interview Requested’ => post confirmation on tool ‘Interview Confirmation’ => Request for reschedule to be done on WAND & send email to CSS also
qAM will do the interview scheduling and the Interview Prep => post that confirm the interview in WAND => and send Interview details to candidate (Only exception: when AM is not in office/ not available then the RM/ Lead would take over)
qPost-Interview feedback: Preferably done by AM but recruiter can also complete this task (AM-recruiter coordination)
qInterview feedback from client: AM will receive the thank-you note from consultant & send to the CSS checking for FB
qBGC or References to be done before the offer: AM will check with the candidate and coordinate with the Onboarding team
qOffer – email notification from the CSS
qNotify CSS regarding acceptance, they can view the BGC status of our consultants so will follow up accordingly
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ØGeneral Facebook Interview Qs:
qAbout Facebook:
üWhy are you interested in Facebook (Knowledge about specific products/ services – Oculus/ Instagram/ WhatsApp)
üIf selected what is your vision in the next 5 years
üWhat inspired you to apply for a position with Facebook
qAbout the position:
üFor Tech positions: In-depth Qs about the recent two projects (skills used, what was their exact role, project and personal accomplishments)
üFor coding: mostly vector mathematics Qs, whiteboard coding Qs, bug tracking cycle

qMin. Wage:
ü$15/Hr is the min. wage across any category
qPTO Benefits:
üContractors are able to accrue up to 15 days of PTO per 12 month period.
üNon-exempt workers (hourly) – Accrue 1 hour of PTO for every 16.67 hours worked.
üWeekly-exempt workers – Accrue 2.37 hours of PTO for each week worked.
üPTO hours are billable to Facebook – will be billed at a mark-up of 22.5%
üContractors must be on assignment for at least 91 days within a 12 month period to request PTO
üAccrued PTO Balances will not carry over to the new calendar year.
üPTO will need to be paid out to the contractor no later than the first Friday of February of the new year.
üWhen a contractor’s assignment comes to an end voluntarily or involuntarily his/her accrued PTO balance will be paid out on their final check.

New Child Benefits:
üWhen a contractor has a birth or adoption of a child (child must be 16 years of age or younger) while on assignment, the contractor can apply to receive a New Child Benefit of $4,000.00 (taxable withholdings apply)
üContractor must have been on assignment for at least 91 days during a 12 month period in order to apply for the benefit.
üThe birth or adoption of a child must occur while the worker is on an active engagement.
üThe child must reside with the contractor.
üNew Child Benefit is billable to Facebook – will be billed at a mark-up of 22.5%

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Network Engineer III

Job Reference: 19-07125 Type: Contract

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Sr DevOps Engineer

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Network Engineer - II

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FAQs

Who is a Network Engineer?

A network engineer is responsible for troubleshooting and fixing computer networks within an organization. A computer network can involve just two computers or a large number of computers connected with other peripheral devices. A network engineer also designs small or large complex computer networks such as local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN), for his/her client. The engineer is also in charge of analysis, installation, and maintenance of computer networks. A lot of major IT firms in the U.S. and e-commerce websites rely heavily on computer networking to connect with colleagues or customers across the globe. A network engineer makes sure that the computer networks work efficiently, reliably, and securely within the organization. Apply to Network Engineer jobs present in this section.

What certifications are required to be a network engineer?

Candidates who want to be hired as network engineers can get certifications from companies like Cisco and Microsoft. Cisco has a certification program called Cisco Certified Network Associate, which can be obtained after passing an exam. However, to become a Cisco Certified Architect, a candidate must pass the Cisco Certified Design Expert certification exam and defend a network solution proposal before a panel of experts. A network engineer can become a Microsoft Certified Architect after passing an exam and if he/she possesses ten or more years of experience in the IT industry. Juniper Networks has also come up with a certification program called Juniper Networks Certified Associate or Junos for network engineers.

What technical skill sets and qualifications is needed to be a network engineer?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, potential employers look for candidates with a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology. A college degree helps a candidate in understanding the basic concepts of computer networking and also sets the path for gaining advanced certifications and qualifications. Additionally, a graduate degree in information systems management or a related field will up the value of the candidate.

Experience:
In order to be hired as a network engineer, gaining prior experience in this domain can be really beneficial for the candidate. Working as an intern in an IT company or as a network administrator in the IT department of a company will build the candidate’s resume. A network administrator with a few years of experience and knowledge is usually hired as a network engineer.

Programming Languages and Technologies:
Since a network engineer has to constantly troubleshoot computer network problems, he/she must be familiar with different operating systems like Windows, Macintosh OS, and Linux. A network engineer also needs to have a profound knowledge of computer hardware and software. Learning about configuration management software like Microsoft Windows Sysprep, Dartware InterMapper, VERITAS NerveCenter, and ZABBIX software is essential to become a good network engineer. Apart from this, a network engineer should also be well versed in different types of virus protection software programs, network security software, and administration software.

What's the career scope for a network engineer?

With the advent of new technologies every day, the need for a network engineer is always on the rise. Professionals who have worked as network administrators and have a vast knowledge of different operating systems and programming languages will easily be able to get the job as a senior level network engineer. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment sector for network administrators is expected to boom by 30 percent by the year the 2018. When compared to other engineering sectors, network engineering jobs are one of the fastest growing professions in the U.S. and the growth is expected to surge by 53 percent by the year 2018.

What are the career opportunities for a network engineer?

According to Payscale.com, a senior network engineer with at least five years of experience earns an average annual salary of $92,335. The salary figure can go up to $132,589 depending on the knowledge and experience of the network engineer. A network engineer with many years of relevant experience and good performance can advance to higher levels like IT manager, Chief Technology Officer, or Vice President of IT Services.