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Sourcer Development Program
Move Meta forward by creating equitable access to opportunities for careers in recruiting.

What is the Sourcer Development program?
Meta’s 12-month Sourcer Development training and development program trains individuals on the most effective sourcing techniques and strategies.
How it works
The 12-month developmental program provides participants skills in market-leading sourcing techniques and strategies to prepare them for careers in recruiting. Sourcers are eligible to join a wide variety of sourcing or recruiting teams within Meta. They have the opportunity to learn how to source candidates from business roles, technical, and even niche profiles.
Who should apply
The Sourcer Development program is for people who have experience in sales, customer support, communication, or related fields, and are interested in a career in recruiting.
How to apply
If your skill set matches what we’re currently looking for, you will complete a series of interviews to assess your current ability and potential for growth.

These positions open seasonally throughout the year, and are currently closed. Please check back in soon to apply for our next set of openings.
What happens during the Sourcer Development program

Training and Immersion

The Sourcer Development program begins with immersive training. Candidates will learn how to broaden the addressable market of talent and help shape the skills and mindsets of Meta’s future workforce.

Partnership and Mentorship

Partner with sourcers, recruiters and hiring managers to deeply understand specific requirements of the role, the function and the broader organization. Candidates will also develop a keen understanding of how these roles and teams fit into Meta.

Experience and Evaluation

Before the program concludes, each participant will be considered for a full-time role at Meta.
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