Meta connects talented people with careers and teams where they can do work they truly enjoy. Here's how Meta’s hiring process works.
After you apply for a job or send your resume to a recruiter, our recruiting team evaluates your skills and experience related to the qualifications of the job you've applied for. If you are selected to advance in the process, you'll hear from a Meta recruiter.
Next, you’ll have a conversation with a Meta recruiter. At this stage, you’ll learn more about the role you've applied for and what it's like to work at Meta.
The next phase of the Meta hiring process is to have a phone or video interview with a hiring manager or team member. These interviews aim to evaluate your interest in and ability to do the day-to-day work of the role we're hiring for.
After that conversation, you’ll continue interviewing with potential teammates, managers, and other people you may work with. Now is the time for you to learn even more about Meta, and for us to better understand your professional experience and talents.
When all the interviews are complete, the people you spoke with submit their feedback on your interview performance and we assess whether you’d be successful in the role we’re hiring for—or if there’s another role at Meta that makes sense for you.
After your final interviews, you’ll hear from your recruiter again. If you receive a job offer, you can discuss the details with them. After you accept the offer, you’ll work together to determine start date, complete paperwork, and finalize other details.
We look forward to officially welcoming you to Meta. Together, we’ll help give people the power to build community, and bring the world closer together.