Feb 02 2018

Build a Successful Career on Facebook's Business Integrity Team

By Meta Careers
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As Facebook moves forward in our mission to build community and bring the world closer together, it is more important than ever to have a positive and safe environment. Global business integrity manager, Mohit T., is part of a team that plays a critical role in keeping people and businesses safe on Facebook. This analytics-driven operations team comprises data and policy professionals who maintain a high quality ecosystem for our community, developers, page administrators, advertisers and businesses to create and promote digital content. They constantly think of innovative ways to implement solutions on a global scale. The end goal? A safe and secure Facebook where people and corporations can confidently transact over different channels, products and services.
“It's all about ensuring that Facebook's ecosystem is safe. We really do care about the people who use Facebook, and we want to maintain good and meaningful interactions on the platform.”
We asked Mohit how can one succeed in a career on Facebook's business integrity team, and he shares his three power insights:
1) Focus On Impact: This is one of Facebook's core values, and it absolutely resonates with me. I'm a strong believer that the biggest impact is delivered when you focus on solving the most important problems. It sounds simple, but most companies do this poorly and waste a lot of time. The business integrity team spends time to identify the toughest challenges and then partner with different cross-functional teams to solve them. What I really love is how much people at Facebook embrace teamwork and proactively step up to own problems together rather than point fingers or debate about the work scope. This environment of shared ownership and ruthless prioritization on things that matter have helped me to grow and learn a lot. In my team, I make sure that everyone prioritizes projects that make the most impact, and then stay lazer-focused to complete them. Committing to a project and then getting it delivered on time is part of our team culture, and it helps people to grow in their roles.
My advice for anyone who wants to join the team is to take the time to understand what business integrity does, identify the areas in your work where you can create the biggest impact, and then focus on doing them well. It also means thinking about how you can work together with your colleagues to drive that impact. We don't work in silos at Facebook.
2) Be Proactive: Do you take an active or passive role in your work? Do you think in terms of the present or do you look to the future, anticipating outcomes and preparing for the consequences? In my experience, being proactive at work not only helps to boost your self-esteem, but also your career. When you are a proactive employee, you seek to resolve problems before they even arise or become a problem. Being proactive is not limited to helping yourself, but others around you as well. It also means having to step out of your comfort zone at times to get involved. The type of person that excels at Facebook is a self-starter who is highly motivated and passionate about solving problems. He or she should be data driven, and be really good at working with cross-functional partners in a highly collaborative environment.
Meet the business integrity team in Asia Pacific. They are a team of professionals from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
3) Build Your Basics: When I joined Facebook, my manager gave me the space and time to grow and learn the basics. These are the core skills that are critical for anyone to do their jobs well on the business integrity team, and they include data analysis skills, ability to solve problems creatively, policy knowledge and being able to work under pressure. In my three years at Facebook, I have led different teams, and am able to manage multiple priorities effectively because of the basics that I had developed over time. My manager has showed me how important it is to invest in people, and now, as a team leader, I do my best to empower and enable new members to build their basics instead of diving straight into project work when they start out.
With the sheer scale of challenges that Facebook is addressing, there is a growing need for more problem solvers to join the business integrity team. We are hiring for multiple roles that require diverse skills and expertise ranging from generic to highly technical. For example, we have product marketing positions suited for professionals with backgrounds in consulting and marketing, and we also have highly technical functions for data scientists with machine learning expertise. There is never a better time than now to join Facebook's business integrity team and build a world where every person has a sense of purpose and community!

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