Corporate Development Integration Program Manager

Corporate Development Integration Program Manager
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The Meta Corporate Development team focuses on sourcing, evaluating, negotiating and executing mergers and acquisitions. We are currently hiring an Integration Program Manager to work closely with our integration leads and cross-functional partners to organize and optimize the integration activity across our entire M&A portfolio. The Integration Program Manager will play an instrumental role in creating scaled structures, processes, and communications to support due diligence, integration planning and execution phases of strategic acquisitions, both in the U.S. and internationally. As an Integration Program Manager, you will help manage the prioritization and delivery of integration plans, coordinate across dependent stakeholders, and report out regular updates and integration outcomes on behalf of the team. You will join a high-performing, fast-paced team to be part of defining and implementing best-in-class integration plans. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented, get-things-done, professional who adapts quickly and earns credibility and trust interfacing with leadership, while coordinating with internal cross-functional leads on time/mission critical operational issues spanning product, technology, legal, finance, HR, facilities and other interdependent teams.
Corporate Development Integration Program Manager Responsibilities
  • Lead program development deliverables and analyze the M&A lifecycle to identify areas of improvement, program roadmap gaps/opportunities and critical special projects
  • Drive core internal projects related to M&A portfolio management, deal integration planning, and performance measurement to align and fulfill our organizational goals
  • Maintain and update process best practice documents, templates, and playbooks, as well as identify and implement tooling solutions to help the team scale
  • Create integration documents, help manage integration meetings
  • Communicate across M&A and cross-functional leadership to clearly articulate key decisions and portfolio updates, and guide prioritization and capacity planning conversations based on integration project status and timelines
  • Support the task management of deal-specific integration planning, due diligence, and execution activities
  • Continually refine best practices for integration consistent with Facebook culture
Minimum Qualifications
  • 5+ years experience working with cross-functional groups
  • 5+ years experience in program management, project management or similar role
  • Experience with managing long-term projects and multiple projects simultaneously
  • Experience working in fast-paced environment with an organized, detail-oriented approach
  • Experience with navigating in an ambiguous environment and experience to facilitate team collaboration on solutions
  • Collaborative work ethic with experience working in a team-oriented environment
Preferred Qualifications
  • M&A Integrations experience
  • Experience working with or in support of diverse communities
  • PgMP, PMP, Six Sigma, or other related certifications
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