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Entrevistas en Facebook

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    Entrevista para Pasante

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Buenos Aires (Argentina)
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé en línea. El proceso me llevó Más de 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (Buenos Aires (Argentina)).

    Entrevista

    Proceso de selección innovador, me hizo sentir muy cómoda. En una primera etapa, se realiza un test de lógica y resolución de problemas y uno de inglés, ambos online. Pasada esa etapa, se procede a la entrevista grupal en las oficinas, donde se realiza una actividad de carácter lúdico y una recorrida por las instalaciones. Finalmente, una breve entrevista individual con una de las reclutadoras.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • Con qué valores de la empresa te identificás más y por qué? Contestar en inglés   1 respuesta

  2.  

    Entrevista para Pasante

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Buenos Aires (Argentina)
    Oferta rechazada
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista difícil

    Solicitud

    Me postulé en línea. El proceso me llevó Más de 3 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (Buenos Aires (Argentina)).

    Entrevista

    Fue muy cómodo, llegué a la última etapa y no quedé por problemas administrativos con mi facultad. Me sentí muy bien en todo el proceso de selección: me acompañaron en distintos mails junto a Cía de Talentos.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • ¿Por qué querría trabajar en Facebook?   1 respuesta
  3.  

    Entrevista para Pasante

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Buenos Aires (Argentina)
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé en línea. El proceso me llevó Más de 3 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (Buenos Aires (Argentina)).

    Entrevista

    El proceso es muy enriquecedor, comienza de manera virtual a través de tests a través de los cuales podés quedar seleccionado o no. En la instancia personal, resulta una entrevista muy amena, tanto grupal como individual.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • Describa una situación en la que haya tenido que persuadir a alguien.   Responder pregunta

  4.  

    Entrevista para Solutions Engineer Intern

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de un reclutador. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook.

    Entrevista

    Me contactaron por LinkedIn. Me dieron una semana para estudiar los temas recomendados para la entrevista con un ingeniero de USA. Todo fue claro y bien explicado.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • Ver si un número era capicua, pero con un poco más de complejidad   Responder pregunta

  5. Útil (152)  

    Entrevista para Community Manager

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso me llevó una semana. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook en noviembre de 2017.

    Entrevista

    It was fast. A recruiter reached out to me for a role at FB. After 3 days, the same recruiter reached out to see if I can do a phone interview with the hiring manager at FB.

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  6. Útil (41)  

    Entrevista para Community Organizer

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Los Angeles, CA (Estados Unidos)
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia positiva
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado. El proceso me llevó Más de 2 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (Los Angeles, CA (Estados Unidos)) en agosto de 2016.

    Entrevista

    It was very structured with a FB recruiter and it first involved phone interviews then onto VC interviews. The VC interviews showcased an actual person on the team and your hiring manager. I think its most important to hit it well with your hiring manager because they are the ones who will be your boss. Overall they have a fair system where each interviewer goes and does an objective rating on how the interview went I believe.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • What are some of the struggles faced with this position?   1 respuesta

    Respuesta de Facebook

    2 de octubre de 2016 – Your Friends at Facebook

    Thanks for sharing your feedback. We're glad to hear that your interview experience was positive. Please stay connected with us through our talent communities on Facebook Careers and on Instagram... Más


  7. Útil (24)  

    Entrevista para Computer Scientist

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia neutra

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado. El proceso me llevó una semana. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook.

    Entrevista

    You'll start out with a 55-minute interview. They'll be a short introduction that's followed by some problem solving (typically problems from InterviewBit or LeetCode). This is the most important part of the process. If you're slow or you stumble, then you won't get a call back.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • Find the successor in Binary Search Tree.   2 respuestas
    • Partition an array such that all non-zero values are at the beginning.   4 respuestas
  8. Útil (70)  

    Entrevista para Construction Manager

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Menlo Park, CA (Estados Unidos)
    Oferta rechazada
    Experiencia negativa
    Entrevista promedio

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (Menlo Park, CA (Estados Unidos)) en julio de 2017.

    Entrevista

    Interview #1
    Recruiter Phone Screen with recruiter

    Interview #2
    Phone screen with another recruiter

    Interview #3
    Technical Video Interview with the hiring manager.

    Interview #4
    Technical video interview with hiring manager's counterpart

    *each of these video interviews were technical leader from the group to discuss my technical abilities.

    Flew to Menlo Park - met with 8 people, for an all-day interview. My understanding at this point, it is about - "do we want to work with each other?" and not "are you capable enough".

    So I met with 8 people including my hiring manager's boss' boss.

    It was a great day, great conversations, great people.

    A couple of days later the recruiting manager stated the group of 8 met and have decided to recommend me for employment to the executives that would be next week. Winner!

    Or so I thought.

    The following week I heard from the recruiting manager. My hiring manager's immediate supervisor asked to meet me on a video call. Now if you recall, at Menlo Park I met this person's supervisor, next level up, for an interview.

    So, the recommendation was put on hold until this interview was done, interview #13. We met online, after I was preparing for a PMP test the last 24 hours for the next day.

    Long story short - and remember - interviews 3 and 4 were about discussing my capabilities. Well, this individual had a concern about my capabilities. 13 interviews, flying across country for 3 days, and now my experience is an issue. So, instead of moving forward with the position, they wanted to give me a lesser position in a different locale.

    So, the recruiter told me this info and asked what I wanted to do. I ask to speak to this individual to understand what the concern is, either with the last person I met, or his supervisor or the hiring manager.

    A couple days later I met with the hiring manager. Quick pause for backstory - during the interview process, I made it very clear that my career (due to my age and tenure) and how I fit in the organization now and future opportunities are the largest drivers to my decision.
    Back to the call - the hiring mentioned I take this lesser position until I was ready to advance to the next level. I responded with "How long do you envision?" He responded, "Well, I don't know, that's up to you." - That response is when they lost me. Here's why:
    1. We had to go this far down the road for this to be a "concern."
    2. Understanding they are buying the risk, and I'm not, I can't question their "concern" but I feel the issue is a non-sense .
    3. I view development is a two-way street. I have responsibility to grow and produce. The hiring manager and employer have a responsibility to layout a strategy and milestone timeline and how and when they expect that development to occur.

    When the hiring manager told me, "I don't know, that's up to you." That told me two things:
    1. They were not paying attention to my largest decision maker, my career.
    2. They did not give this any thought and they should have before they had the conversation. To me, it meant I was going to or could sit in this position indefinitely, and due to my age and tenure I wasn't going to invest time without some idea of strategy for advancement.

    So, I stated I would need a day and will get back to the recruiter.

    I spoke to the recruiter the next day and withdrew my name for consideration for the following reasons:

    1. I was disheartened to learn the team was not mindful to my concerns,
    2. Was going to propose a lesser position, until I was ready to advance without some sort of strategy,
    3. It doesn't seem like the immediate hiring team is aligned in expectations,
    4. That it went this far for this concern to be identified.

    The recruiter, who was awesome, asked if she could change their mind would I reconsider. I stated, I wouldn't "...because the concern has been identified and I don't want to work in a position where my supervisors are already on record thinking I am not capable."

    I did learn I was the 24th person interviewed, in some regard, for this position.

    Last thing - up until this point, Facebook ran the most efficient recruitment process I have seen. Very engaging and driving the process. Also, they are very awesome and nice group of people, all very pleasant that I would enjoy collaborating with.

    They just need to get their act together and front end the driving concerns not back end it.

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • They do the star method of interviewing.. look it up.   2 respuestas

  9. Útil (2)  

    Entrevista para Corporate Position

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA (Estados Unidos)
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia negativa
    Entrevista fácil

    Solicitud

    Me postulé en persona. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (San Francisco, CA (Estados Unidos)) en enero de 2018.

    Entrevista

    I had a very good experience with the recruiter, and the recruiter forward me the online application with my work history. I corrected the start year that was incorrect. Immediately I received a reject email within in minutes that I suspect it was a age related selection - age discrimination.

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  10. Útil (20)  

    Entrevista para Contract Recruiter

    Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA (Estados Unidos)
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia negativa
    Entrevista fácil

    Solicitud

    Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso me llevó una semana. Acudí a una entrevista en Facebook (San Francisco, CA (Estados Unidos)) en enero de 2018.

    Entrevista

    Was contacted by a Recruiter who did an initial phone screen followed by a web chat with the hiring manager, quite possibly the most unprofesssional interview process I have experienced. Never heard back despite being told I would hear back in 24-48 hours. The hiring manager also got me mixed up with another candidate and then spent half the conversation trying to figure out who I was! Justified this by saying I had a common name. Also proceeded to give me the workplace, name and location of the person they thought I was, talk about candidate confidentiality!

    Preguntas de entrevistas

    • Describe a difficult search.
      Tell me about your sourcing process.   2 respuestas

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