Posted on 5/20/2022, 2:49:49 PM
Facebook pays well. It is ranked as the second-highest paying company for Staff Engineers. However, if you want to get a job at Facebook, you will need a great mentor and extensive preparation because the screening process can be challenging.
The Facebook Software Engineer Process takes 4-8 weeks.
The process starts with a call with the recruiter. The call lasts 30 minutes. The recruiter will ask you questions about your professional experience, preferred coding languages, and accomplishments. They will explain the interview process and timeline and answer general questions about the team and day-to-day responsibilities.
The technical phone interview starts with a short 5-10 minute intro followed by 1-2 coding questions that last 30-35 minutes. You will be asked to work through the questions using an online collaboration tool. Make sure you walk the interviewers through your thought process. The interviewer will ask follow-up questions and add constraints to the problems that they ask. Questions can cover various topics such as data structures, algorithms, and time complexity. The final five minutes are usually reserved for your questions.
The Onsite interview is now digital until further notice. It consists of 5 interviews. It is the more difficult part of the process. It starts with introductions, coding, and candidate questions. The goal is to evaluate your technical knowledge and problem-solving skills.
A group of senior executives will evaluate your interview packet and decide whether to hire you. Their decision will be sent to a VP. You might be required to go through additional interviews.
After 4-8 weeks, you will know whether you got in or not. If you got in, congrats! If not, do not worry. You have six months to prepare for another round. Book a call with a mentor on our platform. They can walk you through the interview process and help you acquire the skills needed to do well.
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