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Updated Mar 23, 2021

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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Singapore

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Easy Interview
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I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Facebook (Singapore) in Mar 2021

Interview

First-round interview. One on one on Zoom. Small chats followed by self-introduction. Then questions about previous experience and some situations questions like if XXX happened, what will you do? Then he introduced the role and company to me. I asked a few questions.

Interview Questions
  • If you can't deliver your KPI on time, what will you do? Tell me about yourself
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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I interviewed at Facebook

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Applied through a referral from the current employee which means a human recruiter has to review my resume and give me a screening call. Unfortunately, this did not happen. I got an email a day after applying saying they are not interested.

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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Facebook in Aug 2020

Interview

The Facebook interview process is by far the best I've ever had at any company. They are organized and have a candidate portal that helps you write thank you notes to people you have spoken with/track status etc and they really prepare you for what to expect. The process was one I compare every other interview to now and no other company has come close. This was a sales role so in addition to the 5-6 30 min convo's you have with different people you do a pitch to a panel. They give you lots of direction on how to prepare.

Interview Questions
  • What do you think is most important to a CMO at the companies we sell to?
  • When was a time when you looked back and though you wished you did something a different way? Why?
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY

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Difficult Interview
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I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Facebook (New York, NY)

Interview

I had my first call with a recruiter and after that was the hiring manager. From there, an in-person session was scheduled. The final process would have been a pitch but didn't get past the in-person interview. Even though I didn't get the job, thought it was a very smooth interview process.

Interview Questions
  • What's the biggest trend at Facebook in the past few years?
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Anonymous Employee

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Positive Experience
Difficult Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Facebook

Interview

The recruiter reached out to me through LinkedIn, we scheduled some calls. After that I was introduced to the team for some calls, on-site interview sessions & a presentation. Once all this was done, Facebook extended an offer, reached out to my referrals and did a background check.

Interview Questions
  • If you join, how will you drive impact on the short term? And the long term? What value will you bring to the team on a short and long term?
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Anonymous Employee in Dublin, Dublin

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I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Facebook (Dublin, Dublin) in Jan 2017

Interview

Conversational, relaxed, interesting. 3 people interviewed me on 3 different aspects required for the job. (1) Personality/Suitability to culture (2) Existing skills and experience (3) problem solving examples - think it may have really been about use of data for same

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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Easy Interview
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I interviewed at Facebook

Interview

Recruitment person had quite poor English so understanding her was difficult. Process took about 6 weeks with long delays in between calls and face to face. The line manager who eventually interviewed me was quite arrogant and unclear as to what he was looking to achieve I found.

Interview Questions
  • Why do you want to work in Facebook
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Negative Experience
Easy Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Facebook

Interview

I submitted my resume online, and was called by a recruiter a little over a week later. The recruiter call went well. I was even told how impressive my experiences are and that I should expect a call from the hiring manager within the next few days. A week later, no call. Reached back out to the recruiter, no response.. so... yeah.

Interview Questions
  • Never got an official interview. Recruiting call was straight forward experience and interest questions.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Negative Experience
Average Interview
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I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Facebook in Dec 2015

Interview

The interview process seemed to resemble a marathon race more than an interview for a job at a tech company - 3 months of interviewing which were comprised of: 1. Phone interview with a recruiter from the Ireland office 2. In-office interview with hiring manager (30 min) 3. In-office interview with another manager in the office, not related to the job (30 min) 4. In-office presentation (10 min) about a case based on a potential client - goal is to pitch how and why Facebook marketing is relevant for that client. The cases were a digital bank trying to target a specific market segment and also switch clients to online banking. The other case was an e-commerce merchant thinking of penetrating a new territory. 5. Step 4 followed on the same day by an interview with the hiring manager's manager (30 minutes) 6. Penultimate round of interviews with local office's manager I didn't make it past step 6 - after that there's a final interview with an MD of the greater area. Only one candidate passes to that round. I had to chase the recruiter throughout the process to know if I made it to the next rounds - twice, it was when I called her that I learned I passed and she then referred me to schedule the next interview. VERY unprofessional, completely NOT what I would expect from a company with such reputation and stature. The process seemed tedious for no good reason, too many short, shallow interviews - it's as if there's no power of hiring for the hiring manager.

Interview Questions
  • Here's a full breakdown of the questions I was asked at each interview/round: ​ First Interview (after phone screening) - What products/services are better advertised on FB? - If you had a 10 client portfolio, of the same industry, and the information of all the advertising campaigns they ran on FB in the past 3 years, how would you conduct a SWOT analysis? Second Interview - What's the advantage to advertising with FB? - If there's a new startup you've heard of would you take them as a new client? why? - What companies currently advertise on FB in this country? - How do you understand the role? Do you feel comfortable speaking in front of an audience? - You're hired, you get your portfolio of clients, how do you approach it? what do you do first? how do you divide your time between the various clients? - What are the weaknesses of FB as perceived by its potential clients? - Are you more of an Excel/Powerpoint kind of girl? - What C-level exec would you aspire to be? Third Round What is an attribution model? Does google have any advantage on Facebook in attribution? Tell me about a time where you used your consultative and sales skills. Tell me about a situation where you had to work with someone you were in good terms or didn't get a long with Let's say you're going for a quarterly review meeting with a client - what do you want to cover in that meeting? If you had a presentation with a table of contents - what would that say? Fourth Round Why this position? What do you like about the local tech scene? What don't you like? What should your last employer change or do differently? Are you more technical or analytical? Do you have a background of presenting in front of people?
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON

No Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview
Application

I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Facebook (Toronto, ON) in Oct 2015

Interview

30 minutes each, with 4 separate people, each one asked different things - one about teamwork/cooperation, one about sales knowledge, one about client services skills/wins/difficult situations, one more about general skills/fit.

Interview Questions
  • If you had to name one company with strong potential to target as a sales prospect, who would it be?
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