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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Software Development
Software Development & Design
Media & Internet
Engineer, Tools team (New college graduate)
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Facebook | Menlo Park, CA
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Job Description

Are you passionate about helping those around you be more effective? Do you think about technology as a way to increase efficiency and change how business operates? Facebook is seeking a Software Engineer to join the Tools team and help build and maintain the systems and tools that enable our employees to change the world. These tools are accessed daily by employees - and you work on the same codebase as the rest of the facebook.com site. This role requires thinking of innovative approach to improve efficiency. This is a full-time position for new college graduates and is based in Menlo Park, CA.
Responsibilities Innovate elegant and useful solutions to solve critical business problems by working across teams in high visibility roles
Design and develop front-end interfaces, underlying systems and APIs across a number of languages from PHP to Java and JavaScript
Develop upon and integrate with systems hosted both locally and in the cloud (e.g. Force.com)
Design and develop systems and tools to scale the company

Requirements A passion for finding a more efficient solution
High aptitude and implementation-agnostic approach to engineering
B.S. or M.S. degree in Computer Science or a related technical field
Experience working with PHP and Javascript a plus
Study in a business field or related internship a plus

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