Facebook Optical Engineer in Hong Kong
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to share, and make the world more open and connected. Through our growing family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that helps billions of people around the world connect and share what matters most to them. Whether we're creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to make the world more open and accessible. Connecting the world takes every one of us—and we're just getting started.
Facebook's global network comprised of cutting-edge platforms is looking for a Optical Engineer to join the Core engineering team. This team is responsible for designing, implementing and supporting one of the world’s largest and complex networks. As an optical engineer you will have a unique opportunity to shape the future network to accommodate our explosive growth as well as internal product requirements. This position is full-time and located in our Hong Kong office.
Work with various teams to understand FB's network, user base, performance constraints and growth requirements
Work with procurement and other teams to devise strategies on hardware and network acquisitions around the globe
Provide network planning and engineering support for a large scale network design
Evaluate deployment architectures and translate them to vendor requirements/roadmaps
Planning and commissioning of new metro, long-haul and submarine nodes.
Experience working in optical engineering or design roles on an ISP- or enterprise-level network.
Experience working with CDC ROADM, coherent transponders and flex-grid operation optical networks.
Awareness of extended-reach modulation techniques for ultra-long haul and submarine applications.
Preferred knowledge of IPoWDM, IPoOTN, and other hybrid packet over WDM architectures
Experience with the rollout of large DWDM networks
Good working knowledge of IP networking fundamentals