Facebook University Recruiting, Diversity Programs Manager (Engineer in Residence) in New York, New York
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University Recruiting is in our DNA. From our start in a dorm room at Harvard, Facebook has looked to talent from universities to build the next set of new products for our 1 billion+ users. The result is an opportunity to have tremendous impact at a revolutionary company. If you’ve ever dreamed about disrupting and revolutionizing the way recruiting and university recruiting is done, we’d love to talk with you about how you might help Facebook do just that.
Facebook is seeking an entrepreneurial and results-driven Program Manager to help us grow and scale our diversity efforts at campuses and regions through our computer science education initiatives. This individual will be responsible for supporting Facebook's computer science education programs and partnerships in higher education, with a primary focus on the Engineer in Residence program. The Engineer in Residence program aims to eliminate underrepresentation in tech by driving innovations to computer science curricula.
In this role, you will work closely with multiple internal and external cross-functional partners (engineers, students, faculty, and recruiters) to provide a rigorous and inclusive classroom experience that cultivates proficiency and mastery of core and elective computer science coursework. In addition, you will help strategically implement new programs, partnerships, and/or products with clear metrics of success in service of widening the pool of talent traditionally underrepresented in Tech. This is a full-time role based in our San Francisco office.
Recruit and select eligible and passionate Facebook engineers to facilitate undergraduate computer science courses.
Design and lead learning and development to onboard engineers to their role as Engineers in Residence.
Facilitate people operations processes with cross-functional partners, as well as manage Engineers in Residence throughout the semester.
Lead from vision to execution campus strategy for seasonal events and recruiting campaigns, as well as a menu of student development opportunities to find and cultivate the talent of students underrepresented in computer science.
Maintain existing relationships with faculty and professors at colleges and universities with large communities of underrepresented talent, and conduct an analysis of the current higher education computer science landscape to find opportunities for partnership and programmatic growth. Proactively cultivates relationships with prospective future university partners.
Collect data to measure program health and report key findings to stakeholders across the business, including recruiting, engineering, partnerships, and diversity.
Partner with internal team members to drive process improvements, as well as with cross-functional stakeholders, including recruiting, partnerships, engineering, policy, legal, marketing, and communications to launch new computer science education programs, partnerships, and/or products.
Create project plans and timelines to ensure the programs are delivered smoothly, on a day-to-day basis and within budget.
Identify, asses and minimize projects risks until successful project completion.
Proactively build relationships and investment from aligned engineering communities to support projected growth of CS education initiatives.
Willingness to work flexible hours as needed
Ability to travel at high-volume during peak program seasons
BA or BS degree
2+ years of work experience with product, partnerships or programs related to education and/or focused on sourcing talent from groups traditionally underrepresented in Tech
2+ years of teaching, coaching, or management experience
Strong strategic thinker with the ability to define, develop, assess and refine programs and partnerships based on incoming data and feedback in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
Excellent program, project, or product management skills in an agile setting, with the ability to lead and handle multiple time-sensitive, cross-functional initiatives.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to develop strong working relationships with a variety of audiences, including students, professors, faculty, engineers and stakeholders in the business.
Proven ability to influence others without having positional authority.
Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize, multi-task, and follow-through with team members to achieve individual and group goals.
Individual is highly motivated, flexible, proactive, and responsible with a customer-service mindset.
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