3 Rotations. 18 Months.


Our mission is to develop future product leaders by empowering, mentoring, and enabling them to build and learn across a variety of products across Facebook. The RPM program is a full-time employment opportunity that trains leaders to be product managers across Facebook’s family of products.


RPMs work on high priority products across our family of apps which are used by over 3 billion people!


RPMs work closely with experienced PM mentors to develop the skills needed to become Product leaders.


RPMs form a tight, cohesive community within Facebook from a variety of backgrounds and industries.

Tyler Matthews

Tyler Matthews   Prior to Facebook, I spent five years as an infantry officer in the US Army. As a leader in the military I provided purpose, direction, and motivation to teams to help accomplish a wide variety of missions. In Ranger School and on deployments, I learned to plan and execute under stress and developed a love for leading interdisciplinary and diverse groups. I am regularly able to apply these skills as a Product Manager at Facebook.

RPM '18

Clorama Dorvilias 

Clorama Dorvilias   Prior to joining Facebook, I was someone working in the public sector turned freelancer, turned UX/VR developer turned Entrepreneur. I was struggling to find a career that I was both passionate and could have real impact in. Facebook's mission aligned with my own and I feel so lucky to have discovered a culture that values growth and impact in the same way I do. 

RPM '18

Laurelann Trinidad

Laurelann Trinidad   Prior to the RPM Program, I spent five years in construction management and engineering in San Francisco and Seattle. My largest project was a 48-story high rise in South Lake Union. Working with teammates in design, engineering, and business, I learned to find the balance between conflicting stakeholders needs. This has translated well into Product Management where we work with cross functional partners throughout the company.

RPM '20



RPMs work on high priority and high visibility projects across our family of apps to maximize their impact and growth.


Menlo Park

The RPM application for Menlo Park is currently closed. 



The RPM application for Seattle is currently closed.


New York City

The RPM application for New York City is currently closed.



The RPM application for London is currently closed.



Tel Aviv

The RPM application for Tel Aviv is currently closed.




Circles are small mentoring groups that enable RPMs working on different problems across Facebook to collaboratively work through PM specific work issues, identify new opportunities in their role, and build relationships with fellow RPMs.


From quarterly offsites to the annual RPM holiday party, the RPM program creates a vibrant, international community of current and former RPMs. 


RPMs embark on a research trip with the goals of developing user empathy, researching international technology trends, and meeting with business partners.



Who joins the RPM Program?

Hiring individuals with diverse perspectives and experiences allows Facebook to build better products for our global users. RPMs are hired from various industries with many years of work experience or they can be recent graduates. We also actively seek applicants with no tech experience. RPM is suited for individuals completely new to the product manager (PM) function. Individuals with more than 1 year of PM experience, inclusive of PM internships, should apply for Product Manager roles listed at Facebook Careers.

How long is the RPM Program?

The program lasts 18 months, and has 3 different Product Management rotations.

How is Product Management at Facebook different from other companies?

Facebook optimizes for impact. Our products affect billions of people. We have a responsibility to build high-caliber, daring, empathetic, and collaborative products. The RPM program provides experience, variety and ownership to impact those products, along with an incredibly supportive community which lasts long after the program ends.
RPMs and alums regularly connect outside of work, whether that be in the Bay Area, Seattle, NYC or London. The RPM community also organizes guest-speakers to give talks at Facebook and travel abroad together to research new technology trends around the world.

What does a ‘day in the life’ of a Facebook RPM look like?

There really is no 'typical' day—your days will vary depending on what part of a product's lifecycle you're in. Some of the core responsibilities of RPMs include enabling your team to execute well, ensuring a great product experience and communicating your team’s impact across the company.

What kind of mentorship is available to RPMs?

Mentorship is at the core of the RPM program. Each RPM has a PM manager who stays with them throughout their program experience. Your manager is responsible for making sure you're developing and growing in your career. In addition, each rotation is staffed with a PM mentor to guide you through the more tactical pieces of the day-to-day job. The program also provides other resources, such as learning and development classes, internal and external speakers and learnings from peers to help you grow into a well-rounded, versatile and innovative product thinker.

What happens after the program?

After the program, RPMs utilize their experience, knowledge, and extensive network to identify and join a product team. Facebook makes an investment in each of its RPMs to help them continue making tremendous impact at the company.

How do I join the RPM program?

Thank you for your interest in our program! We hire RPMs once a year for two start dates in the following calendar year. There are five Facebook offices which support RPMs: Menlo Park, Seattle, New York City, London, and Tel Aviv. Applications are currently closed, but please follow us on our FB page for updates.

Is RPM a remote-eligible position?

The RPM program is developmental in nature, requiring on-the-job learning across various product groups. RPM is not a remote-eligible position. All applicants must be able to relocate to Menlo Park, Seattle, New York City, Tel Aviv, or London upon hire. Any work from home directives or delays in relocation due to current events will be communicated to successful hires but applicants should plan to relocate by their start date.

What resources do you suggest as I consider prepping for the interview process?

Product management interviews are different than traditional behavior-based interviews. We will explore your ability to think about products and use data to make informed decisions. To better understand what we might look for, we suggest reading Cracking the PM Interview and Decode and Conquer, two resources current RPMs say were valuable during their interview preparation. Candidates who enter the recruiting process will receive a list of additional resources from their recruiter.

How can I check the status of my application?

You can login to your Career Profile at www.facebookrecruiting.com at any time to check the status of your application. Use the “help” function at the bottom of that page if you experience issues logging into your account.

It's the best place to stay up-to-date on when applications go live and ask any additional questions you may have.


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