3 Rotations. 18 Months.
Rotational Product Managers (RPMs) are involved in every aspect of the product development process, from brainstorming the next innovation to working directly with designers and engineers to implement features. You'll use your start-up mindset and data-driven leadership skills to produce elegantly simple features that will be used across Meta's family of products (such as Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Oculus).
The RPM program’s mission is to develop future product leaders by empowering, mentoring, and enabling them to learn across a variety of Meta products. This is a full-time employment opportunity that does not require a degree nor tech industry experience. We are looking for future product leaders who bring a diversity of thoughts, skills, perspectives, and experiences to the Product Management function so we can continue building global products for billions of users.
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 Meta from a variety of backgrounds and industries.
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.
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.
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.
RPMs work on high priority and high visibility projects across our family of apps to maximize their impact and growth.
Katie Shade | RPM '18
"From learning to define a product strategy and goals to driving complex execution across functions, RPM gave me the skills and experience I needed to be an effective PM leader at Facebook. I joined the Social Impact Team after graduating from the RPM Program. I’ve since led our efforts to help register an estimated 4.4M people to vote in the 2020 US Election and our work to connect people to authoritative information about COVID-19 vaccines. The RPM community has been instrumental to my growth, supported my journey as a PM, and given me lifelong friends."
Will Lawrence | RPM '19
"RPM changed the trajectory of my career. The skillset I learned helped me tackle projects that I never thought were possible. By my third rotation, I was leading the go to market for WhatsApp Payments in Brazil - a company bet that involved dozens of stakeholders. This skillset continues to unlock new opportunities, including the ability to move from California to London post-RPM to tackle the role that was most exciting for my career growth. I can’t recommend this program enough."
Christina Lauro | RPM '18
“RPM showed me how to build empathy for all facets of my teams, from product design to engineering, how to have soft influence, and the importance of transparency and strong collaboration. I joined the Facebook Stories team after graduating from the RPM Program — while there I focused on everything from how to build scalable products for public figures and creators to challenging existing product principles around how Feed and Stories could work more closely together. Since then I’ve moved to Instagram where I’m now working on Transparency & Control initiatives for Feed. Throughout my time in the program and after as an alumni, I’ve felt incredibly empowered and supported by the network and mentorship in this community, and if I had to do it all over again I absolutely would.”
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