Facebook is looking for talented, highly motivated university students for our Network Engineering team. As a member of the team, you will work alongside experienced Backbone, Data Center, Production Engineers (Network) on a large-scale global network.
Your primary function will be to ensure that the network and its related services are reliable, robust and can scale to meet the challenges of serving over a billion people. Automation and continuous improvement are the keys to meeting our demands; you will be responsible for developing and deploying network designs, automation systems and network performance improvements into our production network.
Do you want to solve problems that can only be seen in large scale environments? Do you want to work on one of the most dynamic, fast-paced networks in the world? Do you want to develop innovative solutions to our challenges and ship them into production? Then this is the opportunity for you!
Network Engineer, Intern Responsibilities
Manage and maintain multi-vendor, multi-protocol datacenter and backbone networks
Define, and develop optimized network monitoring and automation systems
Partner alongside the best engineers in the industry on the coolest stuff around, the code and systems you work on will be in production and used by millions of users all around the world
Currently has, or is in the process of obtaining, a BS or MS degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related technical discipline
Experience with managing computer networks
Basic proficiency in UNIX and TCP/IP network fundamentals
Experience coding in at least one language
Ability to learn new development languages (Python and C++ are all in heavy use)
Ability to pick up new concepts around network design and management
Ability to communicate cross-functionally
Must obtain work authorization in the country of employment at the time of hire, and maintain ongoing work authorization during employment
Knowledge of routing protocols such as BGP, and ISIS
Experience of working cross functionally
Intent to return to degree programme