: Curation Strategy Manager


Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. 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 empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities - we're just getting started.


Facebook is seeking an individual who is passionate about journalism and media to help our teams create premium content experiences. This position will be responsible for coordinating strategy for products that involve content curation, including news, video and entertainment, and for ensuring seamless communication and planning across numerous experiences.

The focus of this role will be on supporting and developing roadmaps for the content curation team, ensuring that our curators are equipped with the best systems, tools and data as they work on products such as Facebook News and other relevant products. The role requires high-level strategic planning and detailed operational execution. The ideal candidate is data-driven, has the ability to synthesize media trends, and has an intuitive grasp of how product teams build high quality content experiences that people trust. An ability to work cross-functionally, understanding how to incorporate legal and policy considerations in product launches, is also a must. Experience in journalism, media or news environments is a plus.

Required Skills

  • Drive strategy bridging short-term execution and long-term collaboration
  • Identify opportunities to leverage existing work across new products
  • to introduce efficiencies across products
  • and to enhance the ability of the curation team to create premium content experiences
  • Analyze product and team performance, synthesize customer feedback and advocate for improvements
  • Manage comprehensive, cross-functional activities including testing, positioning, policy, and product documentation
  • Conceive of and create compelling presentations for internal and external audiences
  • Partner with the Product Management, Media Partnerships, Engineering, Sales, Communications and other key teams
  • Conduct qualitative and quantitative competitive analysis across the industry

Employee Testimonials

Edward Fagin (Photo credit: Ryan Mack)
Edward Fagin
Engineering Manager

I'm an engineering manager on our real-time infrastructure team, and my team focuses on GraphQL Subscriptions — a component of the widely-used GraphQL open source query language for APIs — that makes it easier for engineers to build real-time features into their products. At Facebook, this framework powers a number of features that people use every day, including comment-typing indicators and streaming reactions on live videos.

At Facebook, you have the opportunity to contribute to an incredibly wide range of infrastructure projects. While our engineers have a variety of expertise, they share a passion for solving complex engineering challenges at scale. It's humbling to know that everything you work on can potentially impact more than two billion people around the world.

Vaneeta Singh (Photo credit: Ryan Mack)
Vaneeta Singh
Engineering Manager

We develop the network software for Facebook applications on iOS and Android platforms. This includes measuring and improving performance, reliability, security, and efficiency of network communication with Facebook servers. Getting the most out of a diverse set of worldwide mobile networks, and millions of handsets with a wide range of hardware capabilities is challenging as well as fun. All this while we play good citizens in these networks and are mindful of the device battery, storage, and data consumption.