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Launched in late 2016, Facebook Supplier Diversity helps qualified diverse-owned companies do business with Facebook and with the people and communities that Facebook connects. Our vision is to leverage the power and scale of our platforms and services to transform the way diverse suppliers connect to customers, each other, and the tools and resources to grow.Facebook has now spent more than $1.1 billion cumulatively with US companies certified as minority (diverse suppliers). In 2019 alone, Facebook spent $515 million with diverse suppliers in categories spanning creative services, network infrastructure, facilities management and more. In January 2020, we began a global rollout of our supplier diversity program to increase opportunities for diverse suppliers located outside of the US. In June, we announced our commitment to increase our annual spend to at least $1 billion with diverse suppliers by the end of 2021. This commitment includes a specific goal to spend a minimum of $100 million with Black-owned companies.A change of this magnitude comes with a significant amount of passion and commitment. FRL (Facebook Reality Labs) team within Facebook is advancing this commitment by investing and procuring goods and services relevant to FRL from US companies certified as minority (diverse suppliers). In support of this effort, a new role within the FRL devices team has been created. You are responsible for helping to ensure the efficiency, accountability, and scalability of FRL’s Supplier Diversity Program; ensuring that relevant data and its sources are identified and maintained, analysis leads to actionable insights, and trust in our public reporting is reinforced through rigorous and transparent systems and process documentation. You will also support a cross-functional research agenda to better understand how diverse-owned companies operate in our supply chain and use our products. You should have a technical, analytical, and solutions-oriented mindset with a passion for using data to address social and economic inequity.
Lead the production of Facebook Supplier Diversity’s annual report to the community including ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the data and coordinating internal partners in finance, communications, marketing, policy, internal audit, and enterprise products to deliver the final product
Understand diverse supplier data and use that data to identify trends, actionable insights, and be able to tell a compelling story to cross-functional partners
Build and maintain reports, dashboards, and metrics to monitor the Supplier Diversity program’s key performance indicators
Address data integrity issues and work to solve root cause process or systems issues by partnering with Enterprise Engineering
Respond to (or triage) any and all requests related to diverse supplier data with minimal guidance or oversight
Document requirements with stakeholders, and partner with other teams on broader changes to core dashboards and solutions
Project manage data and process improvements with third parties
BA/BS in a field that emphasizes data analysis and visualization (e.g., computer science, social sciences, physical sciences, math, engineering, or statistics), or equivalent work experience
3+ years working in data and analytics
Experience with SQL (or similar language aimed at querying relational databases). Experience working with Tableau (or similar data visualization tools)
Experience with Excel
Experience manipulating large data sets through statistical software or other methods. Experience processing and analyzing data sets
Experience knowing when a question requires reporting on data vs. statistical analysis
Experience with R, Python, or a similar scripting language
Experience working with finance data (e.g. AP, supplier master, and other source-to-pay analytics) project management experience
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.
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