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Remote Work
Build for the World, From Where You Are
What you can do matters more than where you are when you join Facebook in a remote role. We believe in making sure you have the tools and resources to stay connected to our diverse, vibrant community around the world—as you build for the world.

Explore the possibilities of remote work
We’ve begun to post US-based remote technical positions, and we’ll continue to add more roles and roles in more locations as they become available. Looking for another type of position or want to know when we open remote opportunities outside the US? Let us know you’re interested in remote work, and we’ll contact you if we have remote roles that match your profile.

Remote Work

We are going to be the most forward-leaning company on remote work at our scale, and we’re going to do this over time in a way that is measured, thoughtful, and responsible.
—Mark Zuckerberg, Founder, Chairman and CEO
Remote—not disconnected
We are carefully refining our remote work experience to make sure you feel connected with colleagues and have equal opportunities to make an impact, no matter where you work.


Tools like Workplace and Portal allow you to communicate openly and collaborate seamlessly with teammates—across time zones and geographies—whether you work remotely or at a Facebook location.


Facebook Resource Groups bring together inclusive groups to provide professional development and community support crucial to achieving our mission of bringing the world closer together.


Our extensive learning and development options, including a variety of remote learning resources and trainings, help you grow your skills and your career—at your pace and where you want.

Be Valued

We’re committed to continuing to build a diverse team at Facebook where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued, because diverse perspectives make what we build better. Through our diversity and inclusion focus, we all help build an environment where everyone can contribute their best work.


From Life@ Facebook, our holistic approach to benefits, to fully remote tech support and tools that help managers build the effectiveness of their teams, we make sure you and your loved ones have all the resources you need to thrive.
“We’re adapting to remote work by changing the way we run meetings, hosting town halls, doing video stand-ups, and experimenting with new ways to build community.”
—Jeff R., Engineering Director
“The biggest lesson I’ve learned working remotely is to have patience —with your team, patience with your new ‘coworkers’ (roommates/family/pets), and with yourself. Even though we’re physically apart, we’re all figuring out how to be productive together. Practicing patience and empathy allows us to maintain strong teams, no matter the distance.”
—Alexandra R., Technical Sourcer, Software Engineering
“We do a lot of remote support from the help desk so that our employees can develop as fast as possible with the technology that they need on a daily basis. Any requests or issues, we’re here to help. Remote support empowers us to do that.”
—Jeffrey F., Enterprise Support Tech
“Work life balance is important. You do your best work when you have the opportunity to do it, and when you're not focusing on getting out the door.”
—Ian G., Head of Creative Systems Design, Creative Shop
“Here, it’s not just about finding balance, but making sure you prioritize appropriately, and ruthlessly, to make life work. Our team works together to reprioritize and reschedule meetings to ensure we all protect our varied priorities, like working out in the mornings or helping with kids.”
—Devi M., Head of Sports Partnerships
“My team has tried to keep our culture and dynamic alive while working remotely. Twice a week, we’ve set up ‘optional hang out time’ where we drink coffee and chat about our lives outside of work. We’ve also carved out time in our meetings for conversations that don’t necessarily make it onto the agenda, such as discussions about cross-company initiatives that interest us.”
—Natalia K., Data Scientist, Analytics
Not seeing the right remote role for you?
We’re setting a vision for the future of remote work at Facebook, and we will continue to update this page and our careers-related FAQs as we refine details and add more roles. Right now, remote roles are available in the contiguous US. As we expand the types of positions we offer, we will add opportunities in more locations.

In the meantime, if you’re interested in working for Facebook remotely but don’t see the right role for you, please share your resume or LinkedIn profile and preferences so we can reach out if a role that matches your experience and interests becomes available.
Facebook is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, genetic information, political views or activity, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. You may view our Equal Employment Opportunity notice here. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local law. You may view Facebook's Pay Transparency Policy, Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law notice, and Notice to Applicants for Employment and Employees by clicking on their corresponding links. Additionally, Facebook participates in the E-Verify program in certain locations, as required by law.

Facebook is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at accommodations-ext@fb.com
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