Facebook Offer Evaluation - Negotiating Room?

Amazon 10022004
Jun 4 8 Comments

YOE: 14
TC: 230k (equity appreciation inflated - in reality, it's more like 160k)

Got a Non-Tech Program Manager offer today.

TC: 250K
180k base
20% bonus target
136,000 initial grant (over 4 years)

So I feel like this is a low band IC6 (based on research on Blind) offer based on the bonus target being 20%. Frankly, I am very pleased with the initial offer; however, I'd like to negotiate as much as possible. So, I have a few questions.

1.) What sort of room do I have to negotiate without competing offers? 10%?

2.) I have onsite interviews scheduled (or completed) with four other companies (Google is one). If I get offers at any of these companies, how far can I push?

3.) I will be relocating and my floor for relocation was 250K, but my target was 300K. Is this still a realistic target?

Thanks for any advice or opinion.

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  • Samsung
    chajimogo

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    chajimogomore
    You may be able to negotiate more on rsus and a one time. sign on bonus. But this is not a product or dev role so don’t expect the high Tcs often reported here
    Jun 4 1
    • Amazon 10022004
      OP
      Yeah. I was going off of a thread from mid 2018 that seemed to have a really reliable report. Certainly not expecting 400k+ that gets thrown around here often. At least not yet.
      Jun 4
  • Facebook / Eng
    deepanalys

    Facebook Eng

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    deepanalysmore
    This is so much lower than E5 pay.
    Jun 4 3
    • Amazon 10022004
      OP
      Yeah, it really is. We’re only products of our experiences and mine didn’t lead me down the programming path.
      Jun 4
    • Facebook / Eng
      deepanalys

      Facebook Eng

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      deepanalysmore
      It's never too late, if you're interested in engineering.
      Jun 4
    • Amazon 10022004
      OP
      I’ve been learning Python in my spare time for the last 4-5 months. I’ve run through a few online courses and completed Automate the Boring Stuff. Now I’m working on a few open source data projects to actually use the skills. In the meantime, I’ve got to continue to earn a living!
      Jun 5
  • Amazon / Product MDMA90
    Is the position in Bay Area?
    Jun 4 1

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