Contractor at fb

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JPMorgan Chase
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Sep 7, 2018 12 Comments

I’m getting $68/h for an applications engineer role at FB mpk as contractor, my agency can’t tell me the markup margin. What is the average for this role? Any contractors in here?

Edit 1: My contract is about to be renewed, I think that my agency is being greedy, so I’m looking for comparison rates for me to level things up. So far I found it to be 87~95 for my yoe. Thoughts?

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  • The simplest way you can get to know exact money they are asking for you from Fb is by following these steps:

    1-make friends with someone in Fb erp oracle team who has access to oracle prod and test environments. Ask Helpdesk on who can fix your oracle issues and they will direct you to that team.. incase you are wondering where to find this team..

    2- ideally that someone should have access to purchasing and po entry user. Specifically Iprocurement .

    3. Ask him to run a query in back end in po headers all as well as ap invoices all where vendor name like and if I recall it also has description of vendor services or professional service or consultant..

    4. Once you narrow down in sql look for requisition or po or invoice then ask ur friend from step 1 to login to the oracle test environment and download attachment from these documents related fo req or po or invoice to see in excel how much they asked for you..
    Sep 7, 2018 1
  • Apple / Eng JobsHand
    You are getting ripped off
    Sep 7, 2018 1
    • Facebook / Eng
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      Facebook Eng

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      JPMorgan Chase
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      Please elaborate
      Sep 7, 2018
  • Uber / Eng
    meowimacat

    Uber Eng

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    Im a cat 🐈! Meowww...
    meowimacatmore
    Do you still get to have the free food if you are a contractor? Are you treated differently from the FTE?
    Sep 7, 2018 3
    • Google Anongon
      That's how it is. You don't need credit, it's not like contractors are subject to a performance review.

      The FTE is the owner of the business area they're managing. They decided to hire a contractor because they needed a temporary resource.
      Sep 7, 2018
    • Pinterest candhdgyd
      Friend of mine contracted at FB and had a good experience. Similar to what above person said, but she got credit for the work she did and they threw her a farewell when she left. The only perks she said she missed were the gym and the on-site health care.
      Sep 7, 2018
  • Wipro / Eng
    techbee

    Wipro Eng

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    Thomson Reuters
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    Devops and big data. 15+ yrs exp
    techbeemore
    30% for direct client + 10% for each layer
    Sep 7, 2018 0
  • Facebook yPRV73
    YOE?
    Sep 7, 2018 1
    • Facebook / Eng
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      Facebook Eng

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      JPMorgan Chase
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      I
      @ L A Smore
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      Going 5 now
      Sep 7, 2018
  • Pinterest candhdgyd
    Don't know the specifics, but generally there contracting companies take 20-40%
    Sep 7, 2018 0

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