Product Designers follow the Engineering hiring process.
Each Product Designer candidate is interviewed by a panel of interviewers that include:
A detailed description of each stage of our interview process is available along with the job description.
We have established a set of questions we ask at each stage of the process. All questions are available in the Greenhouse scorecard for the candidate. We ask the same questions to every candidate to ensure fairness–during the interview and when evaluating each candidate.
An interview rubric has been defined that provides a set of positive answer traits and characteristics to look out for when asking each of the Greenhouse interview questions. It's recommended that you:
Use this rubric comparison/assessment to help with your final scorecard assessment prior to your scorecard submission.
Any Product Designer can participate in the hiring process after completing the company interview training and a Product Design-specific interview training. These trainings will teach you how to perform successful interviews at GitLab.
In the last steps of the training, you will:
You may request additional shadow opportunities, if you'd like additional practice and support.
Everyone who interviews a candidate must complete a scorecard and is required to input pros and cons as well as an overall recommendation.
This Justification should provide a summary of all the submitted Scorecards while incorporating any additional commentary around how the hiring manager plans on helping the candidate be successful.
thumbs-upon the Collaboration value from the scorecards, pick the
starto summarize that feedback. You do not need to leave notes.