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Director of Partnerships

Job Grade

The Director, Partnerships is a grade 10.

Responsibilities

  • Identify and cultivate strategic relationships with current and potential technology partners and large enterprises.
  • Develop (and act on) collaboration plans for key partners, and develop product adoption and customer success plans.
  • Lead and develop differentiated relationships between GitLab and our technology partners' teams. This includes partners executive leaders, product managers, engineering, sales and marketing.
  • Act as a liaison between internal teams at GitLab and strategic partners to communicate about feature requests, product roadmap, and how the alliance influences timing and direction.
  • Understand the relative strength of competitors within strategic partners, if any.
  • Evaluate effectivity of partner relationships and engagements in delivering positive ROI.
  • Speak regularly in public as the voice for GitLab and the partner
  • SA level expertise with GitLab AND the partners technology

Requirements

  • You know the DevOps software ecosystem like the back of your hand.
  • You’re comfortable with code, and enjoy talking with developers and engineering directors alike.
  • You’ve shown that you can build long term (international) strategic relationships, preferably involving open source software.
  • You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.
  • Leadership at GitLab
  • Ability to use GitLab

Career Ladder

The next step in the Director, Partnerships job family is not yet defined at GitLab.

Hiring Process

TODO

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