The Integrations Engineering job family is responsible for ownership and delivery of the core services and APIs that serve as an enterprise data backbone, using an array of different platforms, APIs, databases, protocols and data formats to ensure that the data and the business processes that intersect in the Enterprise Applications Ecosystem are as efficient and high fidelity as possible. Integrations Engineering works to align Gitlab's Enterprise Architecture by building and maintaining key integrations that connect the GitLab Enterprise Application Ecosystem, from the GitLab product ecosytem to cloud systems.
- Design, develop, and maintain integration flows using an array of different platforms, APIs, databases, protocols and data formats
- Collaborate and review code with other developers in engineering and sales operations to ensure each integration maintains a consistent level of technical standards as set by the team
- Work directly with Business Systems Analysts to ensure that the data and the business processes that intersect in the Enterprise Applications ecosystem are as efficient and high fidelity as possible.
- Write well structured, quality code that’s easily maintainable by others.
- Write code that interacts with various HTTP-based API’s, primarily REST-based.
- Understand basics of SQL and relational databases.
- Proactive doer and communicator.
- SaaS and B2B experience preferred
- Interest in GitLab and open source software
- You share our values and work in accordance with those values
- Aptitude to thrive in a fully remote organization
The Integrations Engineer develops core services and APIs that serve as an enterprise data backbone, identifying elegant solutions to complex workflows.
The Integrations Engineer is a grade 6.
The Integrations Engineer shares the same responsibilities outlined above, plus:
- Document technical details clearly to various stakeholders of different technical levels (VP of IT, Sales Operations, Software Engineer)
- Develop integrations that are designed and implemented as reusable building blocks as appropriate to allow for more efficient integrations of a similar type
- Ability to use GitLab
- BA/BS degree
- 2+ years of application integration experience
Senior Integrations Engineer
The Senior Integrations Engineer is the owner of core services and APIs that serve as an enterprise data backbone, identifying elegant solutions to complex workflows.
The Senior Integrations Engineer is a grade 7.
The Senior Integrations Engineer shares the same responsibilities outlined above, plus:
- Communicate and document technical details clearly to various stakeholders of different technical capabilities (VP of IT, Sales Operations, Software Engineer)
- Ensure that integrations are designed and implemented as reusable building blocks as appropriate to allow for more efficient integrations of a similar type
- Align the Enterprise Architecture by building and maintaining key integrations that connect the GitLab Enterprise Application Ecosystem, from product ecosytem to cloud systems.
- Ability to use GitLab
- BA/BS degree
- 5+ years of application integration experience
Nice to Have
- MacOS experience
- Google Suite experience
- A love of open source
- Experience with SaaS products
- Experience using GitLab/Git
- Evaluating System or Process Efficiency
- Average Merge Request
- Evaluating health of integrations
- Number of integrations implemented that increase the efficiency of the company
- Total hours saved by improving systems integrations
- Number of reference architecture designs
- Ensure that architecture related decisions follow the different department roadmaps
The next step in the Integration Engineering job family is to move a higher level IC role which is not yet defined at GitLab.
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