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The Contract Manager is responsible for managing the contracting process for sales, procurement and non-sales engagements. At the direction of the Director of Contracts & Legal Operations, the Contract Manager will review, negotiate, and manage all contracts, as well as oversee the overall contracting process.
The Contract Manager is a grade 6.
The Senior Contract Manager is responsible for managing the contracting process for sales, procurement and non-sales engagements, as well as, building and adding to internal standards and documentation to assist in the growth of the team. In addition, Senior Contract Managers will take a leadership role with respect to, (i) mentoring new Contract Managers, and (ii) enablement and training for the GitLab Sales Team.
The Senior Contract Manager is a grade 7.
The Manager, Lead Contract Manager reports to the Sr. Director, Contracts & Legal Operations and is responsible for managing the Contract Managers located globally. They are responsible for the continued growth of the team, as well as, providing leadership in the form of mentoring and creating enablement and training materials for all GitLab Team Members.
The Manager, Lead Contract Manager is a grade 8.
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The next step in the Contract Manager job family is not yet defined at GitLab.
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