As a GitLab Community Advocate, you will be a member of the Community Advocacy team within Community Relations, with a goal of responding to questions about GitLab asked online. You will help to create processes and documentation around the way the team interacts with the community, as well as help make it easier to provide feedback about GitLab. Most importantly, you will play an active role in connecting experts within the GitLab team to our wider community. With this, you will be contributing to ensure that the GitLab team continues to remain engaged with our community, to provide the best answers we can give, and to actively listen and act on their feedback as the company scales.
The Community Advocate is a grade 5.
The Junior Community Advocate is a grade 5.
Junior Community Advocates share the same responsibilities and requirements as the Community Advocate listed above, but typically join with less or alternate experience in one of the key areas of expertise (and understanding of Git and modern development practises, knowledge of multiple programming languages, experiences working with different online developer communities etc).
The Senior Community Advocate is a grade 6.
Senior Community Advocates share the same responsibilities and requirements as the Community Advocate listed above, but typically join with more experience in the key areas of expertise. A Senior Community Advocate will also:
The Manager, Community Advocate is a grade 8.
The Senior Manager, Community Advocate is a grade 9.
In addition to meeting the requirements of a Manager, Community Advocate, the Senior Manager will have the following:
The next step in a Senior Manager, Community Advocate's career at GitLab would be Director, Community Relations.
Candidates for this position can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please keep in mind that candidates can be declined from the position at any stage of the process. To learn more about someone who may be conducting the interview, find their job title on our team page.
Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
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