Corporate Communications managers at GitLab have a unique opportunity to contribute to our mission. Through your leadership, experience, and insight, you will position GitLab as a trustworthy partner to customers with a strong track record of addressing business challenges, increase overall brand awareness, provide air cover for business as a whole, and come up with thought leadership opportunities. This position will work across teams and the globe to develop and execute integrated communications campaigns in line with GitLab initiatives. You will be expected to prioritize and manage your work with minimal guidance from leadership or other corporate communications team members.
We work in a unique way at GitLab, where flexibility and independence meet a high paced, pragmatic way of working. And everything we do is in the open. We recommend looking at our corporate marketing handbook to get started.
The Corporate Communications Manager is a grade 6.
The Senior Corporate Communications Manager is a grade 7.
Manager, Corporate Communications is a grade 8.
Staff Corporate Communications Manager is a grade 8.
Market Justification: The business need for an individual contributor Corporate Communications role is to have a team member with a high level of expertise in Corporate, Internal or Executive Communications to be able to develop programs and run each specialized function. Additionally, this role is specialized due to industry experience required to collaborate with investors, e-group members, board members and other senior stakeholders. Market data yields an output of 35 companies that use this type of level with an average of 2 incumbents.
Senior Manager, Corporate Communications is a grade 9.
The Principal Corporate Communications Manager is a grade 9.
Market Justification: The business need for an individual contributor Corporate Communications role is to have a team member with a high level of expertise in Corporate, Internal or Executive Communications to be able to develop programs and run each business function. Additionally, this role is specialized due to industry experience required to collaborate with investors, e-group members, board members and other senior stakeholders. Survey data yields a return of 18 organizations with an average of 1 incumbent in the principal level within Marketing Communications. A comparable role at GitLab is the Principal Internal Communications Manager.
The Director of Corporate Communications leads the overall corporate communications team, including public relations, executive communication, internal communication and social media work.
The Director of Corporate Communications is a grade 10.
The executive communications manager will work closely with the executive leadership team to develop content for executive speaking opportunities, extend the reach of executive participation in external events, develop a platform for “Pick Your Brain” or other Zoom series, executive contributed articles and more.
The GitLab PR Manager will help GitLab build thought leadership and drive conversation in external communications channels. This position is responsible for developing and driving thought leadership content, securing media coverage for product, partner, channel, community and company announcements and stories, assisting with crisis and rapid response requests, implementing proactive PR campaigns and company award submissions.
The Social Marketing Manager is a key part of building GitLab’s brand into one that is loved by its audience of developers, IT ops practitioners, and IT leaders.
The Principal Internal Communications Manager is part of the Talent Brand team within the PeopleOps group, but works very closely with the Corporate Communications team. Internal Communications plans and improves company-wide team member communications to ensure team members feel informed and heard.
The next step in the Corporate Communications job family is not yet defined at GitLab.
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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