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Evangelist Programs

Evangelist Program Manager

As the Evangelist Program Manager, you will be responsible for enabling members from the GitLab community to evangelize GitLab.

Job Grade

The Evangelist Program Manager is a grade 6.

Responsibilities

  • Assist people with writing blog posts about GitLab. Curate topics, introduce people to industry influencers, cross-post to our blog, give incentives. Result is the number of blog posts and views per month.
  • Assist people giving talks about GitLab. Pair people with requests from event organizers, sponsor events, ensure their travel is paid for, introduce them to subject leaders in the company. Result is the number of talks and audience members per month.
  • Assist people with organizing meetups about GitLab. Have a starter package, surface interesting content, pair them with influencers, pay for location and food costs. Result is the number of meetups and meetup visitors per month.

Requirements

  • You have 5-7 years of experience running developer relations or community advocacy programs, preferably open source in nature.
  • Inquisitive and data focused in your approach to building and nurturing communities.
  • You have experience facilitating sensitive and complex community situations with humility, empathy, judgment, tact, and humor.
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • Familiarity with developer tools, Git, Continuous Integration, Containers, and Kubernetes.
  • Experience in communicating with writers on a range of technical topics is a plus.
  • Ability to use GitLab.
  • You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.

Career Ladder

The next step in the Evangelist Programs job family is not yet defined at GitLab.

Compensation

Components

Compensation at GitLab consists of:

  1. Base salary
  2. Options
  3. Bonus in some functions
  4. Discretionary bonus
  5. Retirement contributions in eligible regions
  6. Pay for equipment
  7. Remote work
  8. Unlimited time off
  9. Benefits

About GitLab

GitLab Inc. is a company based on the GitLab open-source project. GitLab is a community project to which over 2,200 people worldwide have contributed. We are an active participant in this community, trying to serve its needs and lead by example. We have one vision: everyone can contribute to all digital content, and our mission is to change all creative work from read-only to read-write so that everyone can contribute.

We value results, transparency, sharing, freedom, efficiency, self-learning, frugality, collaboration, directness, kindness, diversity, inclusion and belonging, boring solutions, and quirkiness. If these values match your personality, work ethic, and personal goals, we encourage you to visit our primer to learn more. Open source is our culture, our way of life, our story, and what makes us truly unique.

Top 10 reasons to work for GitLab:

  1. Work with helpful, kind, motivated, and talented people.
  2. Work remote so you have no commute and are free to travel and move.
  3. Have flexible work hours so you are there for other people and free to plan the day how you like.
  4. Everyone works remote, but you don't feel remote. We don't have a head office, so you're not in a satellite office.
  5. Work on open source software so you can interact with a large community and can show your work.
  6. Work on a product you use every day: we drink our own wine.
  7. Work on a product used by lots of people that care about what you do.
  8. As a company we contribute more than we take, most of our work is released as the open source GitLab CE.
  9. Focused on results, not on long hours, so that you can have a life and don't burn out.
  10. Open internal processes: know what you're getting in to and be assured we're thoughtful and effective.

See our culture page for more!

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