The GitLab for Education team’s mission is to facilitate and drive the adoption of GitLab at educational institutions around the globe. We aim to build an engaged community of GitLab evangelists and contributors in the next generation of the workforce and tell the story of how GitLab and DevOps as a discipline, are advancing and transforming teaching, learning, and scientific research.
Education Evangelist reports to the Education Program Manager.
The Education Evangelist is a grade 6.
The Education Program Manager reports to the Sr. Education Program Manager.
The Education Program Manager is a grade 6.
The Senior Education Program Manager reports to the Director, Education or Director of Community relations if there is not a Director, Education.
The Senior Education Program Manager is a grade 7.
This role includes all of the responsibilities of the previous level.
This role includes all of the requirements of the previous level plus:
As the Manager, Education Program, you will be responsible for building our GitLab for Education function.
This role includes all of the elements of the Education Program Manager plus:
The Manager, Education Program is a grade 8.
This role includes all of the requirements of the Education Program Manager plus:
This role includes all of the elements of the Manager, Education Program.
The Manager, Education Program is a grade 9.
In addition to meeting all the requirements of the Manager, Education Program:
The Director, (Head of Education) reports to the Director of Community Relations.
The Director, Education is a grade 10.
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The next step for the Education Evangelist is not yet defined.
The next step for the Senior Education Program Manager is to move to the Manager, Education Program or Senior Manager, Education Program.
The next step for the Senior Manager, Education Program is to move to the Director, Education.
Candidates for positions within the GitLab for Education team 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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