Executive Business Administrators (EBAs) at GitLab toggle seamlessly between various systems including Google Workspace, Slack, TripActions, Zoom, and GitLab to accomplish an array of tasks, while staying focused on prioritization and escalating urgent issues. EBAs at GitLab are self-driven, collaborative, and agile team members who are experienced in managing multiple priorities, juggling various responsibilities, and anticipating the executive's needs. EBAs at GitLab are exceptionally organized, relentlessly resourceful, calm under pressure, and strategic multitaskers with a deep love of logistics and the ability to thrive in a dynamic start-up environment.
Executive Business Administrators (Associate) typically report to a leader they support.
The Executive Business Administrator is a grade 5.
Executive Business Administrators (Intermediate) typically report to directly to a leader they support.
The Executive Business Administrator is a grade 6.
Senior Executive Business Administrators who support an E-Group member report directly to their leader or to the Chief of Staff for their Division (if applicable).
The Senior Executive Business Administrator is a grade 7.
The Manager, Executive Business Administrator is a job grade 8.
The Staff Executive Business Administrator to the CEO reports to the Chief of Staff to the CEO
The Staff Executive Business Administrator to the CEO is a grade 8.
An Executive Business Administrator's career path can take various routes depending on the long term career goals and aspirations of an EBA. One path that is routinely taken is that of a career EBA and is someone who is passionate about being in the EBA role for the long-term resulting in becoming a Senior, Staff, or Principal EBA at GitLab to a member of our E-Group. Another path that is open to an EBA is one where they decide to leverage their experience as an EBA to transition into a new role such as (but not limited to) a Chief of Staff, Project Manager, Recruiter, Corporate Events Manager, Business Analyst, Executive Communications, PR, Internal Communications, People Connect Specialist, People Business Partner, etc.
Applicants for this position can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please note that depending on what level of role GitLab is hiring for, the hiring process and order of interviews may differ. Please keep in mind that applicants 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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