Technical marketing managers at GitLab have a unique opportunity to contribute to our mission:

To change all creative work from read-only to read-write so that everyone can contribute. When everyone can contribute, consumers become contributors, and we greatly increase the rate of human progress.

Technical marketing exists to evangelize our products to both technical and non technical audiences by expressing the technical capabilities of the product as values to our target audiences. As a technical marketing manager at GitLab, you understand our customers, our community, the challenges they face, and how GitLab can solve those challenges for them. You're just as happy talking to and teaching others, as you are heads down learning and using the technology. You will work closely with our marketing, engineering, product, business development, sales team, and partners. You will be responsible for technical marketing content and representing GitLab as a technical evangelist at key trade shows and customer meetings.

Responsibilities

  • Teach our audiences about modern software delivery methods and how it can be valuable to them, introducing them to new concepts which can help them achieve their goals.
  • Showcase the capabilities of GitLab for the use cases which our audiences care about.
  • Produce technical content such as demos, videos, workshops, tutorials, technical white papers, conference presentations, webinars
  • Create, roll out, and maintain technical content such as demos, videos, workshops, tutorials, blogs, and whitepapers to connect GitLab’s capabilities to customer needs.
  • Represent GitLab at customer engagements such as with sales, at conferences, and at community and customer meetups.
  • Provide technical guidance and own demonstrations for analyst report submissions and analyst briefings

Requirements

  • 4 to 6 years of hands-on technical experience deploying, configuring and implementing, enterprise software tools and products such as source code management, CI/CD, release automation, infrastructure management, agile project management.
  • Technical background or good understanding of Application Development and IT operations; familiarity with Git, Continuous Integration, Containers, and Kubernetes a plus.
  • 2-3 years experience developing demos, webinars, videos, technical collateral, ROI/value oriented assessments, etc.
  • Experience with Agile and DevOps methodologies across the software development lifecycle. Preferably in a large enterprise environment.
  • Experience with Software-as-a-Service offerings and open core software a plus.
  • Able to coordinate across many teams and perform in fast-moving startup environment.
  • Proven ability to be self-directed and work with minimal supervision.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communications skills with the ability to explain and translate complex technology concepts into simple and intuitive communications.
  • You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.

Senior Requirements

  • 4-5 years experience independently developing demos, webinars, videos, technical collateral, ROI/value oriented assessments, etc.
  • At least 6 years enterprise software marketing experience, including 4 directly in product marketing
  • In-depth industry experience with Agile and DevOps methodologies across the software development lifecycle. Preferably in a large enterprise environment.
  • Experience designing sales collateral from scratch based on sales conversations, sales calls, product interviews, user interviews, market research, and your own experience.
  • Experience designing and delivering sales enablement training to ensure that salespeople can confidently and accurately deliver GitLab's enterprise value proposition.

Compensation

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Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.

 

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