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Our entire handbook is public. You can find the details of our vision & direction, read through the direction of our Incubation department, and track the OKRs that guide our Single Engineer Groups (SEG).

A brief overview:

As a Fullstack Engineer, Senior Fullstack Engineer, or Staff Fullstack Engineer in the Incubation Engineering Department at GitLab, you will be working on projects that are pre-Product/Market fit. Your focus will be on moving fast, shipping, getting feedback, and iterating on ideas that may contribute to our revenue in 3-5 years' time.

We utilize Single Engineer Groups (SEGs) in our Incubation department. Your role will encompass all of product development; from product management to engineering, design, and quality at the smallest scale. You'll learn from, and collaborate with, larger departments at GitLab.

This SEG we're hiring for is focused on our Low Code / No Code offering. Our aim with our Low Code / No Code offering is to integrate with popular low/no-code platforms as well as provide a low code experience inside of GitLab.

You can read about how we're thinking about this domain space in this drection page. You'll be expected to iterate on this to develop your own vision and direction for Low Code / No Code in this role!

The Incubation Engineering team works transparently and posts weekly updates to YouTube. You can see the team's latest updates in this Youtube playlist.

What you can expect in a Fullstack Engineer role in our Incubation department:

  • Develop features and improvements in a secure, well-tested, and performant way
  • Work closely with company leadership to guide GitLab’s entry into the market represented by this DevOps for Salesforce SEG
  • Interact with community members and help drive initial user adoption
  • Develop strategies for scaling beyond the Incubation phase
  • Craft code that meets our internal standards for style, maintainability, and best practices for a high-scale web environment. Maintain and advocate for these standards through code review.
  • Regularly demonstrate progress to stakeholders

You should apply if:

  • You meet the requirements outlined for the level of role you're applying to in our Backend Engineer job family.
  • You bring strong technical skills and an ability to work across backend, frontend, and infrastructure management code. Experience with Ruby/Rails or Go, Terraform/IaC, and Vue.js are particularly relevant given GitLab’s current tech stack.
  • You demonstrate a desire to work in a “startup within a startup” with a broad scope of ownership and high degree of autonomy.
  • You must be excited about the ability to work independently, or have prior success in a similar "incubation" model.
  • You understand the competitive landscape and market opportunities in the No Code/Low Code domain.
  • You are comfortable with changing direction based on stakeholder feedback and market conditions.
  • You're passionate about great UX. 
  • You have a background in building scalable services.

You'll stand out if you bring experience in

  • Being a prior company technical cofounder.
  • Being an early contributor to a successful open source project.
  • Working successfully on a prior single-engineer group.
  • Extensive familiarity with the GitLab project and application.
  • Working with people around the globe.
  • Have distributed systems experience.
  • Developing Low Code / No Code platforms.

What it’s like to work here at GitLab:

The culture here at GitLab is something we’re incredibly proud of. You’ll spend your time collaborating with kind, talented, and motivated colleagues from across the globe.

Some of the benefits you’ll be entitled to vary by the region or country you’re in. However, all GitLab team members are fully remote and receive a "no ask, must tell" paid-time-off policy, where we don’t count the number of days you take off annually.

You can work incredibly flexible hours, enabled by our asynchronous approach to communication. We’ll also help you set up your home office environment, pay for your membership to a co-working space and contribute to the travel costs associated with meeting other GitLab employees across the world. Also, every year or so, we’ll invite you to our Contribute event.

Our hiring process and compensation:

The hiring process for this Fullstack Engineer position typically follows five stages - a screening call with a recruiter, a conversation with the Hiring Manager, two technical interviews for Frontend and Backend, an architectural discussion, and an optional final stage with an Executive. Our compensation calculator will be shared with candidates selected for a screening call.

For Colorado residents: The base salary range for this role’s listed level is currently $89,600 - $220,400 for Colorado residents only. Grade level and salary ranges are determined through interviews and a review of education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities of the applicant, equity with other team members, and alignment with market data. See more information on our benefits and equity. Sales roles are also eligible for incentive pay targeted at up to 100% of the offered base salary. Disclosure as required by the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, C.R.S. § 8-5-101 et seq.

 

 

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