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We're looking for a Senior Product Manager to make finding anything in the one DevSecOps Platform easy and delightful. Your goals are to improve the overall search experience within GitLab, across all of the content within our single application. You'll ensure the solution can scale from small self-managed instances to large deployments like GitLab.com. An ideal candidate has a proven track record of delivering great search experiences at scale, and is familiar with the rapidly changing landscape of recommendation and search systems.
Check out our Global Search and Code Search Handbook pages to learn more.
We also recommend looking at our company page and the product handbook to get started.
Senior Product Managers are leaders and are expected to be experts in their product domain and viewed as such by the community and internally at GitLab. They are expected to prioritize and manage their products with minimal guidance from leadership or other product team members. As a Senior Product Manager at GitLab, you are primarily responsible for:
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