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As a Senior Backend Engineer in our Govern: Authentication group, you'll play a key role in the implementation of various authentication strategies and improving access management for our users. The Govern: Authentication group works across many core components that are used by not only external users but also by the rest of the GitLab teams, allowing you to make a direct impact on GitLab product.
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Authentication and authorization is often the first experience a user would have with GitLab and due to our direct impact on the security posture and management of often tens of thousands of users, you'd be able to see the result of your contributions towards our users and the business. The team is composed of experienced engineers in the access and authorization domain who are excellent peers to learn from. Thanks to our Transparency value, you can see what we are working on in our Team page.
Please note that we welcome interest from candidates with varying levels of experience; many successful candidates do not meet every single requirement. Additionally, studies have shown that people from underrepresented groups are less likely to apply for a job unless they meet every single qualification. If you're excited about this role, please apply and allow our recruiters to assess your application.
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