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Our Pipeline Security team provide confidence in software by increasing visibility into code change impacts in GitLab. There are two categories in Pipeline Security - Secrets Management and Build Artifacts. You'll be collaborating directly with the researcher and feature team, working on things like all facets of research and balancing forward-looking work with current usability problems. One of the key initiatives you'll tackle in the immediate term is designing the new GitLab-native Secrets Manager experience!
Secrets management is a key product investment area for GitLab, so this is a great opportunity to work on a part of the product with a large focus.
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Product Designers are highly collaborative roles at GitLab - you're part of the Product Design org, you report into a Product Design Manager, but work to embed yourself into the feature team that you're working on. You will become an expert in this area, and eventually the broader GitLab product.
Secrets Management: This category is a key product investment area for GitLab. The team’s current focus is to deliver a GitLab-first functionality that can connect to 3rd party application secrets so that teams can safely deploy software. This year’s focus is to provide advanced security and compliance within GitLab. Next to that, we’re working to: Improve the user experience for CI variables settings; Prototype a native secrets manager to better understand how our customers are using secrets to secure workflows; Validate technical and user constraints to the GitLab-native secrets manager experience.
Build Artifacts: This category covers the experiences related to the display of artifact data. The team plans to release UI functionality allowing the bulk delete of build artifacts through the Artifacts page. There are no additional planned features for Build Artifacts in FY24 (2023-02 to 2024-01).
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 to 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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