Frontend Engineer, Manage:Auth Worldwide
GitLab's DevOps platform empowers 100,000+ organizations to deliver software faster and more efficiently. We are one of the world’s largest all-remote companies with 1,400+ team members and values that guide a culture where people embrace the belief that everyone can contribute.
GitLab is looking to fill their Frontend Engineer position within the Manage:Auth team. In this role you'll be working on critical, foundational parts of the application, responsible for handling the authentication and authorization of secure, but accessible resources.
About the Auth group
The Auth group is focused on building and supporting all use-cases related to authenticating and authorizing users and groups and providing them with access to important resources. With such essential workflows and capabilities, it’s vital we provide a great user experience so we provide users with the tools they need to stay secure and scalable.
What we do is important for groups of any size, but especially so for large enterprises or companies operating in regulated environments. Things such as on-/offboarding employees should be automatable, and sensitive information should not be accessed by unauthorized users.
In the Manage:Auth part of GitLab, there’s a great opportunity for bringing our existing workflows to the modern state of frontend engineering. Cascading settings, refining UX workflows for multi-factor authentication, and access restriction, are some of the latest initiatives we’ve pursued to make our product even more lovable by providing smooth and performant solutions.
The following links will provide a glimpse into some of the work in this position:
- Create a download for the Secret when creating an application in Admin / Applications
- Settings Management for Workspace, Group and Project Levels
- Improve UX to emphasize importance of recovery codes
- Convert "Group" -> "Members" list view from HAML to Vue
- Restrict access to group by IP address
More information about the Frontend Engineer role and our hiring process can be found here.
- Product company experience, with a record of working on the same product over an extended period of time
- Startup experience: mentally tough and ready for change.
- Experience with writing automated tests (eg. Jest, Karma, Jasmine, Mocha, AVA, tape)
- Experience using Git in a professional/workplace environment
- A solid understanding in core web and browser concepts (eg. how the browser parses and constructs a web page)
- Proficiency in the English language, both written and verbal, sufficient for success in a remote and largely asynchronous work environment
- Demonstrated capacity to clearly and concisely communicate about complex technical, architectural, and/or organizational problems and propose thorough iterative solutions
- Experience with performance and optimization problems and a demonstrated ability to both diagnose and prevent these problems
- Comfort working in a highly agile, intensely iterative software development process
- Demonstrated ability to onboard and integrate with an organization long-term
- Positive and solution-oriented mindset
- Effective communication skills: Regularly achieve consensus with peers, and clear status updates
- An inclination towards communication, inclusion, and visibility
- Self-motivated and self-managing, with great organizational skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work closely with other parts of the organization
- Share our values, and work in accordance with those values
- Ability to thrive in a fully remote organization
- Ability to use GitLab
- Comfort and familiarity with our code review process
To view the full job description and its compensation calculator, view our handbook. The compensation calculator can be found towards the bottom of the page.
Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
Country Hiring Guidelines: GitLab hires new team members in countries around the world. All of our roles are remote, however some roles may carry specific location-based eligibility requirements. Our Talent Acquisition team can help answer any questions about location after starting the recruiting process.
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