App Store Business Manager - UK & Ireland, parental leave

London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Software and Services


Weekly Hours: 35
Role Number:200555371
The App Store is the world's largest and most innovative software store, serving hundreds of millions of iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, iMessage and Mac customers. We are looking for a dynamic individual with a passion for the business of apps to help support the growth of developers based in the UK and Ireland.


Manage and expand business relationships with existing and prospective developers ranging from small businesses to large, complex organisations. Offer developers expertise to help them make better decisions in every aspect of their business, so that they are fully set up for success. Use metrics and best practices to look at third-party businesses and be able to provide well-informed guidance and insights as a result. Digital content expert: work closely with developers, digital content businesses, as well as multiple cross-functional groups within Apple to help developers be successful on the App Store. Identify new market trends, business opportunities as well as key relationships to be developed. Be aware of upcoming app releases and content events to collaborate with App Store editorial and marketing teams to execute promotional campaigns. Help Apple customers to have a great in-app experience.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A deep passion for apps, mobile technology, and subscriptions.
  • Extensive experience in a relevant function, including: business development, partnership management, product management or management consulting.
  • A clear understanding of how in-app purchases and subscription economics work, and an ability to articulate this in detail to a third-party.

Key Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications

  • An ability to analyse and communicate results clearly and effectively, with proficiency in Excel/Numbers and Keynote.
  • A track record of developing phenomenal presentations and delivering them to both large and small groups, including to senior leaders.
  • Outstanding organisational skills and the ability to balance multiple projects at the same time.
  • Comfortable delivering against tight and sometimes shifting deadlines.
  • An ability to work with international peers collaboratively across timezones.

Education & Experience

Additional Requirements