What is #LifeatAF? How can we crystalize its DNA into one eye-catching sentence for you? Our culture is defined by our people! Everyone is an approachable professional, tenacious and versatile, a challenging team member, and a respected and valued mentor.

As AppsFlyer continues to grow in the US, we’re looking for a well rounded Senior Partner Development Manager who’s extremely passionate about mobile and analytics. This is an opportunity to help build on AppsFlyer's 8,000+ partner ecosystems! This position will require you to be a self-starter, hands-on, and proactive in developing, fostering, and growing partner relationships. The right candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment, possess a technically savvy communication style, and the ability to leverage their knowledge of the mobile ecosystem. 

What You'll Do:

  • Develop, nurture, and grow partnerships with top-tier companies in the mobile ecosystem
  • Articulate and communicate AppsFlyer’s solutions, distinctive competencies, and its unique advantages in the marketplace
  • Lead technical partner integration discussions and demonstrate API examples
  • Distill key functionality and platform benefits into core product marketing messages
  • Provide continued partner training through webinars, workshops, and face to face meetings, etc
  • Create and provide continuous product and competitive feedback through internal feedback loops

What You Have:

  • BA/BS degree or equivalent
  • 4+ years partner development experience in mobile, online advertising, or SaaS
  • Have an understanding of the business aspects of mobile app development 
  • Excellent ability to present complex technical information in a clear and concise manner to a variety of audiences, technical and non-technical, while working in close liaison with partners, internal stakeholders, and customers
  • Strong service oriented mentality to support partner needs with a proactive attitude and excellent project, organizational and time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to persistently follow up on opportunities, nurture business relationships

Bonus Points:

  • Being introduced by an AppsFlyer team member is a plus!

 

 

 

 

As a global company operating in 18 countries across 5 continents, we reflect the human mosaic of the diverse and multicultural world in which we live. We ensure equal opportunities for all of our employees and promote the recruitment of diverse talents to our global teams without consideration of race, gender, culture, or sexual orientation. We value and encourage curiosity, diversity, and innovation from all our employees, customers, and partners.

“As a Customer Obsessed company, we must first be Employee Obsessed. We need to make sure that we provide the team with the tools and resources they need to go All-In.” Oren Kaniel, CEO

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