A member of the IAC family, Apalon is a leading developer of iOS and Android mobile applications for consumers and businesses around the world. With one of the world’s largest app portfolios and over 1 million subscribers, Apalon’s products reach more than 20 million monthly active users. Well-known titles include Speak & Translate, Weather Live, NOAA Radar, Scanner for Me and many more. A unique blend of passion and skills are at the core of our company’s DNA, driving our team to produce top-rated, award-winning mobile experiences for millions of people around the world every year. Apalon’s sister companies in Mosaic Group include iTranslate (Apple Design Award Winner 2018), Teltech (#1 spam call prevention app - RoboKiller) and Daily Burn (top-rated health and fitness company). 

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Axios: IAC's plan to build out $200 million mobile unit

We are looking for a motivated General Manager, with a growth mindset,  who is passionate about building businesses and teams to lead and own the end-to-end success of our disruptive company. Joining at an early stage in this new venture, you will take an active role in strategic decisions and the overall direction of the business.

In This Role You Will

Set the vision for the company and define the overall strategy from launch to scale, including long-term goals to achieve consistent results and exponential growth. 

Objectives of this Role

  • Set and drive the Apalon vision, international growth and operational strategy
  • Lead a geographically dispersed team of more than 200 multi-functional employees with full P&L responsibility
  • Translate strategy into actionable goals for performance and growth; implement org-wide goal setting, performance management, and annual operating planning
  • Oversee company operations and employee productivity, building a highly inclusive culture ensuring team members thrive, and organizational outcomes are met
  • Work with Mosaic and Apalon leadership to expand Apalon presence internationally
  • Adhere to company, federal, state, and local business requirements, enforcing compliance and taking action when necessary

Responsibilities

  • Analyze internal operations and identify areas of process enhancement
  • Develop actionable business strategies and plans that ensure alignment with short-term and long-term objectives, created in tandem with Mosaic Leadership
  • Partner with Apalon Product & Engineering leads to innovate on Apalon product offerings
  • Partner with Apalon Marketing department as we expand globally; provide thought leadership on marketing strategy and efficiencies
  • Build and prepare reports for Apalon Leadership, and Mosaic Executives
  • Maintain and build trusted relationships with Apalon team, clients, partners, and other misc. Stakeholders
  • Coach employees as needed

 Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, or related field
  •  8+ years experience in executive leadership positions, preferably in the mobile application or software/SaaS space
  • Proven and demonstrable experience in achieving revenue growth
  • Ability to lead globally dispersed teams
  • Flexible leadership skills, with steadfast resolve and personal integrity
  • Understanding of advanced business planning and global regulatory issues – ideally be able to project business forecasts 3+ years into the future
  • Confident decision maker, with a solid grasp of data & analytics, and mobile performance metrics
  •  Solutions focused
  • Ability to diagnose problems quickly and have foresight into potential issues; aptitude for problem-solving

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in business or related field
  • Experience developing mobile applications on iOS or Android
  • International mobile experience – US, EU, APAC
  • Russian fluency 

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