Data-driven decision-making is how successful app makers dominate the charts. We've got the tools they need to understand the app store and we're looking for a driven and passionate individual to introduce our reports and services to the world.
We’re looking for a Community Manager to join our team and energize our community of app makers. As Community Manager, you’ll be responsible for communicating appFigures to the world through social media and IRL events. Our audience is hungry for insights, and lives and breathes social media. Like every member of the appFigures, team you'll also be involved in making decisions about product development and the user experience.
The Lead Generation Associate is responsible for generating, prospecting and qualifying new leads for appFigures' sales team. The Lead Generation Associate is responsible for building out the company's sales funnel, in conjunction with the Sales Manager. A proven ability to research well and work well on a team is pivotal.
We're looking for sharp-minded number crunchers to help us make sense of the app industry. You'll be responsible for working with complicated data sets to enable our users to learn more about the app store and bring them more value.
We're looking for a sys admin to help us maintain and scale the appFigures infrastructure as well as the code that runs on it. You'll be responsible the uptime and performance of a myriad of datasets and systems critical to our product. Like every member of the appFigures team, you'll also be involved in making decisions about product development and the user experience.
We use MySQL for storage, Sphinx for search, and Redis/Memcached for caching. That's where most of your work will be and that's all on Linux. We do have some Windows machines as well, but you'll be spending less than 10% of your time with them.
One of the reasons we started appFigures was to create a place where we would love to work. That's why we sweat the small details to bring every team member some of the best, most thought-out benefits around: