Apple seeks App Store maestro for A/NZ

"Editorial programmer" to produce content for Australia/New Zealand App Store

Apple has advertised for an Australian/New Zealand "editorial programmer" for its iTunes App Store. According to the May 10 job advertisement posted at and at the company's own jobs site, the position will involve working with the global App Store team in Cupertino and Europe, World Wide Developer Relations team in Australia, and Apple's product management team.

The advertisement states that the editorial programmer "will be responsible for the selection and promotion of all featured content on the desktop, as well as device Application (App) Stores."

The editorial programmer's responsibilities include creating an editorial plan for the App Store in Australia and New Zealand, developing "new strategies for app discovery", finding new apps and creating weekly featured content for the App Store.

The advertisement comes ahead of the May 28 Australian launch of Apple's iPad.

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