What is Autograph?

Autograph is an NFT platform that brings together the most iconic brands and legendary names in sports, entertainment and culture to create unique digital collections and experiences for our users. Co-founded by Tom Brady and headquartered in Los Angeles, Autograph is ushering in a new era of collecting through a streamlined and inclusive process, authentic and creative products and exclusive partnerships. 

The Role:

Autograph is looking for a Drop Design & Architecture Director to lead drop architecture decision making including but not limited to price, quantity, utility and more. This person will be a visionary who loves to use both their left and right brains to advance our product offerings.  This person will already have experience and deep knowledge in Web3. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Bring a deep understanding of Web3 and evolving trends in order to provide ongoing insight to cross functional stakeholders
  • Work cross-functionally and very closely with partnerships, business affairs, business operations, creative, marketing, strategy, finance, technology and other groups in order to:
    • Fully understand each partner, their intellectual property, their audience and patterns of engagement, their specific goals related to NFTs, and their timelines.
    • Build product launch roadmaps (go-to-market plans) for each partner and each drop, taking into account data on past performance, best practices on drops, evolving trends, and partner input
    • Develop roadmaps that include critical details, including the number of drops, their cadence and timing, the type of drop (auction vs. direct sale), price, quantity, utility, and gamification elements
    • Innovate constantly, creating new and engaging ways to provide value to our partners and our community, and running experiments throughout the road map to test impact and effectiveness

Minimum Qualifications

  • 10+ years work experience, with Web3 experience required, in addition to go-to-market strategy, gaming and/or crypto experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Entrepreneurial spirit and team oriented.
  • Sports, entertainment or tech industry experience.
  • Deep knowledge of NFT space specifically.

At Autograph, we value variety in our team, and we know diversity and differences make us better and smarter. To best reflect and represent our partners, customers, and the culture around us, we strive to create a team that brings to bear different backgrounds, viewpoints, and experiences. We are actively working to create a work community here at Autograph which promotes equity and inclusion for all. This is what our audiences and communities deserve. We believe that equal opportunity helps us all to succeed and thrive. If you see a position that looks exciting, and where you feel you can contribute your insights and talents, we welcome your interest in joining the Autograph community.

 

Autograph offers a full slate of benefits in addition to competitive compensation and equity compensation, including; medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k), life and disability coverages, flexible spending account, and a parental leave program. We also offer flexible time off and well-being support – including physical, mental, and financial wellness resources, and an employee discount program.

 

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