About Blokhaus

Blokhaus is a marketing & communications group specializing in the blockchain and Web3 space. Unlike other categories, blockchain and cryptocurrency projects move at an extraordinary pace, blending popular culture and technology like never before. Blokhaus provides the services needed for projects and brands to resonate with users and stand out from the noise.


We are currently searching for a social media coordinator who is dedicated to immersing themselves in the blockchain space and is capable of developing social media content that will help drive further engagement. Coordinators will work closely with the marketing and communications team to understand project goals, participate in brainstorming processes, produce original content, and execute in line with social media campaigns and project activations.

To be a successful social media coordinator, you should have professional working experience in social media, be especially familiar with navigating online communities, have exceptional writing skills, and have the ability to adapt to the fast-paced world of blockchain. You should be creative, motivated, proactive, and detail-oriented.


  • Develops original social media content
  • Produces simple creative assets for social posting
  • Contributes to internal social media content calendar and handles regular posting across channels
  • Works closely with the social media manager and marketing & communications team 
  • Focuses on using new assets and recycling older assets to develop content
  • Works with brand/organization partners on joint social media activations
  • Coordinates with agency partners on joint activations (e.g. working with influencers) on an ongoing basis
  • Helps search through social media channels for post-worthy content and interact with the Tezos community
  • Handles outreach to Tezos ecosystem/community organizations
  • Regularly navigates and engages with the Tezos community
  • Assists with scripting, copywriting, and text editing
  • Works with the in-house creative team and external talent to develop content
  • Assists with event organization and coordination


  • Bachelor's degree in Media & Communications, Marketing, English, Journalism, or equivalent
  • 1-3 years experience in social media or content marketing, preferably with an agency
  • Passionate about Web3 and blockchain
  • Social media wiz, proficient across leading social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Reddit, YouTube, Twitch, etc.)
  • Ability to translate complex technological solutions into digestible pieces of information that can be easily understood by the general public across social media
  • Proven ability to develop social content with a high-level understanding of best practices across leading social media platforms, SEO, and other digital marketing strategies
  • Comfortable working independently with little direction under tight deadlines
  • Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills with a diligent eye for detail, language, flow, and grammar
  • Proven ability to weave brand voice across multiple platforms
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Portfolio of work across other social media channels preferred


  • Entirely remote
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Competitive compensation 
  • Full benefits
  • Unlimited paid time off

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