RECUR is building the future of digital collectibles on-chain, known as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) – the newest Unicorn industry.

Global brands are interested in venturing into NFTs to establish new connections with their fans. However, they are very careful about who they work with, especially in the cutting-edge world of blockchain. RECUR is founded by the perfect blend of leaders in the brand licensing space and technology leaders from top cryptocurrency exchanges, digital asset trading desks, financial institutions, and blockchain software companies. Investors include Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, Winklevoss Twins, Courtside VC, Hashed, and many more. 

RECUR is seeking an Associate Art Director to join its team full-time, where you will be focused on designing assets across RECUR experiences, specific to our entertainment brands. 

This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing team, where you will build experiences for some of the most coveted brands in the world on innovative, creative projects in the nascent and growing NFT space.

What you will do at RECUR

  • Support the Creative Director with the development of concepts, strategies, and client presentations.
  • Work closely with Senior Producer to manage deliverables, assuring quality art is delivered on a timely basis.
  • Manage and supervise multiple projects and teams, including external vendors and contractors.
  • Oversee the creation of new and original designs from scratch based on client specification, needs and brand image
  • Maintain reliable and impeccable files organization for ease of collaboration
  • Design and implement go-forward processes to streamline video post-production workflows
  • Develop various styles of motion graphics, including but not limited to title treatments, logos and transitions
  • Conceptualize, design and animate creative solutions to enhance content through the lens of overall strategy and vision of multiple projects
  • Stay on top of industry trends, advancements and new storytelling techniques that could elevate the work
  • Assist in building decks for internal and external presentations
  • Evaluate creative team performance and guide improvements
  • Drive an art culture that enables talent, encourages proactive collaboration, and maximizes team potential to deliver the best possible game experience
  • Provide mentorship to other artists on the team

What you bring to RECUR 

  • 7+ years of relevant experience
  • Experience in Gaming preferred
  • Solid knowledge of marketing, brand, and design principles and development
  • Expert knowledge of Adobe After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Knowledge in 3D software, Cinema 4D or equivalent
  • Experience leading and managing creative teams
  • Portfolio or demo reel is required; a creative ability test may be requested
  • Strong concept and strategy development skills
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills.
  • Strong creative mind
  • Work well with tight deadlines in a team environment
  • Ability to take projects from start to finish with minimal supervision
  • Ability to take feedback as a process and a means to build something even better
  • High degree of organization with ability to deliver work in a timely fashion and meet scheduled deadlines
  • Ability to learn quickly, produce in a fast-paced environment and work well under pressure
  • Detail orientation with ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously to completion and follow-through to resolve any outstanding issues
  • Adaptability to changing circumstances and requirements
  • Positive attitude with ability to establish good relationships and collaborate with other departments
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Nice to have

  • Experience with motion graphics a plus
  • Creation of NFTs

Benefits & Perks 

  • Commitment to being a remote-first company & embracing remote work best practices
  • Company sponsored Health, Dental and Vision Benefits
  • 3 weeks paid vacation, 10 company holidays and paid parental leave
  • Industry focused lunch and learns, company swag and the and flexibility to get the tooling you need to do your best work
  • The chance to work with incredibly passionate people on a mission to shape an industry! 

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