Team GaryVee Esports Video Creative Resident (NY)

Team GaryVee is seeking an Esports Video Creative with the technical skills required to produce high quality, high volume creative work. The ideal candidate has high interest in the gaming community and is able to create compelling content based on the nuances of each social media platform. We are looking for an energetic and organized individual that has experience with video editing, design and some light copywriting skills. You must be comfortable figuring things out and experimenting to find a breakthrough or optimization. 

The Gaming Resident should thrive in a fast paced environment and work collaboratively with team members to effectively meet the demands of multiple projects. You have proficiency in design and video editing but a hunger to do more video animation and motion graphics. You understand the difference between a creative idea and a tactical execution (based on the nature of the project) are proficient at generating both. You work to stay current with the gaming community, digital technology and trends as well as seek opportunities to improve your art/design skills.

Responsibilities/Expertise Include:

  • Create social assets for robust daily content calendars - static images, photography, gifs, short clips, stories etc. 
  • Manage content calendars and often publish content across social media
  • Great with feedback, iteration and optimization
  • Understand personal branding, with the ability to tell the stories of personalities through high-volume video and image content across the media landscape 
  • Work within a dynamic, nimble team structure to help support and deliver a TON of optimized content weekly 
  • Master the GaryVee content model for how to maximize the impact of all content captured 


  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Proficient in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides
  • Proficient with video editing software (Adobe Premiere, Adobe AfterEffects)

Pluses for:

  • Cinema 4D or other animation software
  • Knowledge of photography and set lighting
  • Relevant trends 

 A Note about Resident roles:

This is one of the few entry level roles at VaynerMedia. The roles are trial period and are 40 hours weekly, paid an hourly rate of $15 per hour. Typical resident roles can be contracted anywhere from 6-12 months.  It is our hope all Team Gary residents grow within their role and eventually could find a place within our team or within the VaynerMedia family.

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