What’s up? We’re VaynerNFT! A brand new part of the VaynerX family, dedicated to building the future of NFTs - partnering with celebrities and brands to make magic happen. Day in and day out, we propel some of the biggest IP owners in the world to the intersection of attention and culture… NFTs. 

Culture is our key and Empathy is how we build it. VaynerX is build on a combination of diverse backgrounds collaborating to put forward innovative, creative and strategic solutions to the one advantage that stands the test of time --- PEOPLE.

Who are you?

An NFT enthusiast and ultimate team player who will create value in any situation. You understand creative problem solving and will be excited to create an engaging story in the world of NFTs. You have a passion for design and a hunger to learn how to create pieces that drive engagement and extend brand experiences. However, you also understand that good ideas can come from anywhere and are open-minded when working with teammates. You'll be working exclusively within the digital realm, and the portfolio you submit should reflect this, but we also love seeing your overall solutions and ideas.

Our Senior Copywriters are great writers who do more than just writing. As one, you’ll wear a few different hats, such as:

  • Hat 1: Writer - You. Must. Love. Words (and have the ability to string them together).
  • Hat 2: Thinker - You know the internet of things, you’re curious about culture, you understand generations X, Y and Z and you keep these insights in your arsenal for incoming briefs. 
  • Hat 3: Creator - You are a maker. Your main focus is craft and creation, at a high speed and volume.
  • Hat 4: Collaborator - You enjoy collaborating with a (super cool, super fun, super energetic, super diverse) team. You are a leader of yourself and others. 
  • Hat 5 : NFT expert extraordinaire

The ideal candidate has:

  • A deep passion for NFTs, Cryptocurrency, Metaverse
  • Has a demonstrable passion for making creative content on a spectrum of media platforms - social, streaming, AR, music, film, interactive, etc. 
  • 5 to 7 years of experience copywriting, developing, and creating for digital & social. 
  • Ability to proofread and self-edit copy to produce error-free content that adheres to brand’s style
  • Strong skill set in conceptualising, brainstorming, writing, and collaboration to create strategically focused campaigns.
  • The ability to understand, absorb, and execute on constructive criticism.
  • A strong aptitude for time management, organisation, and communication.
  • Highly creative, weird-thinking, and witty.
  • You must be already writing a better job description than this one.

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