Disney is searching for an NFT expert to help with its plans to get into the market. The job of a tokenized content distributed ledger architect will include researching and evaluating potential uses for the technology, determining how it may be best used in various industries, developing distribution strategies, identifying and securing revenue opportunities, and maintaining relationships within the sector.

The house of mouse is taking one step further in its area of expertise by looking for a manager of business development who will be the go-to person for non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Posting at job portal Glassdoor, Disney seeks an employee who will work with its Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International division to lead "Disney’s efforts in the NFT space including [monitoring] [the] evolving marketplace, [setting] [a] category strategy and managing key partners.”

The candidate will "help establish Disney's NFT strategy, manage key relationships, perform market research to identify new opportunities, develop distribution strategies and secure revenue opportunities."

Job responsibilities also include identifying how the technology can be best used across various industries. Furthermore, the successful applicant will need to work with internal stakeholders across multiple divisions while developing a strategy for integrating NFTs into Disney's direct-to-consumer business.

This includes evaluating potential uses for the technology, determining how it may be best used in various industries, developing distribution strategies, identifying and securing revenue opportunities, and maintaining relationships within the sector.

Candidates must have at least five years of experience in licensing or business development and a “passion for digital and NFT categories.

At Disney, you may pursue a second job as a director of sales and digital marketing, a culture trend marketing manager, or an ESPN business development and innovation internship.“When you think about all of the copyright and trademark issues, characters Disney owns, and NFT possibilities, they're really fascinating,” former Disney CEO Bob Iger told journalist Kara Fisher in a recent The New York Times Sway podcast.