Mid-Weight Motion Designer/Animator - Studio Zoo
Tue, 08 Aug 2017 09:52
You feed off deadlines. You love em.
They get you going. You eat them up like bowls of Shredded Wheaties. And you know what? Youve also got the tech skills, the eye to spot a single pixel out of place, and the mental faculties to turn grey into blue with nothing but the power of your mind. Hey, youre a designer/animator. Thats what you do. And youre damn good at it.
Sound like you? Good. Then it sounds like you should be with us.
When it comes to world-class promo production for only the biggest broadcast and entertainment brands, Studio Zoo says a big, fat NO to NORMAL (seriously, its right there in our tagline). Thats why were scoping out for a massively talented, detail-obsessed and creatively outstanding motion graphics designer to join our family of go-getters. You up for it? Excellent. Tick all the boxes below and hey, you could be The One.
We are currently looking for a talented mid-weight motion graphics animator/designer to join our team at Studio Zoo.
Please submit a portfolio that shows the very best of your thinking and execution abilities. If your work is not credited, be sure to include a brief description of your involvement with each project.
You must be able to demonstrate an exceptional command of the production process from concept to delivery.
You need to display strong conceptual, storytelling and presentation capabilities. Your conceptual and production skills allow you to inspire your peers.
2 - 3 years motion graphics design experience.
Digital tools should include some combination of Photoshop, After Effects, Cinema 4D or any other 3D package any other tools a plus.
Expertise in general compositing principles
Confident in the visual exploration of concepts
Creative and design oriented, excellent communicator, good with teamwork
Self-motivated problem solver
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of submissions, we are not able to reply to each individual applicant. You will be contacted if you have been selected for an interview. If you are not contacted within a month, please consider your application unsuccessful.